# Kilovolts to Volts Conversion

### Kilovolts to volts conversion

 Enter voltage in kilovolts: kV Result in volts: V

### Kilovolts to Volts Conversion

This is a conversion calculator used to convert the voltage in Kilovolts (kV) to voltage in Volts (V). It is programmed with a single text field where you enter the value in Kilovolts. It can then be converted to the voltage in Volts using the ‘Convert’ button. The result in Volts is displayed at the bottom panel of the calculator below the two controls. The SI prefix ‘Kilo’ is used as an exponential notation that represents a factor of 103. Volt is the SI derived unit of an electromotive force or an electric potential difference commonly referred to as voltage.

##### Example

Convert 0.03 Kilovolts to Volts

##### Solution

When using the calculator, you first enter the voltage 0.03 in the blank text field. Click the ‘Convert’ button to initiate the conversion. The result in Volts will be displayed as; 30 V.

##### Calculation

0.03 Kilovolts x 1000

= 30 Volts (V)

The same procedure is applicable when using different values in Kilovolts. Since the Kilovolts to Volts conversion calculator can only perform one calculation at a time, its flexibility is enhanced by the ‘Reset’ button. It is the fastest way you can erase all data of the previous calculations from the converter.

#### Formula used in converting Kilovolts to Volts

1 kV = 103 V = 1000 V is the standard principle used in the conversions. Therefore, it implies that one Kilovolts is equivalent to ten Volts cubed or 1000 V. It can also be expressed as;

1 V = 10-3 kV= 0.001 kV

V (V) = V (kV) x 1000 is the method used by the converter to perform the calculations. To get the voltage in volts, you will multiply the voltage in Kilovolts by 1000.

The Kilovolts to Volts conversion table can also be used to determine simple conversions on a scale of 0 to 1 Kilovolts.