Volts to kW :
- The volt is the derived unit for electric potential, electric potential difference, and electromotive force.It is named after the Italian physicist Alessandro Volta.
- The kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy equal to one kilowatt of power sustained for one hour and is commonly used as a measure of electrical energy.One kilowatt-hour is equal to 3600 kilojoules.
Volts to kW :
- It is used to convert the electrical voltage in volts (V) to the electric power in Kilowatts (kW).It is simple to use, and the accuracy depends on the values entered in the cells.
Direct Current (DC) Volts to Kilowatts :
- P (kW) = V (V) x I (A) / 1000.
- Which means that the power in kilowatts is computed by multiplying the voltage in volts by the current in amps.The result is then divided by 1000.
Alternating Current (AC) Single Phase Volts to Kilowatts :
- P (kW) = PF x I (A) x V (V) / 1000.
- Which means that the power in Kilowatts is computed by multiplying the power factor by the current in amps times the voltage RMS in volts.The result is then divided by 1000.
AC Three Phase Volts to Kilowatts :
- P (kW) = √3 x PF x I (A) x V L-L (V) / 1000.
- Which means that the real power in Kilowatts is calculated by the square root of three multiplied by the power factor by the phase current in amps times the voltage RMS in volts.
- The result is then divided by 1000.