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## How do you calculate power from voltage and resistance?

Ohm’s law equation (formula): V = I Ã— R and the power law equation (formula): P = I Ã— V. P = power, I or J = Latin: influare, international ampere, or intensity and R = resistance.

**How do you calculate Ohm’s law?**

What is Ohm’s Law?

- Ohm’s Law is a formula used to calculate the relationship between voltage, current and resistance in an electrical circuit.
- E = I x R.
- Note: Resistance cannot be measured in an operating circuit, so Ohm’s Law is especially useful when it needs to be calculated.
- Example 1: Voltage (E) and resistance (R) are known.

**How many ohms is 100 watts?**

144 ohms

### How many ohms is 40 watts?

40 watts divided by by 20 amps squared. The 20 amps squared is 400, so we have 40 watts divided by 400, giving us an answer of . 1 ohms or 100 milliohms.

**Are higher ohms better for speakers?**

All speakers have an impedance rating in ohms, which represents how difficult the speaker is to power. The lower the impedance, the more efficiently it allows the electric signal, which is basically the music, to pass through the speaker.

**Does wattage affect resistance?**

We know from Ohm’s Law that when a current flows through a resistance, a voltage is dropped across it producing a product which relates to power….The Resistor Power Triangle.

Type | Power Rating | Stability |
---|---|---|

Carbon | Low at less than 5 Watts | Low 20% |

Wirewound | High up to 500 Watts | High 1% |

#### Does more watts mean more heat?

Power (watts) is volts times amps. So, more electrical power means more heat just lake a bigger pile of firewood mean a bigger fire and more heat output. On low, they put out 750 watts, and on high they put out 1500 watts. So for twice the wattage, you get roughly twice the heat output.

**Which has more resistance 100W or 60W?**

If the voltage of two bulbs is assumed to be the same, the resistance of the bulbs equals to V/100 and V/60 respectively. Thus, it is proved that the 60W bulb has higher resistance than the 100W bulb.

**Which bulb will glow brighter?**

Key Points: In a series circuit, 80W bulb glows brighter due to high power dissipation instead of a 100W bulb. In a parallel circuit, 100W bulb glows brighter due to high power dissipation instead of an 80W bulb. The bulb which dissipates more power will glow brighter.

## What is the resistance of 60 watt bulb?

240 Î©.

**Which bulb has more resistance 100W 220V 60W 220V or 25w 220V bulb?**

Answer. Answer: The 220V, 60W bulb has more resistance.

**Which one is having lesser resistance a 220v 60w bulb or a 220v 40w bulb?**

Answer. 220 V, 60 W as this bulb will glow more brightly indicating more heat is produced due to high resistance. The 1st one has greater resistance!

### What is the ratio of the resistance if two bulbs have ratings 40w 220v and 20w 110v?

The ratio of their resistance is 4. Given for bulb (a), P = 40 W and V = 220 V. Similarly for bulb (b), P =40 W and V = 110 V. Thus, it is clear from the result the for bulb (a)has a higher resistance.

**When a 60w 220v bulb and a 100w 220v bulb are connected in series then which bulb will glow brighter?**

The resistance of the bulb is given by R=V2/P. So the resistance of 60 W bulb is more than the resistance of 100 W bulb. When they are connected in series the current through both bulbs is same. Hence 60 W bulb will be more brighter because P = I2R.

**Are bulbs in series or parallel brighter?**

A series circuit is a Voltage Divider. Two light bulbs on the same series circuit share the voltage of the battery: if the battery is 9V, then each bulb gets 4.5 volts. This is why the bulbs in the parallel circuit will be brighter than those in the series circuit.

#### Does higher resistance mean brighter bulb?

The higher the resistance, the more jostling and the brighter the bulb. In fact what happens is that a higher resistance bulb decreases the current everywhere in the circuit. The slower moving charges transfer energy to the bulb at a lower rate and so the bulb is dimmer.

**Which bulb will glow brighter 60W or 100W?**

As R1 is greater than R2, therefore voltage drop across 60 watt bulb is more than 100 watt bulb. Hence 60W bulb will consume more power and glow brighter. In Short, the voltage drop across 60W bulb is more than 100W because 60W bulb has higher resistance. Hence 60W bulb will glow brighter.

**Is 100w brighter than 60W?**

While the general rule of thumb with incandescents is the higher the wattage, the brighter the light, with energy-efficient bulbs (which all use very little power) you should be paying attention to lumens instead. LED bulbs that deliver 800 lm are considered to have equal light output to standard 60W bulbs.

## Are 100w bulbs brighter than 55w?

HID’s use less wattage but produce more lumens of light. All other things being equal, though, a 100 watt bulb will be brighter than a 55.

**What’s brighter 40W or 60W?**

So if a package for a lightbulb says the bulb uses 60 watts, or 60W, it means that that bulb will use 60 watts of electrical power. A standard 40W bulb is equal to 400+ lumens, which represents the brightness of a bulb. Typically, the higher the wattage, the higher the lumens, and the more light output.

**Is 50w brighter than 35w?**

Re: Can a “special” 35w halogen “be as bright as a 50w halogen”? The “50w” bulb draws a more reasonable 5.0A for 91w and the “35w” is 3.7A and 67w but the electronics alone would still be far larger than the extra cells.

### What is 40 watt LED equivalent to?

Compare wattage

Traditional bulb1 | Halogen2 | LED |
---|---|---|

25 watts | 15 watts | 2 watts |

40 watts | 25 watts | 5 watts |

60 watts | 40 watts | 7 watts |

75 watts | 45 watts | 9 watts |

**Can I replace a 40w bulb with a 60w LED?**

Yes, assuming you’re suggesting an LED that has lumen output similar to a 60 watt lamp. You can use any lamp that consumes up to 40 watts and is shaped similar to the lamp recommended. So for example, if it was a standard A lamp, you could use any LED lamp that consumes up to 40 watts with no safety issue.