What is the Unit of measure and electrical power?
The Watt is the SI unit of power. Current xVoltage =Watts
A unit is not used to measure power, but energy. A unit is used by British electrical companies to measure energy consumption, and is short for 'Board of Trade Unit'. A unit is equivalent to a kilowatt hour. A watt, on the hand, is used to measure power, not energy -so you cannot relate a unit to a watt.
Electrical power sensors are used to measure characteristics of electric power such as voltage, current, power, and potential degradation of insulation due to age. For AC circuits, an electric power sensor can also be used to measure power quality. Some electrical power sensors are incorporated into transformers or other components of the power distribution grid. Others are added to existing systems. Typically, these electrical power sensors measure one or more physical characteristics and convert them…