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15 amps to watts
Posted by Anonymous on
You cannot convert from amps to watts.
The Ampere is a unit of current intensity while the watt is a unit of power.
They can be related through the Joule effect law in a resistor
A resistor of resistance R that carries a current intensity I dissipates a power P=R*I^2=(R*I)*I=U*I where U is the potential difference across the resistor.
1 Watt = 1 Ohm *(1 A)^2
1 Watt = 1 Volt* 1 Ampere
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