## Volts to kilowatts calculator

We are offering the Volts (V) to kilowatts (kW) calculator, to make your calculations easy.

All you need is to enter the value current in amps, the value of voltage in volts, and hit the = button to get the power in watts.

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## DC volts to kilowatts calculation formula

The value of power *P* measured in kilowatts (kW) is apparently equal to the value of voltage *V* in volts (V), multiplied by the value of current *I* in amps (A) and finally divided by 1000.

**P**_{(kW)} = V_{(V)} × I_{(A)} / 1000

### AC single phase volts to kilowatts calculation formula

The value of power *P* in kilowatts (kW) is equal to the power factor *PF* times the current I in amps (A), times the voltage *V* in volts (V) divided by 1000:

**P**_{(kW)} = PF × I_{(A)} × V_{(V)} / 1000

### AC three phase volts to kilowatts calculation formula

The value of power *P* in kilowatts (kW) is apparently equal to the value of square root of 3 multiplied by the power factor *PF* times the value of current *I* measured in amps (A), multiplied by the line to line RMS voltage *V*_{L-L} measured in volts (V) which is later divided by 1000.

**P**_{(kW)} = √3 × PF × I_{(A)} × V_{L-L(V)} / 1000

** = 1.732 × PF × I**_{(A)} × V_{L-L(V)} / 1000

## Learn to convert volts to kilowatts

Simply convert the value of electrical voltage in volts (V) to electric power measured in kilowatts (kW).

You can easily calculate the values in kilowatts from volts and amps, but it is to be kept in mind that you can convert volts to kilowatts as they are not the same quantity.

### DC volts to kilowatts calculation formula

The value of power *P* measured in kilowatts (kw) is apparently equal to the value of voltage *V* measured in volts (V), multiplied by the current *I* in amps (A) which is divided by 1000.

**P**_{(kW)} = V_{(V)} × I_{(A)} / 1000

So, the value in kilowatts are equal to value in volts multiplied by the value in amps which is divided by 1000.

**kilowatts = volts × amps / 1000**

or, it can be said,

**kW = V × A / 1000**

#### For Example,

Find the value of power consumption in kilowatts if the current is 2A and the value of voltage supply is 14V?

*P* = 14V × 2A / 1000

0.028 kW

### AC single phase volts to kilowatts calculation formula

The value of real power *P* measured in kilowatts (kW) is apparently equal to the value of power factor PF multiplied by the phase current *I* measured in amps (A), which is multiplied by the RMS voltage *V* measured in volts (V).

**P**_{(kW)} = PF × I_{(A)} × V_{(V)} / 1000

So the kilowatts are equal to the power factor multiplied by the amps times the volts.

**kilowatt = ***PF *×* *amp × volt / 1000

or it can be said,

**kW = ***PF *×* *A × V / 1000

#### For Example,

What is the value of power consumption measured in kilowatts when the value of power factor is 0.4 and the value of phase current is 2A and the RMS voltage supply is 100V?

*P* = 0.4 × 2A × 100V / 1000

= 0.2 kW

### Formula for AC three phase volts to kilowatts calculation

The value of real power *P* measured in kilowatts (kW) is apparently equal to square root of 3 multiplied by the power factor PF multiplied by the phase current *I* measured in amps (A), multiplied by the line to line RMS voltage *V*_{L-L} in volts (V) which is divided by 1000.

**P**_{(kW)} = √3 × PF × I_{(A)} × V_{L-L(V)} / 1000

** ≈ 1.732 × PF × I**_{(A)} × V_{L-L(V)} / 1000

So, the value of kilowatts are apparently equal to square root of 3 times power factor PF multiplied by the amps times volts which is divided by 1000.

**kilowatt = ***√*3 × *PF *×* *amp × volt / 1000

or it can be said,

**kW = ***√*3 × *PF *×* *A × V / 1000

#### For Example,

Find the value of power consumption in kilowatts when the value of power factor is 0.6 and the value of phase current is 4A and the voltage supply is 120V?

*P*_{(kW)} = *√*3 × 0.6 × 4A × 120V / 1000

= 0.48 kW