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Fair enough, that's half of a singular amp. If I were to state it as a decimal, it would be 0.5 amps.
Wrong again. it can't be division, addition or subtraction for a couple of reasons. As I used the word 'mixing' in the first place in this context, I 'own' it in this thread (or is it a tread?), and I can have it mean anything I want it to mean. However I fully explained my reasoning for the multiply interpretation in post #4371. So it's Watts, and not any other fancy unit.What?
You're the only one who said anything about multiplying volts and amps, the first mention said "mixing", which could just as well be a division and therefore ohms or siemens (don't go there!).
(and I don't like the "s" on the end of units
Something about "s" being seconds and the possibility of confusing Amps with Amp seconds etc. (Don't ask where that came from, I can't remember. It was drummed into me somewhere)How strange. What is the genesis of that idea?
So you would insert a 3 Amps fuse into your plug?Indeed. Amp is short for Ampere, you certainly wouldn't use the singular form unless it was exactly one, so it's 3 Amps.