# Kilowatts to amps calculator

 Select current type: DC AC - Single phase AC - Three phase Enter power in kilowatts: kW Enter voltage in volts: V Current result in amps: A

## How to transform kilowatts to ampere?

Since kilowatt (kW) is a degree of energy and Ampere (amp or A) is the degree of contemporary, kW can't be at once converted into ampere or vice versa. Below are the formulae used to convert kilowatts to amperes (kW to amps).

One kilowatt = one thousand watts

## DC – kilowatts (kW) to ampere (amps)

For any DC circuit, Current, I = one thousand x kW / Vdc

Where Vdc is the implemented DC voltage.

Therefore, amps may be calculated from DC – kW by dividing kilowatt by way of voltage and multiplying it through 1000.

## Single Phase AC – kW to amps

For any single-section AC circuit, Current, I = a thousand x kW / (Vac x P.F.)

Where Vac is the RMS value of the carried out AC voltage and P.F. Is the electricity element of the burden

Therefore, amps can be calculated from AC – kW via dividing kW by using the manufactured from the RMS cost of carried out AC voltage and strength thing and multiplying it by means of 1000.