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The watts in 200 amps would depend on the voltage being used.

Watts are a unit of power, and they are calculated by multiplying the current (measured in amperes) by the voltage (measured in volts). Therefore, the number of watts can be found by using the formula:

Watts = Amps x Volts

For example, if the voltage is 120 volts, then the number of watts in 200 amps would be:

Watts = 200 amps x 120 volts = 24,000 watts

If the voltage is 240 volts, then the number of watts in 200 amps would be:

Watts = 200 amps x 240 volts = 48,000 watts

It is important to note that the amount of current and voltage used in a circuit depends on the type of electrical load and the wiring of the system. Always follow proper safety precautions and consult a qualified electrician if you have any questions or concerns about the electrical capacity of your system