# Power Converter

**From: Meter(m)**

**To: Meter(m)**

When we discuss the electricity according to physics, it is the transmission of the amount of energy per unit time and Watt is the derived unit of power which according to International System of Units is one joule per second. Sometimes instead of Watts, the word horsepower is used to represent the amount of electricity.

The power calculator allows you to stay away from all the tiring manual efforts and turn your desired unit of power into others. The **AC to DC** Converter tool lets you turn your numbers into other units of energy from any part of the world, and all it asks for is a constant internet connection.

All the items that you are using at home today come with power mentioned over them. If you don’t know a light bulb used at homes comes in different sizes and they produce a lot of heat, which is why they aren’t preferred in small lamps; therefore, a miniature version of sixty watts is used to save the light from burning up. Also, you will need the Kilowatt to Megawatt converter online tool to calculate how much power is being used at your home.

This is one way of analyzing so that you can take appropriate actions in order to prevent excess usage of energy. The primary purpose of the Power Converter on our website is to aid you in making all kind of calculations.

You can even take care of your errors made in Physics calculations, as a subject you can solve all of your numerical problems without requiring any extra formulas or at the house for decreasing the load of energy.

The electric converter for Europe doesn’t require you to work with equations or ask for any manual calculations; all you have to do is throw the number at it for conversion to other units, and you will get your results instantly.

You can use the travel Online Power Conversion anywhere in the world as the values for all units are the same. The Power Supply Calculator can also be used for measuring foot-pound force, which is generally used in engineer and all the gravitational systems used in the US. You can follow the below-given steps for calculating watts and other units of power.

- On the page of “
**MW to KW**” you will find a title “From” followed by the highlighted tool from the window of units under it, this is where you will select the current unit you wish to turn from. Also, there is a small text field right below the tools for entering the value which you desire to shift. - When you are done with the first column of the international power supply calculator, head for the next section where you will find the title “
**To**,” under it, you will see the units in which you can transform after selecting them. When you click on one of the units from this section, the results will be shown in the text field below the title.

As you know, that power is represented as W and KW where a thousand watts make up a kilowatt there is another term which is known as kilowatt-hour. So, if the products or machinery you are using asks for 1.5 KW means it requires for 1500 watts and if it is in the form of 0.8 kW then it means it needs 800 watts to run. As electricity is consumed, power is the rate at which it devours. In short, the items that say it needs five hundred watts doesn’t mean it consumes the same units of electricity but uses it at a figure of 500W.

The actual energy or power which is used is represented in kWh. Usage of a machine that asks for more eleven hundred watts one hour, you approximately consume one kWh of electricity which can also be defined as one unit.

If you are looking forward to making a chart on how much power your appliances are consuming, then you can go with this formula. As all the machines have the amount of energy they require to run, written on them, you can note it down and check for how many hours do you use it in one day.

When you have all the details, you can use the formula (Watts x the hours used in a day) and divide it by thousand. The units you got can then be multiplied with the days in a month to get your final monthly units usage.

The formula, however, doesn’t work quite well against machines that ask for too much power. So, it is better to stick to the calculations here on our **KW to MW** Converter 220 to 110.