This is a simple way to convert from Joule to Watts, with this calculator you will make the conversion quickly.

We also explain the formula that is used in the conversion of Joules to Watts, we also show how to go from Joule to Watts in 1 step , some examples of Joules to Watts and a table with the main conversions from Joule to Watts.

**More information about how to convert Joules to Watts:**

- Formula of Joules to Watts
- How to convert from Joules to Watts in just 1 step
- Examples of conversion of Joules to Watts.
- Table Joules to Watts .

**Formula to convert and calculate from Joules to Watts, single phase, two phase and three phase:**

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**How to convert from Joules to Watts in 1 single step:**

**Step 1:**

It is a very simple conversion, so all you have to do is divide the Joules between the time which will convert the joules into watts.

Example: A compressor transforms an energy of 42 Joule every 60 seconds, how much power in watts the compressor has. To know the answer you just have to divide 42/60, which will result in: 0.7Watts.

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**Examples of joule to watt conversions:**

**Example 1:**

A boiler transforms 40000 Joule in just 60 seconds, how many Watts does the boiler have?

Answer: // The conversion is easily done with the formula that indicates the following: Watts = Joule / seconds, replacing the variables would be: Watts = 80000/60 = 1333Watts

**Example 2:**

An evaporator transforms the energy of 123000 Joules in 120 Seconds, which will be the Watts power of the evaporator ?.

Answer: // Keeping in mind the conversion formula we can replace the variables (Joule: 123000, Time: 120 Seconds), remaining as follows 123000/120 Seconds, the answer would then be: 1025Watts.

**Example 3:**

An industrial process transforms an energy of 780000 joules, in 60 seconds, how much will be the Watts power consumed by the industrial process ?.

Answer: // To get the answer you must divide the Joules between the time, therefore using the online calculator, we can get a response of 13000watts.

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**Table of Joules to Watts for conversion, equivalence, transformation (Seconds: 60s):**

How many Joules are: | Equivalence in Watts: |

1 Joule | Equivalent to 0.017 Watts |

2 Joule | 0.033 Watts |

3 Joule | 0.050 Watts |

4 Joule | 0.067 Watts |

5 Joule | 0.083 Watts |

6 Joule | 0.100 Watts |

7 Joule | 0,117 Watts |

8 Joule | 0.133 Watts |

9 Joule | 0.150 Watts |

10 Joule | 0.167 Watts |

20 Joule | 0.333 Watts |

30 Joule | 0,500 Watts |

40 Joule | 0.667 Watts |

50 Joule | 0.833 Watts |

60 Joule | 1,000 Watts |

70 Joule | 1,167 Watts |

80 Joule | 1,333 Watts |

90 Joule | 1,500 Watts |

100 Joule | 1,667 Watts |

200 Joule | 3,333 Watts |

300 Joule | 5,000 Watts |

400 Joule | 6,667 Watts |

500 Joule | 8.333 Watts |

600 Joule | 10,000 Watts |

700 Joule | 11,667 Watts |

800 Joule | 13,333 Watts |

900 Joule | 15,000 Watts |

1000 Joule | 16,667 Watts |

**Note:** In the previous conversions a time of 60 seconds is taken into account. For different variables, the calculator that appears at the beginning must be used.