Kilowatt to Volts Conversion CalculatorIt is a conversion calculator which converts the power in kilowatts and the current in amps to voltage in volts. It has the Calculate and Reset buttons which are efficient and perform different functions. The first step of using the calculator is to select the type of current. It can either be a direct current, denoted by (DC) or an alternating current (AC). Enter the power in kilowatts (kW) and the current in amps (A) respectively in their required text fields. You can then click on the Calculate button which initiates the Calculation. The voltage results in volts will be projected on the platform below the Calculate and Reset buttons.
If you selected direct current as the current type, you can enter the power in Kilowatts as 6 (kW) and the current in amps as 4(A). Your voltage result in volts will be projected as 1500 (V) after clicking the Calculate button. The alternating current is different and can either be a single phase or a three phase.
Before performing calculations with the Alternating current as the current type, you can click on the reset button which clears data in the text fields. Select the single or three phase according to your calculations and enter the power in kilowatts and current amps in the next cell. The following text field will require you to fill in the power factor before clicking on the Calculate button.
There are unique formulas that the calculator uses in performing the calculations.
Calculating the DC Kilowatts to voltsV (V) = 1000 x P (kW) / I (A), which means that the voltage in volts is calculated by multiplying 1000 by the power in Kilowatts dividing the result by the current in amps.
Calculating the single phase Kilowatts to voltsV (v) = 1000 X P (kW) / (PF x I (A)), which means that the voltage in volts can be calculated by multiplying 1000 by the power in Kilowatts dividing the result by the power factor multiplied by the current in amps.
Calculating the three phase Kilowatts to voltsV L-L (V) = 1000 x P (kW) / (√3 x PF x I (A)). It means that the line to line voltage RMS in volts can be calculated by multiplying 1000 by the power in Kilowatts dividing the result by the square root of three multiplied by the power factor times the current in Amps.
It is important to select the type of current since the results will be different. All text fields should be filled completely so that the calculations can be executed efficiently.