Watts To Volts Converter (W to V): Insert W, Get V

If we know the amperage (A), we can easily convert watts to volts. For the W to V conversion, we can use the formula for electric power:

P (W) = I (A) * V (V)

To calculate volts from watts, we need to rearrange this formula by expressing voltage like this:

Volt = Watts / Amps

To convert watts to volts, we need to know how many amps does the electrical circuit has.

You can freely use this handy watts to volts calculator by inserting W and A. Further on, you’ll find a conversion chart with calculated volts from watts at certain amps:

Watts To Volts Calculator

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Calculated Volts (V)

 

Watts To Volts Conversion Chart

It’s useful to know that how many volts are in a watt. 

In short, 1 watt is equal to 1 amp (at 1V). Based on this, we can calculate this conversion table:

Watts (W) Amps (A) Volts (V)
How many volts in 1 watt? 1 amp 1 volt
How many volts in 1 watt? 2 amps 2 volts
How many volts in 1 watt? 3 amps 3 volts
How many volts in 1 watt? 4 amps 4 volts
How many volts in 1 watt? 5 amps 5 volts
How many volts in 2 watts? 1 amp 2 volts
How many volts in 10 watts? 1 amp 10 volts
How many volts in 20 watts? 1 amp 20 volts
How many volts in 50 watts? 1 amp 50 volts
How many volts in 100 watts? 1 amp 100 volts
How many volts in 200 watts? 1 amp 200 volts
How many volts in 500 watts? 1 amp 500 volts
How many volts in 1000 watts? 1 amp 1000 volts
How many volts in 2000 watts? 1 amp 2000 volts
How many volts in 3000 watts? 1 amp 3000 volts
How many volts in 4000 watts? 1 amp 4000 volts
How many volts in 5000 watts? 1 amp 5000 volts

If you have any specific watts to volts conversion in mind, you can use the comments below and we’ll try to help you out. Please do include the amperage (A).

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