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This is one of the most frequently used calculations by working electricians.

The current equals the wattage divided by the voltage. So if you know wattage and voltage, then the wattage divided by voltage equals current.

Example: If the wattage of a component is 100 watts and voltage is 120 volts, then 100 divided by 120 equals .833 amps.

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