The watt is a unit of power. It is a Newton meter per second, or can be given as a joule per second. We often encounter it in electrical calculations, and it is the unit of power for applications there. The formula for power is given here:
P = I x E
In this expression, the power (P) in watts is equal to the current (I) in amps (or amperes, if you prefer) times the voltage (E) in volts.
The simplest example of a watt would be the amount of power that you would have if you had one volt at one amp of current. Or, to put it another way, 1 volt X 1 Amp=1 Watt. To go further, 12 volts at 1 amp equals 12 watts. This is for direct current measurement.
For AC voltage, it varies in that you would multiply the volts by .707 (AC RMS voltage), then multiply by the amps to get your watts total.
a watt is a electric charge
around 21,000 average 100 watt bulb is around 1400 lumens. That's 14 lumens per watt. 14X1,500 = 21,000
A 50 watt bulb designed to run on 12 volts takes 4.17 amps. A 50 watt bulb designed to run on 230 volts takes 0.217 amps.
Current (Amps) = Power (Watt)/Voltage (V) Therefore a 4500W heating element will draw 18.75A = 4500W/240V
1 centigrade heat unit (International Table) = 0.52752793 watthour
there is one Giga Giga watt in one Exa watt. So one Exa watt = one Giga Giga watt or 109 Giga watt or one Exa watt = 1018 watt and one Giga watt = 109 watt then one Exa watt = 109 Giga watt or one Exa watt = one billion Giga watt = one thousand million Giga watt
James Watt discovered watt.
What is a homonym of watt.
not gega watt ,it is gaga watt , you have to start from 1 watt 1000 watt = 1 k watt 1000 000 = 1 mega watt 1000 000 000 = 1 gaga watt example : your home need 5 k watt = 5000 watt , but this mega watt or gaga watt amount generated from huge turbine s ,to feeding cites needs in electricity demand .
Yes, Annabeth Watt or Mrs. Watt
James Watt had 4 kids.They are Janet Watt , James Watt Junior , Gregory Watt and Margaret Watt.
1000 kilowatts for 1 mega watt
No, you can not use a lower watt charger for a high watt or else the charge wont work
no a watt is a measurement of electricity
Neither. The word "watt" is named after the scientist, J. Watt.