- Watt definition
- Watt to mW, kW, MW, GW, dBm, dBW conversion calculator
- Table of unit prefixes of watt
- How to convert watts to kilowatts
- How to convert watts to milliwatts
- How to convert watts to dBm
- How to convert watts to amps
- How to convert watts to volts
- How to convert watts to ohms
- How to convert watts to btu
- How to convert watts to joules
- How to convert watts to horsepower
- How to convert watts to kVA
- How to convert watts to VA
- Power consumption table

Watt is the unit of power (symbol: W).

The watt unit is named after James Watt, the inventor of the steam engine.

One watt is defined as the energy consumption rate of one joule per second.

1W = 1J / 1s

One watt is also defined as the current flow of one ampere with voltage of one volt.

1W = 1V × 1A

Convert watt to milliwatt, kilowatt, megawatt, gigawatt, dBm, dBW.

Enter the power in one of the text boxes and press the *Convert* button:

name | symbol | conversion | example |
---|---|---|---|

picowatt | pW | 1pW = 10^{-12 }W |
P_{ }= 10 pW |

nanowatt | nW | 1nW = 10^{-9 }W |
P_{ }= 10 nW |

microwatt | μW | 1μW = 10^{-6 }W |
P_{ }= 10 μW |

milliwatt | mW | 1mW = 10^{-3 }W |
P = 10 mW |

watt | W | - | P = 10 W |

kilowatt | kW | 1kW = 10^{3 }W |
P_{ }= 2 kW |

megawatt | MW | 1MW = 10^{6 }W |
P_{ }= 5 MW |

gigawatt | GW | 1GW = 10^{9 }W |
P_{ }= 5 GW |

The power P in kilowatts (kW) is equal to the power P in watts (W) divided by 1000:

*P*_{(kW)} = *P*_{(W)} / 1000

Convert 1100W to kilowatts:

*P*_{(kW)} = 1100W / 1000 = 1.1kW

Convert 1900W to kilowatts:

*P*_{(kW)} = 1900W / 1000 = 1.9kW

The power P in milliwatts (mW) is equal to the power P in watts (W) times 1000:

*P*_{(mW)} = *P*_{(W)} ⋅ 1000

Convert 2W to milliwatts:

*P*_{(mW)} = 1000 ⋅ 2W = 2000mW

Convert 9W to milliwatts:

*P*_{(mW)} = 1000 ⋅ 9W = 9000mW

The power P in decibel-milliwatts (dBm) is equal to 10 times base 10 logarithm of the power P in milliwatts (mW) divided by 1 milliwatt:

*P*_{(dBm)} = 10 ⋅ log_{10}( *P*_{(mW)} / 1mW)

Convert 25 watts to dBm:

*P*_{(dBm)} = 10 ⋅ log_{10}(1000⋅20W) = 43.979400087dBm

Convert 55 watts to dBm:

*P*_{(dBm)} = 10 ⋅ log_{10}(1000⋅55W) = 47.403626895dBm

The current I in ampers (A) is equal to the power P in watts (W) divided by the voltage V in volts (V):

*I*_{(A)} = *P*_{(W)} / *V*_{(V)}

*P* = 200W, *V* = 50V

*I* = 200W / 50V = 4A

*P* = 300W, *V* = 50V

*I* = 300W / 50V = 6A

The voltage V in volts (V) is equal to the power P in watts (W) divided by the current I in ampers (A):

*V*_{(V)} = *P*_{(W)} / *I*_{(A)}

What is the voltage in volts when the power consumption is 90 watts and the current flow is 3 amps?

*V* = 90W / 3A = 30V

What is the voltage in volts when the power consumption is 135 watts and the current flow is 3 amps?

*V* = 135W / 3A = 45V

*R*_{(Ω)} = *P*_{(W) }*/ I*_{(A)}^{2}

*R*_{(Ω)} = *V*_{(V)}^{2}/* P*_{(W)}

*P*_{(BTU/hr)} = 3.412142 ⋅ *P*_{(W)}

Convert 7000W to BTUs per hour:

*P*_{(BTU/hr)} = 3.412141633 ⋅ 7000W = 23884.991431 BTU/hr

Convert 15000W to BTUs per hour:

*P*_{(BTU/hr)} = 3.412141633 ⋅ 15000W = 51182.124495 BTU/hr

*E*_{(J)} = *P*_{(W)} ⋅ *t*_{(s)}

What is the energy consumption of an electrical circuit that has power consumption of 50 watts for time duration of 3 seconds?

*E*_{(J)} = 50W × 3s = 150J

What is the energy consumption of an electrical circuit that has power consumption of 80 watts for time duration of 3 seconds?

*E*_{(J)} = 80W × 3s = 240J

*P*_{(HP)} = *P*_{(W) }/ 746

Convert 16W to electrical horsepower:

*P*_{(hp)} = 16W / 746 = 0.02144772118 hp

Convert 26W to electrical horsepower:

*P*_{(hp)} = 26W / 746 = 0.034852546917 hp

The real power P in watts (W) is equal to 1000 times the apparent power S in kilo-volt-amperes (kVA) times the power factor (PF) or cosine of the phase angle φ:

*P*_{(W)} = 1000 ⋅ S_{(kVA)} ⋅ *PF* = 1000 ⋅ *S*_{(kVA)} ⋅ cos *φ*

The real power P in watts (W) is equal to the apparent power S in volt-amperes (VA) times the power factor (PF) or cosine of the phase angle φ:

*P*_{(W)} = *S*_{(VA)} ⋅ *PF* = *S*_{(VA)} ⋅ cos *φ*

How many watts does a house use? How many watts does a TV use? How many watts does a refrigerator use?

Electric component | Typical power consumption in watts |
---|---|

LCD TV | 30..300 W |

LCD monitor | 30..45 W |

PC desktop computer | 300..400 W |

Laptop computer | 40..60 W |

Refrigerator | 150..300 W (when active) |

Light bulb | 25..100 W |

Fluorescent light | 15..60 W |

Halogen light | 30..80 W |

Speaker | 10..300 W |

Microwave | 100..1000 W |

Air conditioner | 1..2 kW |

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