Arduino Uno rev3 with RTC and 2 servos attached how many amps?

Hi to all, I just managed to finish a project for arduino, a ds1307(RTC) and 2 servos are attached to Arduino but I don't know how many amperes would be fine to power it with. Voltage is about 12V ok. Amperes how much?
thank you in advance for replies,
George

That depends 90% on how much the servos need, and I can't see that from here...

fungus:
That depends 90% on how much the servos need, and I can't see that from here...

the 2 servos are: http://www.servocity.com/html/hs-422_super_sport_.html
it says
Current Drain (4.8V): 8mA/idle and 150mA no load operating
Current Drain (6.0V): 8.8mA/idle and 180mA no load operating

will it be ok to power arduino with 12V / 2A power supply?

blades:

fungus:
That depends 90% on how much the servos need, and I can't see that from here...

the 2 servos are: http://www.servocity.com/html/hs-422_super_sport_.html
it says
Current Drain (4.8V): 8mA/idle and 150mA no load operating
Current Drain (6.0V): 8.8mA/idle and 180mA no load operating

will it be ok to power arduino with 12V / 2A power supply?

Maybe, it all depends on what's attached to the servos. Those servos can draw more than 1A each under heavy load.

fungus:

blades:

fungus:
That depends 90% on how much the servos need, and I can't see that from here...

the 2 servos are: http://www.servocity.com/html/hs-422_super_sport_.html
it says
Current Drain (4.8V): 8mA/idle and 150mA no load operating
Current Drain (6.0V): 8.8mA/idle and 180mA no load operating

will it be ok to power arduino with 12V / 2A power supply?

it's just a Logitech webcam attached at servos, perhaps 30-50gramms

Maybe, it all depends on what's attached to the servos. Those servos can draw more than 1A each under heavy load.

The only way to know is to put in a multimeter and watch the amps as you move it around.

fungus:
The only way to know is to put in a multimeter and watch the amps as you move it around.

ok where to put the multimeters pins and where to put multimeters switch?