How do you convert joules to amps?
Joule/second to Volt Ampere Conversion Table.
|Joule/second [J/s]||Volt Ampere [V*A]|
|0.1 J/s||0.1 V*A|
|1 J/s||1 V*A|
|2 J/s||2 V*A|
|3 J/s||3 V*A|
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Herein, how many amps are in a Joule?
100 x 7.2 x 3.6 = 2592 Joules of energy. As we saw above, since a mAh is 1/1000 of an Ah, to convert Ah (amp hours) to Joules just use 1000 x 3.6 = 3600 as the conversion factor instead of 3.6.
One may also ask, are Joules and amps the same? These are units for different things. Amps (amperes) are a unit of current which is the rate at which charge flows. Joules are a unit of work or energy. Watts are a unit of power which is the rate at which energy is generated or consumed.
In this way, how do joules relate to amps?
So to work out the total rate of energy conversion in a circuit or appliance you have to multiply Amps drawn by Volts supplied. In fact these units are designed so that Amps times Volts gives you exactly the number of Joules per second being converted.
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