Wish there was an easier way to calculate electrical forumulas? We've got it covered with our handy electrical calculators. Simply select the conversion you need from the list below and enter the values to be converted. We'll do all the math for you.
Horsepower (HP) is a measure of unit for power which defines how quickly work can be done by a force. If you know the horsepower this handy calculator can help you find the amperes (AMPS). Simply enter the horsepower, volts or efficiency to calculate your result.
Equal to 1,000 watts, a kilowatt (kW) is a unit of power referring to the rate of energy conversion. If you know the kilowatts finding the amperes (AMPS) is easy with this handy calculator. Simply enter the kilowatts or volts to calculate your result.
Did you know that kilovolt-amp (kVA) is a unit of power equivalent to the kilowatt? To find the amperes (AMPS) when you know the kilovolt-amp simply enter the kilovolt-amp or volts into this handy calculator.
A kilowatt (kW) is a unit of power referring to rate of energy conversion. To calculate the kilowatts simply enter the amperes (AMPS), volts or power factor into our kilowatt calculator.
Need to find the amount of power at which a circuit runs when it transfers 1,000 joules of energy each second? Simply enter amperes (AMPS)or volts into our kVA calculator to find the kilovolt-amp (kVA).
The power factor defines the useful portion of the total delivered power. To find the power factor simply enter the kilowatts (kW) or kilovolt-amp (kVA) into our power factor calculator.
* Please note that these calculators are for general information and should be used as a guide only.
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