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2014-06-10T22:58:06+05:30
The current drawn depends upon the power rating of device you connect to the supply.
The voltage is always fixed at 220V.
You cannot specify both current and voltage at the same time.
The current is mostly the power divided by the voltage = P/220 in amps.
So 10 amps corresponds to a 2200 watt (2.2 KW) device.

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gaurav jangra thankyou
2014-06-11T07:46:27+05:30
The current is almost the power / voltage which is = power / 220 in amps. so when 10 amps esuts for 220 then it gives u 2200 watt.
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