12watts= 12 volts= 1 amp

1 watt= 1/12 amp

1 watt= 1/12 amp

12watts= 12 volts= 1 amp

1 watt= 1/12 amp

1 watt= 1/12 amp

Watts = Volts X Amps

Therefore -

Amps = Watts / Volts

- this formula is known as "Watts law".

Your question asks how many "amps on one watt" without stating either of the other two variables (Amps or Volts) - and the answer is, "You don't know." - - -

Now - if we ASSUME 120 volts AC which is common household residential voltage in North America - then 1 watt equals .0083 amps or 8.3 milliamps (at 120 volts AC)

BUT - maybe you're thinking about something in your automobile which is run on 12 volts DC - - and in that case, 1 watt equals .083 amps or 83 milliamps . . . .

Therefore -

Amps = Watts / Volts

- this formula is known as "Watts law".

Your question asks how many "amps on one watt" without stating either of the other two variables (Amps or Volts) - and the answer is, "You don't know." - - -

Now - if we ASSUME 120 volts AC which is common household residential voltage in North America - then 1 watt equals .0083 amps or 8.3 milliamps (at 120 volts AC)

BUT - maybe you're thinking about something in your automobile which is run on 12 volts DC - - and in that case, 1 watt equals .083 amps or 83 milliamps . . . .

For example **12** watts/**12** volts = 1 amp.

Converting Amps to Watts.

The conversion of Amps to Watts at fixed voltage is governed by the equation Watts = Amps x Volts.

For example 1 amp * **110** volts = **110** watts.

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