The answer is one Volt is equal to 1 Watt/Ampere. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Volt to Watt/Ampere. Just simply enter value 1 in Agate Line and see the result in Watt/Ampere.
By using our Volt to Watt/Ampere conversion tool, you know that one Volt is equivalent to 1 Watt/Ampere. Hence, to convert Volt to Watt/Ampere, we just need to multiply the number by 1. We are going to use very simple Volt to Watt/Ampere conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.
Convert 1 Volt to Watt/Ampere ⇒ 1 Volt = 1 × 1 = 1 Watt/Ampere
Volt is a unit of measurement for electric potential. By definition, difference in electric potential across a wire is considered to be one volt when an electric current of one ampere dissipates one watt of power.
The symbol of Volt is V. This means you can also write one Volt as 1 V.
Watt per ampere is a unit of measurement for electric potential. By definition, difference in electric potential across a wire is considered to be one watt per ampere when an electric current of one ampere dissipates one watt of power.
The symbol of Watt/Ampere is W/A. This means you can also write one Watt/Ampere as 1 W/A.
|Volt [V]||Watt/Ampere [W/A]|
|1 Volt in Watt/Ampere is Equal to||1|
|1 Volt in Kilovolt is Equal to||0.001|
|1 Volt in Megavolt is Equal to||0.000001|
|1 Volt in Millivolt is Equal to||1000|
|1 Volt in Microvolt is Equal to||1000000|
|1 Volt in Abvolt is Equal to||100000000|
|1 Volt in EMU of Electric Potential is Equal to||100000000|
|1 Volt in Statvolt is Equal to||0.0033356399951027|
|1 Volt in ESU of Electric Potential is Equal to||0.0033356399951027|
|1 Volt in Nanovolt is Equal to||1000000000|
|1 Volt in Picovolt is Equal to||1000000000000|
|1 Volt in Gigavolt is Equal to||1e-9|
|1 Volt in Teravolt is Equal to||1e-12|
|1 Volt in Planck Voltage is Equal to||9.5881873531809e-28|