Value (Milliamps):

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Value (Watts):

To convert milliamps (mA) to watts (W) involves knowing both the voltage (V) and current (I) in the circuit. The formula to convert milliamps to watts is: **Voltage (V) × Current (I) = Power (W)**

However, since power (watts) is equal to voltage (V) multiplied by current (I), and current is typically given in milliamps (mA), you need to convert milliamps to amps by dividing by 1000: Here is how to do that: Current (in milliamps) ÷ 1000 = Current (in amps)

So, the full formula becomes: Voltage (V) × Current (in milliamps) ÷ 1000 = Power (W)

Here, W represents power in watts, V represents voltage in volts, and I represents current in milliamps.

Let's say you have a device with a voltage of 12 volts and a current of 500 milliamps. To find the power consumption in watts:

- 12 volts × (500 milliamps ÷ 1000) = Power (W)
- 12 volts × 0.5 = Power (W)
- Power (W) = 6 watts

So, the device consumes 6 watts of power.