With this very simple online converter you can convert Amps to Watts and vice versa.

Theory and formulas for conversion - see bottom on this page.

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**Quick response for 12V:**

1 Ampere = 12 Watt

1 Watt = 0.083333 Ampere

**Quick response for 120V:**

1 Ampere = 120 Watt

1 Watt = 0.008333 Ampere

**Quick response for 230V:**

1 Ampere = 230 Watt

1 Watt = 0.004348 Ampere

With this online calculator, you can convert amps to watt. This is a simple program for converting watt to amps.

Use this calculators to learn how to convert between watts and amperes. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units. This calculation for DC conversion. For AC circuits with inductive or capacitive reactance use other calculator.

## How convert Watts to Amps and vice versa?

Use the following formulas to calculate:

1) Power = Electric potential * Electric current

2) Electric current = Power / Electric potential

3) Electric potential = Power / Electric current

__Legend:__

W - Watt (power)

A - Amperes (electric current)

V - Volt (electric potential or voltage)

The watt (W) is a unit of power. In the International System of Units (SI) it is defined as a derived unit of 1 joule per second, and is used to quantify the rate of energy transfer.

The ampere (A or amp) is the base unit of electric current in the International System of Units (SI).

The volt (V) is the derived unit for electric potential, electric potential difference (voltage), and electromotive force.

## Table of conversion Ampere to Watt for 110 V

Below is a table for converting A to W and W to A.

0.1 A = 11 W | 0.2 A = 22 W |

0.3 A = 33 W | 0.4 A = 44 W |

0.5 A = 55 W | 0.6 A = 66 W |

0.7 A = 77 W | 0.8 A = 88 W |

0.9 A = 99 W | 1.0 A = 110 W |

1.1 A = 121 W | 1.2 A = 132 W |

1.3 A = 143 W | 1.4 A = 154 W |

1.5 A = 165 W | 1.6 A = 176 W |

1.7 A = 187 W | 1.8 A = 198 W |

1.9 A = 209 W | 2.0 A = 220 W |

3 A = 330 W | 4 A = 440 W |

5 A = 550 W | 6 A = 660 W |

7 A = 770 W | 8 A = 880 W |

9 A = 990 W | 10 A = 1100 W |

20 A = 2200 W | 30 A = 3300 W |

40 A = 4400 W | 50 A = 5500 W |

60 A = 6600 W | 70 A = 7700 W |

80 A = 8800 W | 90 A = 9900 W |

100 A = 11000 W | 150 A = 16500 W |

200 A = 22000 W | 250 A = 27500 W |

500 A = 55000 W | 1000 A = 110000 W |

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