Enter the amperage **in A (Amps)**:

*Enter the voltage in V (volts):*

*(the most common voltage standard is 230 or 110 volts)*

Power, **P, in kW (kilowatts)**:

0.00kW

## How to calculate the power in kW, if we know the amperage?

You can calculate using the formula:

**P = I х U / 1000**, where

**I** is the current in amperes (A);

**P** is the power in kilowatts (kW);

**U** is the voltage in volts (V).

**1000** is the conversion factor from watts to kilowatts.

Thus, to get kilowatts from amperes, you need to multiply the amperes by the voltage in volts and divide by 1000.

**P=kW = Amps * V / 1000**

For example, convert 16 amperes to kilowatts.

If the standard voltage in electrical networks is 230 volts, then

**P = I х U / 1000** = 16*230/1000 = 3,68 kW.

If the standard voltage in electrical networks is 110 volts, then

**P = I х U / 1000** = 16*110/1000 = 1,76 kW