Joule (J) is the unit of energy that is used by the International Standard of Units (SI). It is defined as the amount of work done by the force of one Newton acting on an object that moves over a distance of one meter. It is additionally the energy dissipated as heat when an electrical current of 1 ampere passes through a resistance of 1 ohm for one second.

It is defined as a derived unit of 1 joule per second and is used to quantify the rate of energy transfer. Watts is a combination of amps and volts. Watts is a measurement of the amount of energy being released. The higher the wattage, the more the power and output from the appliance.

It is a simple online calculator which converts joules to watts. You have to follow certain steps to carry out calculations.

1) Enter the energy in Joules.

2) Enter Time in Seconds.

3) Click on the calculate tab for the result.

4) For further calculation, click on reset.

For more details, check out the video at the end.

**Mathematical Representation:**

The power (P) in watts (W) is the energy (E) in joules (J), divided by the time t in seconds (s):

P(W) = E(J) / t(s)

So,

watt = joule / second

or

W = J / s

Energy in Joules (J) |
Time in seconds |
Power in watts (W) |

1 joule to watt | 10 | 0.1 |

10 joules to watts | 15 | 0.66 |

60 joules to watts | 20 | 3 |

100 joules to watts | 25 | 4 |

150 joules to watts | 30 | 5 |

200 joules to watts | 35 | 5.71 |

300 joules to watts | 40 | 7.5 |

600 joules to watts | 45 | 13.33 |

1000 joules to watts | 50 | 20 |

1500 joules to watts | 55 | 27.27 |

1800 joules to watts | 60 | 30 |