# Convert watt to joule/second

## What is a watt?

Watt is a metric for power evaluation. It got its name after the eponymous physicist, who devoted his time and effort to this area of science. Before the introduction of this option in the late XIX century, for this purpose, horsepower was utilized. Interestingly, it was designed by the same scientist. Still, later the standard system switched to watts.

Modern watt (W) has a meaning of power at which the 1-Joule work is performed during one second. The common abbreviation is W. Many derivatives with common prefixes like kilo- and giga- are utilized in practice.

The evaluation of power in these terms serves as a key characteristic of devices that run on thermal or electrical energy. You can easily find watts on the packaging of the device, which gives the general understanding of its capacity. Thus, everything that is related to thermal or electrical power can be described using this metric.

## What is a joule second?

One of the basic characteristics of different devices from the point of view of physics is power. It means the speed of doing some work or the amount of energy required for this purpose during some time.

The standard metric for its evaluation is watt, which has a meaning of 1 joule for 1 second. Therefore, 1 W = 1 (J/sec).

While it is often convenient to utilize this option, joule per second is also a good choice. The first component is a standard option for the evaluation of work. One such metric describes it for a 1-newton force applied to a meter. The latter is also a standard option.

If utilizing joule second, we can recalculate that an electric light bulb of 100 W for its lighting work consumes 100 J of energy every second. In 1 hour, it is 0.1 kWh or 360,000 Joule-second.

## How to Convert watt to joule/second

Converting Watts to Joules Per Second, also learned as watts, is straightforward as both elements symbolize power. Here's how you might accomplish this transformation:

• Understand the elements: W and J/s calculate power, with 1 watt counterpart to 1 joule per second.
• Operate the Instructions: To transform watt to joule/second, utilize the instructions: J/s = W.
• Perform the Calculation: No numerical modification aspect is involved; they are identical. For illustration, a device that manipulates at 500 W has a power consumption of 500 J/s.
• So, 500 w is analogous to 500 J/s. This transformation is important in various fields, mainly physics and engineering when dealing with power and energy calculations.
To convert watt to joule/second , the formula is used,
$J=W*1$
where the Watt to J,s value is substituted to get the answer from Power Converter.
1 Watt
=
1 J,s
1 J,s
=
1 Watt
Example: convert 15 Watt to J,s:
15 Watt
=
15
x
1 J,s
=
15 J,s

## How many watt in joule/second

W to J,s are both standard energy, with 1 W symbolizing a speed of energy transfer of 1 J/s. For illustration, a device that eradicates energy at 100 J/s is analogous to operating 100 w.

watt (Watt) joule/second (J,s)
0.01 Watt 0.01 J,s
0.1 Watt 0.1 J,s
1 Watt 1 J,s
2 Watt 2 J,s
3 Watt 3 J,s
5 Watt 5 J,s
10 Watt 10 J,s
20 Watt 20 J,s
50 Watt 50 J,s
100 Watt 100 J,s
1000 Watt 1000 J,s

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