Watts To Amps Calculator
Watts to Amps Formula
DC Watts to Amps Calculation
I(A) = P(W) / V(V)
The I (current) in A (amps) is equal to the P (power) in W (watts), divided by the V (voltage) in V (volts).
AC single phase watts to amps calculation
I(A) = P(W) / (PF × V(V))
The phase I (current) in A (amps) is equal to the P (power) in W (watts), divided by the power factor PF times the RMS V (voltage) in V (volts).
AC three phase watts to amps calculation
I(A) = P(W) / (√3 × PF × VL-L(V) )
The phase I (current) in A (amps) is equal to the P (power) in W (watts), divided by square root of 3 times the power factor PF times the line to line RMS voltage VL-L in V (volts).
Amps measure the flow of electricity as an electric current. Specifically, it measures the amount of electrons that flow past a certain point per second.
Volts are the measurement used to determine how much force is needed to cause the electric current to flow.
Amps and volts combine to create watts, a measurement of the amount of energy being released. The higher the wattage is, the more power and output from the appliance.
AC and DC power systems
The labels ‘AC’ and ‘DC’ are used to illustrate the types of current flow in a circuit. For direct current (DC) the electric current flows only in one direction. Alternating current describes the flow of charge that changes direction periodically. As a result, the voltage level also reverses along with the current.
Watts To Amps Calculator
|Select Current Type||Power in Watts (W)||Voltage in Volts (V)||Current (A)|
|DC||5 watts to amps||100||0.05|
|DC||12 watts to amps||110||0.10909|
|DC||18 watts to amps||120||0.15|
|DC||20 watts to amps||130||0.15384|
|DC||24 watts to amps||140||0.17142|
|DC||40 watts to amps||150||0.26666|
|DC||50 watts to amps||160||0.3125|
|DC||60 watts to amps||170||0.35294|
|DC||80 watts to amps||180||0.44444|
|DC||90 watts to amps||190||0.47368|
Watts To Amps Conversion
|Select Current Type AC||Power in Watts (W)||Voltage in Volts (V)||Power Factor (Cosθ)||Current (A)|
|Single phase||100 watts to amps||100||0.12||8.33333|
|Single phase||120 watts to amps||110||0.12||9.0909|
|Single phase||150 watts to amps||120||0.12||10.4166|
|Single phase||180 watts to amps||130||0.12||11.5384|
|Single phase||240 watts to amps||140||0.12||14.2857|
|Single phase||250 watts to amps||150||0.12||13.8888|
|Single phase||350 watts to amps||160||0.12||18.2291|
|Single phase||700 watts to amps||170||0.12||34.3137|
|Select Current Type AC||Power in Watts (W)||Voltage type||Voltage in Volts (V)||Power Factor (Cosθ)||Current (A)|
|Three phase||1300 watts to amps||Line to line||100||0.23||32.6328|
|Three phase||1400 watts to amps||Line to line||110||0.23||31.9482|
|Three phase||1800 watts to amps||Line to line||120||0.23||37.6532|
|Three phase||1875 watts to amps||Line to line||130||0.23||36.205|
|Three phase||2200 watts to amps||Line to line||140||0.23||39.4463|
|Three phase||2400 watts to amps||Line to neutral||150||0.5||10.6666|
|Three phase||4500 watts to amps||Line to neutral||160||0.5||18.75|
|Three phase||5500 watts to amps||Line to neutral||170||0.5||21.5686|
|Three phase||6500 watts to amps||Line to neutral||180||0.5||24.074|
|Three phase||7500 watts to amps||Line to neutral||190||0.5||26.3157|