You will need

- calculator

Instruction

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To put

Watt - 1

Kilo

Megawatt - 0,000001

Joules per second - 1

Horsepower 0,00134

Metric horsepower 0,00136

Electric horsepower 0,00134

Boiler horsepower 0,000102

Foot-pound per minute - a 44.25

Foot-pound per second - 0,74

dBm - 30

Calories per hour - 859,85

Kilocalories per hour is 0.86

British thermal unit per second - 0,000948

British thermal unit per hour is 3.41

A ton of refrigeration is 0,000284

**watts**in the appropriate units, use the following table.One Watt corresponds to:Millie**watts**- 1000Watt - 1

Kilo

**watts**- 0,001Megawatt - 0,000001

Joules per second - 1

Horsepower 0,00134

Metric horsepower 0,00136

Electric horsepower 0,00134

Boiler horsepower 0,000102

Foot-pound per minute - a 44.25

Foot-pound per second - 0,74

dBm - 30

Calories per hour - 859,85

Kilocalories per hour is 0.86

British thermal unit per second - 0,000948

British thermal unit per hour is 3.41

A ton of refrigeration is 0,000284

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To translate the power, specified in watts, a different unit of measure, simply multiply the given number by that factor. For example, if the engine power output is 100,000 watts, the "horsepower" it would be: 134 HP

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If You were asked to convert

P – power

U – voltage,

I – current,get a simple formula: I=P/220.

That is, in order to calculate the current (in amperes) must be able to withstand your mains when you connect a new device, share in his power (in watts) at 220.

**watts**to amps, you should not accuse his interlocutor of incompetence and inadequacy. Specify the conditions in which you use the appliance. If the device is connected to a household electrical outlet is screwed into electroputere, or in some other way connected to a conventional power supply, then most likely, you use a voltage of 220 Volts AC. Given that the voltage, current and power are interrelated by the formula P=UI, whereP – power

U – voltage,

I – current,get a simple formula: I=P/220.

That is, in order to calculate the current (in amperes) must be able to withstand your mains when you connect a new device, share in his power (in watts) at 220.

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Similarly, you can transfer

Even easier to translate

**watts**to amps for any appliance, if you know the voltage supply.Even easier to translate

**watts**, using numerous programs-converters or online services, such as http://www.convertworld.com/ru/moshhnost/Ватт.html