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Old 01-26-08, 12:20 PM
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would you say it true that the average light bulb is less than 1amp?
 
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If it is rated at less than 120 watts...

Why?
 
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more just a curiosity. making sure I was thinking correctly on VxA=watts.
 
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Originally Posted by Av8tor View Post
would you say it true that the average light bulb is less than 1amp?
Yes, cause watts/volts = amps
60 watt bulb divide by 120 volts = 0.5 amps
75 watt bulb divide by 120 volts = 0.625 amps
100 watt bulb divide by 120 volts = 0.833 amps
 
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