Let’s say I have a surge protector that has a 15A cable that is rated 1875 watts at 125V.
If my voltage is low, let’s say 105V the amount of watts it can supply will drop? So its max safe output would be 1575 watts. Is this correct?
Lastly, won’t all the appliances pull more amps as well since the voltage is lower? For instance a charger that is stated to be 12W will simply pull more amps if the voltage is lower to reach 12W. Also if the voltage is higher it will pull less amps to reach 12W? It will not change how many watts it consumes?
I do not need an explanation on voltage and amperage just a simple answer to how it works in this scenario, nothing too complex.
Finally, if a surge protector is rated 15A can you calculate the amount of load just by adding the correct calculated amps based on voltage levels.For instance appliances of 0.2A + 0.3A + 0.5A = 1A load. So I can still use 14A safety with that surge protector?