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Last Updated : Apr 20, 2023

Online kW To Amp's calculator helps to convert kilowatts to amps. To calculate how many amps are in a kilowatt, multiply kW by 1000, and then divide by volts. Enter the Power type in AC or DC, power in kilowatts, the voltage in volts, and a power factor between 0 and 1 to calculate the Amps.

 Current Type: DC AC Single Phase AC Three Phase Power in kilowatts: kW Voltage Type: Line to Line Voltage Line to Neutral Voltage Voltage in volts: V Power Factor:

### How to Calculate kW To Amps Formula ?

To understand the kW To Amps calculation, let's take the following information as an example:

There are total 3 formulas for there different conditions:

1. DC / Direct Power

Amps = 1000 x ( Power / Voltage )

2. AC / Alternating Power-Single Phase

Amps = 1000 x ( Power /  ( Voltage x Power Factor) )

3. AC / Alternating Power-Three Phase

For Line to Line Voltage

Amps = 1000 x ( Power / ( √ 3 x Voltage x Power Factor ) )

For Line To Neutral Voltage

Amps = 1000 x ( Power / (  3 x Voltage x Power Factor ) )

Check the solved questions to know a clear idea of kW To Amps.

### Example For Finding kW To Amps

1. Using the DC method, how many amps are in 152 power and 56 voltage?

Solution:

Given that,

Power = 152

Voltage = 56

How many amps are in 152 power and 56 voltage?

Now we will put the values in the given formula,

Amps = 1000 x ( Power / Voltage )

Amps = 1000 x ( 152 / 56 )

Amps = 2714.2857 A

So, 152 power and 56 voltage are 2714.2857 A.

2. Using the AC Power-Single Phase method, how many amps are in 52 Power, 56 voltage and 0.5 power factor?

Solution:

Given that,

Power = 52

Voltage = 56

Power Factor = 0.5

How many amps are in 52 Power, 56 voltage and 0.5 power factor?

Now we will put the values in the given formula,

Amps = 1000 x ( Power /  ( Voltage x Power Factor) )

Amps = 1000 x ( 52 /  ( 56 x 0.5) )

Amps = 1857.1429  A

So, 52 Power, 56 Voltage and 0.5 power factor are 1857.1429  A.

3. Using the AC Power-Three Phase method line to line, how many amps are in 525 Power, 56 voltage and 0.26 power factor?

Solution:

Given :

Power = 525

Voltage = 56

Power Factor = 0.26

Voltage Type = Line to Line

How many amps are in 525 Power, 56 voltage and 0.26 power factor?

Now we will put the values in the given formula,

Amps = 1000 x ( Power / ( √ 3 x Voltage x Power Factor ) )

Amps = 1000 x ( 525 / ( √ 3 x 56 x 0.26 ) )

Amps = 20817.9184  A

So, 525 Power, 56 voltage and 0.26 power factor are 20817.9184  A.

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### FAQs on kW To Amps Calculator

1. What is the fastest way to convert kW To Amp?

The fastest way to convert kW To Amp is by using our handy free tool i.e. kW To Amps Calculator.

2. How many amps are in 4 power and 1 voltage through the DC method?

4 power and 1 voltage are always equal to 4000 Amps.

3. How to convert kW To Amps directly?

To convert the kW To Amps directly use the above formula to obtain the answer in the Kilowatts factor.