What is stronger 9 amp or 12 amps?
12 amp is stronger than 9 amp by 12/9
You cannot compare these two totally different things. As far as amperage the charger puts out more amps if it is an auto battery charger and also puts out 12 volts. If you are talking about a 9 volt battery charger then the battery may or may not be more powerful, it depends on how many mii-amps the charger is putting out.
Yes because the total load is only 18 amps. It would be more usual to allow three 9-amp circuits on a 20-amp breaker because the total current would probably not exceed 20 amps at any one time.
#14 copper wire is rated for 15 amps.
Your question is similar to: "Is an apple more powerful than an orange?" You are comparing two different parameters. Electric Power = Volts multiplied by Amperes = Volt-Amps. To know which drill is more powerful, you need to compare the Volt-Amps of each drill with the other one. If the battery voltage is the same for both drills (it probably is not), then the one with the highest motor current rating SHOULD be the most… Read More
1 Amp = 1 Coulomb/sec 3 Amps = 3 Coulomb/sec Time = (9 coul) / (3 coul/sec) = 3 seconds
It depends. To get the Amps a 3 Watt bulb uses, divide the Watts by the Voltage. Current (in Amps) = Watts/Voltage. A 3 watt bulb operating on 3 volts would use 3/3 or 1 amp. A 3 watt bulb operating on 9 volts would use 3/9 or one third of a amp. A 3 watt bulb operating on 120 volts would use 3/120 or 0.025 amps or twenty five thousandths of an amp. A… Read More
At a specific voltage the higher the amperage the higher the rated horsepower of the motor. You will see the amperage rating used when manufactures sell hand tools. A saw that draws 12 amps, it is stated, is better than the saw that draws 9 amps. As the question stands a comparison can not be made between voltage and amps.
Will a 2600watt amp and a 1500watt amp run 2 300watt 6by 9 2 1000watt 6by 9 2 1500watt subs and a 1000watt sub?
yes and with a machine shop some pulleys and belts perhaps you can mount 5 extra 80A alternators to power the amps
The equation V/R=A (where V=voltage-volts, R=Resistance-ohms, and A=Amperes-amp) can be used to figure the amps at a certain voltage and resistance. If You short circuit a 9 volt battery (cross the two terminals) with a paperclip, then the voltage will be 9 volts and the resistance will be in the range of .1 ohms.
A standard home outlet in North America is 15 amps protecting a #14 copper conductor. The circuit should only be loaded to 80% of the circuits capacity. Watts = Amps x Volts = 15 x 120 = 1800. 1800 x .80 = 1440. As you can see a standard outlet does not meet the requirements, with or without the de-rate factor, that the sauna manufacturer recommends. The amperage that the sauna needs is, Amps =… Read More
Batteries are normally specified in ampere hours. A 12 v battery could be specified as 14 A-h or 14 ampere-hours, which means 14 amps for 1 hour, or 1.4 amps for 10 hours. In other words it produces less current for a longer time. A 9 watt bulb takes ¾ amp in theory, so it should last 14/¾ hours on that battery, that is 14 x 4 / 3 hours, 18 hours. Or two of… Read More
curcuit breakers have a set limit to the amount of amps they can allow before popping. Many household breakers are either 15 amp, or 30 amp. A hairdryer is a high draw item, 9 -13 amps. If the plug you are using is on a 15 amp breaker, and that feed wire is doing more than one function, adding the hairdryer could add enough draw to overload the curcuit.
Yes but only up to a load torque of 8/9 of the rated torque.
You have Sam sung make 1.5 ton Ac Hown much amp should it require to run smoothly your AC indicates 12 amp consumption is it perfect or excess?
i have samsung 1.5 split sc...n it consume 9 to 10 amp...so i guess its normal 12 amp ...
You could use a range of 0-1 amp or 0-10 amps. 90 ma. = 0.09 amp, so on a 0-1 amp scale, it would read 9 full division up-scale, or on a 0-10 amp scale, it would read 0.9 division up.
It varies from one 9 volt battery model to another. The typical Alkaline 9 volt battery you find in many toys and smoke detectors has 565 mAh (Milliampere Hours) of power. A Zinc Carbon model has 400 mAh. A Lithium has 1200 mAh. There are 1,000 mili amps in 1 amp.
set your voltage first to around 4-6v for rotary 8-9 for regular guns and thenadjustthe amps until the gun sounds right.
The question should be how many amp-hours in a battery. In a small batt. like a 9V, this is measured in milli-amp hours (mAh), with 0.5 amp hours equaling 500 mAh. This means the battery could power a 0.5 amp load for 1 hour. Data I have seen shows the best alkaline 9V being between .3 and .5 amp-hour (300 to 500 mAh).
15 amps x120 volts =1800 watts. NEC requires you not exceed 60% of the load. Therefore 1800 x .60 =1080. 1080 watts divided by 120 volts = 9. You can safely install 9 outlets on each 15 amp circuit but no more. This is assuming only those 9 outlets will be on the circuit and no lights.
In a simple series circuit where you have a 9V supply connected to a negative terminal with about 2 amps of current flowing you have a resistor of 100 ohms in between the 9V supply and 0V?
If a 9V supply is connected to a 100-ohm resistor, then the current is not 2 Amps, or even close to it. I = E/R = 9/100 = 0.09 amp.
Ohm's Law: Voltage = Amperes times Resistance 9 volts = amps * 10 ohms amps = .9
Up to 12 on a 20 amp circuit. Up to 9 on a 15 amp circuit. But use common sense. If the circuit will be heavily loaded, as in a home office, then do not install that many.
What should you do so that sound will come out of the amp and what should the volume be on the amp and guitar?
You need to plug the Amps power cord into the wall (or multi-box) and you will need to flick the power switch. The guitar lead will need to be plugged into the input (little round hole in front of guitar amp), and into the guitar. As to the volume, it is up to personal preference. If you want it loud, turn it up loud. I like to set my guitar volume to 8 or 9… Read More
no, if you charge 9 volt battery with 12 volt battery you will destroy 9 volt battery
fuse number 1 is 10 amp fuse 2 is 25 amp fuse 3is 25 amp fuse 4 is a spare fuse 5 is 10 amp fuse 6 is a spare fuse 7 is 20 amp fuse 8 is 25 amp fuse 9 is 20 amp fuse 10 is 5 amp fuse 11 is 5 amp fuse 12 is a spare fuse 13 is 5 amp fuse 14 is 15 amp
110 volt heater on 220 volts The load is a resistive load and as such it is governed by Ohm's law. Current is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance. As the voltage goes up so does the current. An example, I = W/E, 1000 watt heater at 110 volts = 9 amps. R = E/I = 110/9 = 12 ohms of resistance in the 1000 watt heater. Now take the… Read More
The formula "P=I * E" where P is Power (Watts), I is Inductance (Amps) and E is Electromotive force (Volts) So in your example I (Amps) = 6 divided by 9, which is 2/3 or 0.666666.... amps. Frager
The maximum amperage that is allowed is of course 30 amps. The wattage or killowatt of the generator is based on what the generated voltage is and whether the generator is single phase or three phase. An example for a single phase generator at 240 volts. Use the equation Killowatts = Amps x Volts x PF/1000. PF = power factor, use .9 for calculation purposes. Kw = 30 x 240 x .9/1000 = 6480/1000 =… Read More
9 amps would be the answer.
Depends on the size wire used in the circuit. If you wired the circuit with AWG #12 wire on a 20 amp breaker then you can install no more than 12 outlets. If you wired it with AWG #14 wire on a 15 amp breaker then install no more than 9 outlets. This is assuming only outlets are on the circuit and nothing else.
it needs approximate 8-9 amp current to charge.
That will draw about 9 amps at 120V. A 15 amp breaker if the circuit conductor is #14 or 20 amp breaker if the circuit conductor is #12. <><><> As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed. Before you do any work yourself, on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances, always use a test… Read More
If an ammeter reads up to 1 ampere and its internal resistence is 0.81 ohms what value of shunt resistance is required to increase the range to 10 A?
Pull up a chair. An ammeter with an internal resistance of 0.81 ohms has a max current of 1 amp. We want to increase its range to 10 amps with a shunt resistance. Now focus on this. The shunt will be connected in parallel with the meter. (It's a shunt resistor, so that's what that means.) The max the meter can carry is 1 amp, so the shunt, which is in parallel with the meter… Read More
my sharp 600 watt microwave uses 9 amps.
A fuse is a safety device designed to prevent excessive electrical current from damaging electrical devices. If the current in a circuit exceeds a predetermined value, a metal strip inside the fuse will melt and break the circuit. Fuses are used to protect equipment or cables. The fuse is chosen to be the weakest link so that it will fail before anything else is damaged. For example, if you have a cable capable of safely… Read More
Watts = Amps x Volts. 240 x 9 = 2160.
Stevie used Fender amps, amps created by Charlie Dumble, a Texas amp builder, and played Fender Strats. He called his recording studio amp setup 'the wall of doom' because there were so many different amps, and he kept his amp tech busy , as he stated, cause there wasn't a day that went by that he didn't have one blow up. His legendary sound also was created by his noted use of heavy gauge strings… Read More
ANSWER: I will assume the chainsaw is running off 115 volts and is single phase. The formula for this is: HP = VOLTS x Amps x Efficiency x Power Factor / 746 Lets say a single phase 115 volt AC Motor (the chainsaw) has an efficiency rating of 92%, and a power-factor of 80% (because it's inductive). Determine the horsepower if the amp load is 9 amps. HP = 115 x 9 x 0.92 x… Read More
Under the hood on your right side is a black box ( Power Distribution Centre PDC) on the front panel situated next to the washer/ radiator bottles. Unclip the lid and flip the lid over and there will be a fuse diagram. Also in the glove box is another fuse panel. The following list is taken from the Addendum for the 1996 Dodge Ram Van Owners Manual No 1 Red 10 amp - Airbag No… Read More
there are 10 floors in amp plains and 9 floors in far amp plains. in the 10th floor of far amp plains, you battle a boss! (i'm not saying who!)
The power required to run a basic computer will be 1.35 amps for startup and .7 to .9 amps continuous. The power requirements to run an 17" monitor will be 3.5 amps startup and 1.5 amps continuous.
Ceiling fans use between .5 - .9 amps to operate, depending on the make and model.
fuse panel jeep tj wrangler. #1 20 amp/park lights. #2 20 amp/stop lights. #3 10 amp/panel lights. #4 10 amp/door switch defeat. #5 10 amp/air bag. #6 20 amp/rear wiper. #7 10 amp/back up lights/rear window defrost/abs. #8 10 amp/hevac. #9 10 amp/air bag. #10 10 amp/instrument cluster. #11 10 amp/solenoids,DRL. #12 10 amp/power distribution relays,skim. #13 10 amp/turn signals. #14 20 amp/front wiper. #15 10 amp/radio. #16 /open. #17 10 amp/HBL switch. #18 15… Read More
7 on a 15 amp circuit and 9 on a 20 amp circuit.
The 12 volt power point has a 25 amp fuse in location # 9 ( I'm not sure if I'm interpreting your question correctly )
You cannot "convert" 9 amps in watts. Amps are a unit of electric current, and watts are a unit of electric power. Power is given by P = IV where P is power, I is current and V is voltage. To determine the power (or wattage) you must know both the current and voltage.
yes. voltage is the amount of electricity that comes out at any given time. amps is the amount of electricity the batery can store. a regular 9v battery can keep your alarm clock on for months. this only containes mA though. that is 1/1000th of an amp. if you had a 9 volt battery that had 10 full amps it would be significantly bigger, but could most likely keep your alarm clock runing for many… Read More
What is the formula for finding out how many amps is required to achieve the full 100 watt output from a 9 volt bulb?
The formula is volts times amps equals watts, or watts divided by volts equals amps.
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Will a charger adaptor of 9 volts 2.2 amps output harm a netbook that came with an adaptor of 9 volts 1.5 amp output?
It might. You need to contact the manufacturer of the netbook and see what adapters are certified for it. On the surface, it might seem that the adapter of 2.2 amps output could easily run a load of 1.5 amps. That is quite true, but the bigger question is "does the larger adapter correctly handle the charge/discharge characteristic of the battery. It is possible to damage the battery by overcharging it, so this is not… Read More