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Volts To Kilovolts (kV) Converter
Conversion Rule

M(kV) = M(V) x 10-3

[ Where, M is a variable in kV and V ]

Examples

Example 1. Convert 70 volt to kilovolt.

Solution!
  • 1 V = 10-3 kV.
  • 70 V = 70÷1000 kV.
  • 70 V = 7x10-2 kV.

Example 2. Convert 55 volt to kilovolt.

Solution!
  • 1 V = 10-3kV.
  • 55 V = 55÷1000 kV.
  • 55 V = 55x10-3 kV.

Example 3. Convert 73.5 volt to kilovolt.

Solution!
  • 1 V = 10-3 kV.
  • 73.5 V = 73.5÷1000 kV.
  • 73.5 V = 73.5x10-3 kV.
Standard Electrical Units of Measure
Parameter Unit Symbol Formula
Voltage Volt V or E V = I × R
Current Ampere I or i I = V ÷ R
Resistance Ohm R or Ω R = V ÷ I
Conductance Siemen G or ℧ G = 1 ÷ R
Capacitance Farad C C = Q ÷ V
Charge Coulomb Q Q = C × V
Inductance Henry L ot H VL = -L(di/dt)
Power Watts W P = V × I or I2 × R
Impedance Ohm Z Z2 = R2 + X2
Frequency Hertz Hz ƒ = 1 ÷ T
Useful Information
1 V = 10-3 kV 20 V = 2x10-4 kV
2 V = 2x10-3 kV 30 V = 3x10-4 kV
3 V = 3x10-3 kV 30 V = 3x10-4 kV
4 V = 4x10-3 kV 40 V = 4x10-4 kV
5 V = 5x10-3 kV 50 V = 5x10-4 kV
6 V = 6x10-3 kV 60 V = 6x10-4 kV
7 V = 7x10-3 kV 70 V = 7x10-4 kV
8 V = 8x10-3 kV 80 V = 8x10-4 kV
9 V = 9x10-3 kV 90 V = 9x10-4 kV
10 V = 10-4 kV 100 V = 10-5 kV