# Amps to Watts Electrical Conversion Calculator

Enter the current and voltage to convert amps to watts for DC and AC single and three phase circuits.

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## How to Convert Amps to Watts

Converting amps to watts can be done using the power formula, which states that I = P ÷ E, where P is power measured in watts, I is current measured in amps, and E is voltage measured in volts.

Using a little algebra it’s possible express the amps to watts formula as:

P(W) = I(A) × V(V)

Thus, the power P in watts is equal to the current I in amps multiplied by the voltage V in volts. For example, find the wattage of 8 amps at 120 volts

power = current × voltage
power = 8A × 120V
power = 960W

## Single-Phase AC Circuit Amps to Watts Conversion

Converting amps to watts for a single-phase AC circuit with power factor requires a slight variation of the formula.

P(W) = I(A) × V(V) × PF

The power P in watts is equal to the current I in amps multiplied by the voltage V in volts multiplied by the power factor PF. We suggest using a power factor calculator to find the PF value.

## Three-Phase AC Circuit Amps to Watts Conversion

### Using Line to Line Voltage

For three-phase AC circuits where the line to line voltage is known, the formula to convert amps to watts is:

P(W) = I(A) × V(V) × PF × √3

The power P in watts is equal to the current I in amps multiplied by the voltage V in volts multiplied by the power factor PF multiplied by the square root of 3.

### Using Line to Neutral Voltage

For three-phase AC circuits where the line to neutral voltage is known, the formula to convert amps to watts is:

P(W) = I(A) × V(V) × PF × 3

The power P in watts is equal to the current I in amps multiplied by the voltage V in volts multiplied by the power factor PF multiplied by 3.

## How to Convert Amps and Ohms to Watts

You can also convert amps to watts using circuit resistance with this formula:

P(W) = I(A)2 × R(Ω)

The power P in watts is equal to the current I in amps squared multiplied by the resistance R in ohms.

Since 1 kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts, it is possible to use the formulas above to also convert amps to kW, but the result will need to be divided by 1,000. You can also use our amps to kW calculator to solve for kilowatts.

## Equivalent Amps and Watts at 120V AC

Equivalent ampere and watt values at 120 volts.
Current Power Voltage
1 Amps 120 Watts 120 Volts
2 Amps 240 Watts 120 Volts
3 Amps 360 Watts 120 Volts
4 Amps 480 Watts 120 Volts
5 Amps 600 Watts 120 Volts
6 Amps 720 Watts 120 Volts
7 Amps 840 Watts 120 Volts
8 Amps 960 Watts 120 Volts
9 Amps 1,080 Watts 120 Volts
10 Amps 1,200 Watts 120 Volts
11 Amps 1,320 Watts 120 Volts
12 Amps 1,440 Watts 120 Volts
13 Amps 1,560 Watts 120 Volts
14 Amps 1,680 Watts 120 Volts
15 Amps 1,800 Watts 120 Volts
20 Amps 2,400 Watts 120 Volts
25 Amps 3,000 Watts 120 Volts
30 Amps 3,600 Watts 120 Volts
35 Amps 4,200 Watts 120 Volts
40 Amps 4,800 Watts 120 Volts
45 Amps 5,400 Watts 120 Volts
50 Amps 6,000 Watts 120 Volts
60 Amps 7,200 Watts 120 Volts
70 Amps 8,400 Watts 120 Volts
80 Amps 9,600 Watts 120 Volts
90 Amps 10,800 Watts 120 Volts
100 Amps 12,000 Watts 120 Volts

## Equivalent Amps and Watts at 12V AC

Equivalent ampere and watt values at 12 volts.
Current Power Voltage
1 Amps 12 Watts 12 Volts
2 Amps 24 Watts 12 Volts
3 Amps 36 Watts 12 Volts
4 Amps 48 Watts 12 Volts
5 Amps 60 Watts 12 Volts
6 Amps 72 Watts 12 Volts
7 Amps 84 Watts 12 Volts
8 Amps 96 Watts 12 Volts
9 Amps 108 Watts 12 Volts
10 Amps 120 Watts 12 Volts
11 Amps 132 Watts 12 Volts
12 Amps 144 Watts 12 Volts
13 Amps 156 Watts 12 Volts
14 Amps 168 Watts 12 Volts
15 Amps 180 Watts 12 Volts
20 Amps 240 Watts 12 Volts
25 Amps 300 Watts 12 Volts
30 Amps 360 Watts 12 Volts
35 Amps 420 Watts 12 Volts
40 Amps 480 Watts 12 Volts
45 Amps 540 Watts 12 Volts
50 Amps 600 Watts 12 Volts
60 Amps 720 Watts 12 Volts
70 Amps 840 Watts 12 Volts
80 Amps 960 Watts 12 Volts
90 Amps 1,080 Watts 12 Volts
100 Amps 1,200 Watts 12 Volts