Amperes, Volts, And Watts
Amperes (A), more commonly referred to as amps, is the amount of electrical current at one point at a particular time in a wire. Genius chargers all feature different amperages, which is a very important component of selecting the right charger for your application. Larger applications and batteries require larger amp chargers, while small batteries, like those found in motorcycles, require a smaller amp charger.
Volts (V) are the units used for the potential difference between two terminals. With the use of voltmeter, voltage measurements offer an efficient way to
measure the charge of your battery.
Watts (W) is a unit of energy, which is deﬁned as one joule per second, which measures the rate of energy transfer. In short, to calculate watts you would
multiply Amperes x Voltage.
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