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    The electrical energy transferred each second is found by multiplying voltage by current . The symbol for power is , it is measured in Watts ( The symbol for voltage is , it is measured in Volts ( Sometimes we don't know the current or voltage, so P = I V cannot be used to calculate the power. P=VXI. P = V X I . Here P is power in watts. V is voltage in volts. Summary: Watts out DC = 75% to 90% of AC Watts in, in most cases. See below: At 100% efficiency ADC Watts out = AC Watts in. Energy is 'conserved" and energy = Watts x time. for more info visit: https://nerdcounter.com/

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