### Volts to millivolts conversion

 Enter voltage in volts: V Result in millivolts: mV

### Volts to Millivolts Conversion

It is a conversion calculator used to convert the voltage in Volts (V) to voltage in Millivolts (mV). Volt is the SI derived unit of an electromotive force. It is defined as the potential difference across a conductor in an event where the current of one ampere dissipates a single watt of power. The SI prefix “Milli” represents a factor of 10-3 as an exponential notation. The Volts to Millivolts conversion calculator is programmed with a single blank text field and two active controls. First, you will enter the volts in the blank text field and then convert them to Millivolts using the ‘Convert’ button.

##### For example;

Convert 5 Volts to Millivolts

##### Solution

The first procedure of using this calculator is to enter the voltage in the blank text field. Once you click the ‘Convert’ button, the result in Millivolts will reflect immediately below the two controls.

##### Calculation

5 Volts x 1000

= 5000 Millivolts (mV)

The same procedure can be repeated using different values. Although the converter gives accurate results with a single click, it can only perform a single conversion at a time. The ‘Reset’ button comes in handy if you want to carry out new conversions. It is used to erase all data of the previous calculations from the calculator.

#### Formula used in converting Volts to Millivolts

It uses a straightforward approach when carrying out the calculations.

1 V = 103 mV = 1000 mV is the standard principle used in the conversions. Therefore, it means that one volt is equivalent to 10 cubed millivolts or 1000mV. It can also be expressed as;

1 mV = 10-3 V = 0.001 V

V (mV) = V (V) x 1000 is the method used by the calculator to convert the voltage from volts to millivolts. To get the voltage in millivolts, you will multiply the voltage in volts by 1000.