Electrical & Electronics, Ohm's Law, Formulas & Equations
Ohms Law
OHM’S LAW CALCULATOR
VOLTS=Voltage, AMPS=Current, OHMS=Resistance, WATTS=Power
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Symbolic: E =VOLTS ~or~ (V = VOLTS)
P =WATTS ~or~ (W = WATTS)
R = OHMS ~or~ (R = RESISTANCE)
I =AMPERES ~or~ (A = AMPERES)
HP = HORSEPOWER
PF = POWER FACTOR
kW = KILOWATTS
kWh = KILOWATT HOUR
VA = VOLTAMPERES
kVA = KILOVOLTAMPERES
C = CAPACITANCE
EFF = EFFICIENCY (expressed as a decimal)

AMPS=  WATTS÷VOLTS 
I = P ÷ E  A = W ÷ V 
WATTS=  VOLTS x AMPS 
P = E x I  W = V x A 
VOLTS=  WATTS ÷ AMPS 
E = P ÷ I  V = W ÷ A 
HORSEPOWER=  (V x A x EFF)÷746 
EFFICIENCY=  (746 x HP)÷(V x A) 
AMPS=  WATTS÷(VOLTS x PF) 
I=P÷(E x PF)  A=W÷(V x PF) 
WATTS=  VOLTS x AMPS x PF 
P=E x I x PF  W=V x A x PF 
VOLTS=  WATTS÷AMPS 
E=P÷I  V=W÷A 
VOLTAMPS=  VOLTS x AMPS 
VA=E x I  VA=V x A 
HORSEPOWER=  (V x A x EFF x PF)÷746 
POWERFACTOR=  INPUT WATTS÷(V x A) 
EFFICIENCY=  (746 x HP)÷(V x A x PF) 
AMPS=  WATTS÷(1.732 x VOLTS x PF) 
I = P÷(1.732 x E x PF) 
WATTS=  1.732 x VOLTS x AMPS x PF 
P = 1.732 x E x I x PF 
VOLTS=  WATTS÷AMPS 
E=P÷I 
VOLTAMPS=  1.732 x VOLTS x AMPS 
VA=1.732 x E x I 
HORSEPOWER=  (1.732 x V x A x EFF x PF)÷746 
POWERFACTOR=  INPUT WATTS÷(1.732 x V x A) 
EFFICIENCY=  (746 x HP)÷(1.732 x V x A x PF) 
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