The equation to determine power is:

Volts x Amps = Watts

In order to accurately determine how many watts we get in 10 amps we also need the voltage. Lets look at a few examples:

At 120 volts the equation would be:

120 volts x 10 amps = 1,200 watts.

Using a 12 volt battery the equation would be:

12 volts x 10 amps = 120 watts.

Therefore depending on how many volts we have will determine how many watts are in 10 amps.

Thank you for your question.

To calculate this you need further info, for instance the voltage.

once you have the voltage it would be easy to calculate, for example P (power)= V (volts) x I(amps)

so if the voltage was 120v and there was 10amps the power (watts) would be 1200watts or 1.2kw

there are of course other ways to calculate if you knew the resistance for example.

hope this helps.

To calculate how many watt in 10Amp is simply you can do it by multiply the voltage of equipment required( you can check the label info in your equipment)

example for common voltage in worldwide is, 12V,120V,220V,240V. so

P(power in watt)=I(rating in Amp) x V (voltage)

so your answer will be ( depend on Voltage selection)

120Watt, 1200Watt, 2200watt and 2400watt

Like others have said without the voltage or resistance we can't know the answer to this question but assuming these voltage, with 10 amps you will have :

5 volts = 50 watts

12 volts = 120 watts

120 volts = 1200 watts

240 volts = 2400 watts

600 volts = 6000 watts

As P (watts) is equal to I (voltage) times E (amperage) (P=I x E), your question is impossible to answer as you have not specified a voltage.

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