### Millivolts to volts conversion

 Enter voltage in millivolts: mV Result in volts: V

### Millivolts to Volts Conversion

This is a conversion calculator used to convert the voltage in Millivolts (mV) to the voltage in Volts (V). The prefix ‘Milli’ is an exponential notion used to represent a factor of 103. Volt is defined as the potential variance across a conductor when the current of a single ampere (A) dissipates one watt of power. It is the SI derived unit of an electromotive force or electric potential difference. The Millivolts to Volts calculator has a blank text field where you enter the voltage in Millivolts. It is converted to Volts using the ‘Convert’ button and the results will be displayed in the bottom platform of the calculator below the two controls.

##### Example

Convert 2400 Millivolts to Volts

##### Solution

When using the calculator, enter the voltage 2400 in the blank text field and then click on the ‘Convert’ button. The results in Volts will be shown as; 2.4 V.

##### Calculation

2400 Millivolts / 1000

= 2.4 Volts

The Millivolts to Volts conversion calculator can only execute one conversion at a time. If you want to carry out new calculations, use the ‘Reset’ button. It erases all data of the previous calculations from the converter with a single click.

#### Formula used in converting Millivolts to Volts

1 V = 103 mV = 1000 mV is the standard principle used in the conversion. Therefore, it implies that one volt is equivalent to ten Millivolts cubed or one thousand millivolts. It can also be expressed as;

1 mV = 10-3 V = 0.001 V

V (V) = V (mV) / 1000 is the method used to carry out the conversions. To get the voltage in volts, you will divide the voltage in millivolts by 1000.

You can also use the Millivolts to Volts conversion table to determine simple conversions on a scale of 0 to 1000 Millivolts.