To convert 100 amps to watts, you’ll need to know the voltage (V) at which the current is flowing because power (in watts) is calculated using the formula given below:
Power (Watts) = Voltage (Volts) x Current (Amperes)
So, if you have 100 amps of current and know the voltage, plug it into the formula to find the power in watts.
Q. If the voltage is 120 volts
Ans. Power (Watts) = 120 Volts x 100 Amperes = 12,000 Watts
So, 100 amps at 120 volts is equal to 12,000 watts of power.
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