# Power Conversion Calculator

### Instructions for Using the Power Conversion Calculator

**Select Power Type**:- Locate the dropdown menu labeled
**“Power Type”.** - Select the type of power you want to convert from the following options:
- Direct Current (DC)
- Alternating Current (AC) Single Phase
- AC Three Phase (Line to Line Voltage)
- AC Three Phase (Line to Neutral Voltage)

- Locate the dropdown menu labeled
**Enter Input Values**:- Depending on the selected power type, the relevant input fields will be displayed.

**For Direct Current (DC)**:- Enter the voltage (V) in the “Voltage (V)” input field.
- Enter the current (I) in the “Current (I)” input field.

**For AC Single Phase**:- Enter the voltage (V) in the “Voltage (V)” input field.
- Enter the current (I) in the “Current (I)” input field.
- Enter the power factor (PF) in the “Power Factor (PF)” input field.

**For AC Three Phase (Line to Line Voltage)**:- Enter the voltage (V) in the “Voltage (V)” input field.
- Enter the current (I) in the “Current (I)” input field.
- Enter the power factor (PF) in the “Power Factor (PF)” input field.

**For AC Three Phase (Line to Neutral Voltage)**:- Enter the voltage (V) in the “Voltage (V)” input field.
- Enter the current (I) in the “Current (I)” input field.
- Enter the power factor (PF) in the “Power Factor (PF)” input field.

**Calculate Power**:- After entering all the required values, click the
**“Calculate”**button. - The calculator will display the result in the highlighted box below the input fields.
- The calculation used to obtain the result will also be shown for reference.

- After entering all the required values, click the
**Reset the Calculator**:- To clear all input fields and reset the calculator, click the
**“Reset”**button. - The calculator will be ready for a new calculation.

- To clear all input fields and reset the calculator, click the

If you encounter any issues or have further questions, please consult additional resources or seek expert advice.

### Example Calculations

**Direct Current (DC)**:

- Suppose you want to calculate power for a DC circuit with 12 volts and 10 amps.
- Select
**“Direct Current (DC)”.** - Enter 12 in the
**“Voltage (V)”**field and 10 in the “Current (I)” field. - Click
**“Calculate”**. - The result will be 120 W, with the formula used being
**P = V × I.**

**AC Single Phase**:

- Suppose you want to calculate power for an AC single phase circuit with 230 volts, 5 amps, and a power factor of 0.8.
- Select
**“AC Single Phase”.** - Enter 230 in the “Voltage (V)” field, 5 in the “Current (I)” field, and 0.8 in the “Power Factor (PF)” field.
- Click
**“Calculate”.** - The result displayed will be 920 W, with the formula used being
**P = V × I × PF**.

**AC Three Phase (Line to Line Voltage)**:

- Suppose you want to calculate power for an AC three-phase line to line circuit with 400 volts, 10 amps, and a power factor of 0.9.
- Select
**“AC Three Phase (Line to Line Voltage)”.** - Enter 400 in the “Voltage (V)” field, 10 in the “Current (I)” field, and 0.9 in the “Power Factor (PF)” field.
- Click
**“Calculate”.** - The result displayed will be 6235.38 W, with the formula used being
**P = V × I × √3×PF**.

**AC Three Phase (Line to Neutral Voltage)**:

- Suppose you want to calculate power for an AC three-phase line to neutral circuit with 230 volts, 15 amps, and a power factor of 0.95.
- Select
**“AC Three Phase (Line to Neutral Voltage)**“. - Enter 230 in the “Voltage (V)” field, 15 in the “Current (I)” field, and 0.95 in the “Power Factor (PF)” field.
- Click
**“Calculate”.** - The result displayed will be 9795 W, with the formula used being
**P = V × I × 3 × PF.**

### Formulas for Power Conversion

**Direct Current (DC) Power Calculation**:

**Formula**:**P = V × I****Where**:**P**is the power in watts (W)**V**is the voltage in volts (V)**I**is the current in amperes (A)

**AC Single Phase Power Calculation**:

**Formula**:**P = V × I × PF****Where**:**P**is the power in watts (W)**V**is the voltage in volts (V)**I**is the current in amperes (A)**PF**is the power factor (dimensionless)

**AC Three Phase Power Calculation (Line to Line Voltage)**:

**Formula**:**P = V × I × √3 × PF****Where**:**P**is the power in watts (W)**V**is the voltage in volts (V)**I**is the current in amperes (A)**√3**is the square root of 3 (approximately 1.732)**PF**is the power factor (dimensionless)

**AC Three Phase Power Calculation (Line to Neutral Voltage)**:

**Formula**:**P = V × I × 3 × PF****Where**:**P**is the power in watts (W)**V**is the voltage in volts (V)**I**is the current in amperes (A)**3**is the number of phases**PF**is the power factor (dimensionless)