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Difference between Volt, Watt and Ampere

Question by Guest | 29/09/2018 at 15:01

Can anyone explain the difference between watt, voltage and amp?

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All three terms are related to electricity. Depending on what you want to measure you take one or them. Each are units in which a certain amount of electricity is measured.

  • Ampere is the intensity/strength of current (I)
  • Watt is the power of current (P)
  • Volt is the electric tension (U)

In the end, however, all values are interdependent.

The general formula is:

\[P=U*I\]

Power = Voltage x Strength
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