Question please. The neutral conductor connected to a GFCI (white) is always insulated. Why is the EXACT SAME neutral conductor that runs from outside the home to the STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER not insulated?

So I've understood it like this: If calculating watt: watts=ampere*voltage right?? So my phone's charger uses 0.5 amp and voltage is about let's say= 5volts So my wattage is 2.5w??

… So, is there any chance that you could translate this to Norwegian? 🙂

cant get any easier than that

How do I calculate the wattage with this data "AC 100 – 240 50/60 Hz 2.5A?

the power rating of a 2 kilo ohms resistance is 80 watt. calculate the maximum permisible current which can flow through it.

So I have an electric kettle and here's what I saw

220v-240v

50/60hz

350w

How to get the Amp? Or it is impossible?

Question please. The neutral conductor connected to a GFCI (white) is always

insulated. Why is the EXACT SAME neutral conductor that runs from outside

the home to the STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER not insulated?

So I've understood it like this:

If calculating watt: watts=ampere*voltage right??

So my phone's charger uses 0.5 amp and voltage is about let's say= 5volts

So my wattage is 2.5w??