Convert KW to Amps?

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The current 'I' in amps is the equivalent to a thousand times the power 'P' in kilowatts, divided by the voltage V in volts. Therefore, amps = 1000 × kilowatts / volts (A = 1000 × kW / V).
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1. Find out the voltage on the device or the system (it is usually listed) and write the number down. 2. Convert kilowatts to watts by multiplying the number of kilowatts by 1,000
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In order to convert kilowatts to amps, multiply kilowatts by 1000 and divide by volts: amps = 1000 × kilowatts / volts.
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Multiply KW by 1000/voltage and then by power factor. Example: 30KW multiplied by
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Kilowatts is a measure of power. Amps is a measure of current. Power in Watts = Voltage x Current in Amps. If you are using a device connected to a 110 Volt supply, and it draws 20
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There are no Amps in kilowatt this because the amount of kilowatt is obtained from a product of current (amp) and voltage. In other words Watts is a function of current (amp) and voltage.
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