 ## Electrical & Electronics, Ohm's Law, Formulas & Equations Ohms Law

## OHMS LAW CALCULATOR

### VOLTS=Voltage, AMPS=Current, OHMS=Resistance, WATTS=Power

Give me any TWO numeric values and I'll give you all FOUR. Press the Ohm's Law button after you have made your entries:
 VOLTS AMPS OHMS WATTS

keywords = Ohms, Ohms Law, Volts, Amps, Current, Watts, Power, Calculator, Electricity, Electronics, Electrical, Equations, Formulas, Pi, Math, Henry, Bacon  # FORMULAS, EQUATIONS & LAWS 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 = VOLT-AMPERES kVA = KILOVOLT-AMPERES C = CAPACITANCE EFF = EFFICIENCY (expressed as a decimal)
 DIRECT CURRENT
 AMPS= WATTSũVOLTS I = P ũ E A = W ũ V WATTS= VOLTS x AMPS P = E x I W = V x A VOLTS= WATTS ũ AMPS E = P ũ I V = W ũ A HORSEPOWER= (V x A x EFF)ũ746 EFFICIENCY= (746 x HP)ũ(V x A)
 AC SINGLE PHASE ~ 1ø
 AMPS= WATTSũ(VOLTS x PF) I=Pũ(E x PF) A=Wũ(V x PF) WATTS= VOLTS x AMPS x PF P=E x I x PF W=V x A x PF VOLTS= WATTSũAMPS E=PũI V=WũA VOLT-AMPS= VOLTS x AMPS VA=E x I VA=V x A HORSEPOWER= (V x A x EFF x PF)ũ746 POWERFACTOR= INPUT WATTSũ(V x A) EFFICIENCY= (746 x HP)ũ(V x A x PF)
 AC THREE PHASE ~ 3ø
 AMPS= WATTSũ(1.732 x VOLTS x PF) I = Pũ(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= WATTSũAMPS E=PũI VOLT-AMPS= 1.732 x VOLTS x AMPS VA=1.732 x E x I HORSEPOWER= (1.732 x V x A x EFF x PF)ũ746 POWERFACTOR= INPUT WATTSũ(1.732 x V x A) EFFICIENCY= (746 x HP)ũ(1.732 x V x A x PF) Main Page & Introduction Deca-Scientific Calculator, Conversion Charts, Industrial Math Definitions & Terminology Awards This Website Has Received

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