Power Converter

# Power Converter

## Power Converter

Welcome to the Power Converter! With this powerful tool, you can effortlessly convert between different units of Power. Whether you’re working with Watt, Kilowatt, Megawatt, Gigawatt, Horsepower, Metric Horsepower, Erg per second, Calorie per second, British Thermal Unit per hour, Foot-pound per minute, or Ton of refrigeration, our converter has got you covered.

Using our user-friendly interface, simply input the power value in your desired unit, and our converter will swiftly provide you with the equivalent power in all other units. Our Power Converter will simplify your calculations and ensure accuracy.

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## What is Power?

In physics, power is the rate at which work is done. It is the amount of energy transferred or converted per unit time. In the International System of Units (SI), the unit of power is the watt, equal to one joule per second.

Power is a scalar quantity, meaning that it has only magnitude and no direction. It is often represented by the symbol P. The formula for power is:

Power = Work / Time

Fortunately, the advent of power converter tools has simplified the process of converting between different power units. These tools enable users to seamlessly switch between units such as watt, kilowatt, megawatt, gigawatt, horsepower, metric horsepower, erg per second, calorie per second, British thermal unit per hour, foot-pound per minute, and a ton of refrigeration.

Although there are many units of Power, this Power converter only supports: 1. Watt
2. Kilowatt
3. Megawatt
4. Gigawatt
5. Horsepower
6. Metric Horsepower
7. Erg per second
8. Calorie per second
9. British Thermal Unit per hour
10. Foot-pound per minute
11. Ton of refrigeration
 1 Revolutions = 1 Circles = 360 Degrees = 21600 Minute of Arc = 129600 Arc Second = 2π Radians = 400 Gradians = 6400 Mils

### Watt

The watt is the standard unit of power in the International System of Units (SI). It measures the rate at which energy is transferred or work is done. One watt is equal to one joule per second (1 W = 1 J/s).

 Conversion table of Watt Watt to Kilowatt: 1 watt = 0.001 kilowattWatt to Megawatt: 1 watt = 1e-6 megawattWatt to Gigawatt: 1 watt = 1e-9 gigawattWatt to Horsepower: 1 watt = 0.00134102 horsepowerWatt to Metric Horsepower: 1 watt = 0.00135962 metric horsepowerWatt to Erg per second: 1 watt = 10^7 erg/sWatt to Calorie per second: 1 watt = 0.238845 calorie/sWatt to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 watt = 3.41214 Btu/hWatt to Foot-pound per minute: 1 watt = 44.2537 ft-lb/minWatt to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 watt = 0.000284345 ton of refrigeration

### Kilowatt

The kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts. It is commonly used to measure the power output or consumption of electrical devices, such as appliances, electric motors, and generators.

 Conversion table of  Kilowatt Kilowatt to Watt: 1 kilowatt = 1000 wattsKilowatt to Megawatt: 1 kilowatt = 0.001 megawattKilowatt to Gigawatt: 1 kilowatt = 1e-6 gigawattKilowatt to Horsepower: 1 kilowatt = 1.34102 horsepowerKilowatt to Metric Horsepower: 1 kilowatt = 1.35962 metric horsepowerKilowatt to Erg per second: 1 kilowatt = 10^10 erg/sKilowatt to Calorie per second: 1 kilowatt = 238.845 calorie/sKilowatt to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 kilowatt = 3412.14 Btu/hKilowatt to Foot-pound per minute: 1 kilowatt = 44253.7 ft-lb/minKilowatt to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 kilowatt = 0.284345 ton of refrigeration

### Megawatt

The megawatt is equal to 1 million watts or 1,000 kilowatts. It is often used to measure the power output of large-scale power plants or to describe the capacity of electrical generation or consumption on a large scale.

 Conversion table of  Magewatt Megawatt to Watt: 1 megawatt = 1e+6 wattsMegawatt to Kilowatt: 1 megawatt = 1000 kilowattsMegawatt to Gigawatt: 1 megawatt = 0.001 gigawattMegawatt to Horsepower: 1 megawatt = 1341.02 horsepowerMegawatt to Metric Horsepower: 1 megawatt = 1359.62 metric horsepowerMegawatt to Erg per second: 1 megawatt = 10^13 erg/sMegawatt to Calorie per second: 1 megawatt = 2.38845e+5 calorie/sMegawatt to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 megawatt = 3.41214e+6 Btu/hMegawatt to Foot-pound per minute: 1 megawatt = 4.42537e+7 ft-lb/minMegawatt to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 megawatt = 284.345 ton of refrigeration

### Gigawatt

The gigawatt is equal to 1 billion watts or 1 million kilowatts. It is typically used to describe the power capacity of extremely large power plants, such as nuclear power stations.

 Conversion table of  Gigawatt Gigawatt to Watt: 1 gigawatt = 1e+9 wattsGigawatt to Kilowatt: 1 gigawatt = 1e+6 kilowattsGigawatt to Megawatt: 1 gigawatt = 1000 megawattsGigawatt to Horsepower: 1 gigawatt = 1.34102e+6 horsepowerGigawatt to Metric Horsepower: 1 gigawatt = 1.35962e+6 metric horsepowerGigawatt to Erg per second: 1 gigawatt = 10^16 erg/sGigawatt to Calorie per second: 1 gigawatt = 2.38845e+8 calorie/sGigawatt to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 gigawatt = 3.41214e+9 Btu/hGigawatt to Foot-pound per minute: 1 gigawatt = 4.42537e+10 ft-lb/minGigawatt to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 gigawatt = 2.84345e+5 ton of refrigeration

### Horsepower

Horsepower is a unit of power commonly used in the automotive and industrial sectors. It originated from comparing the power of steam engines to the power exerted by horses. There are various definitions of horsepower, but one mechanical horsepower (hp) is approximately equal to 745.7 watts.

 Conversion table of Horsepower Horsepower to Watt: 1 horsepower = 745.7 wattsHorsepower to Kilowatt: 1 horsepower = 0.7457 kilowattsHorsepower to Megawatt: 1 horsepower = 0.0007457 megawattsHorsepower to Gigawatt: 1 horsepower = 7.457e-7 gigawattsHorsepower to Metric Horsepower: 1 horsepower = 1.01387 metric horsepowerHorsepower to Erg per second: 1 horsepower = 7.458e+7 erg/sHorsepower to Calorie per second: 1 horsepower = 1.55961 calorie/sHorsepower to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 horsepower = 2.54545 Btu/hHorsepower to Foot-pound per minute: 1 horsepower = 33000 ft-lb/minHorsepower to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 horsepower = 0.0833333 ton of refrigeration

### Metric Horsepower

Metric horsepower is a unit of power used in some European countries. It is equal to 75 kilogram-force meters per second (kgf·m/s) or approximately 735.5 watts.

 Conversion table of Metric Horsepower Metric Horsepower to Watt: 1 metric horsepower = 735.499 wattsMetric Horsepower to Kilowatt: 1 metric horsepower = 0.735499 kilowattsMetric Horsepower to Megawatt: 1 metric horsepower = 0.000735499 megawattsMetric Horsepower to Gigawatt: 1 metric horsepower = 7.35499e-7 gigawattsMetric Horsepower to Horsepower: 1 metric horsepower = 0.98632 horsepowerMetric Horsepower to Erg per second: 1 metric horsepower = 7354987 erg/sMetric Horsepower to Calorie per second: 1 metric horsepower = 1.55961 calorie/sMetric Horsepower to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 metric horsepower = 2.54443 Btu/hMetric Horsepower to Foot-pound per minute: 1 metric horsepower = 33070.6 ft-lb/minMetric Horsepower to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 metric horsepower = 0.0826446 ton of refrigeration

### Erg per second

The erg per second is a unit of power in the CGS (centimeter-gram-second) system. It is equal to one erg of work done or energy transferred per second.

 Conversion table of Erg per second Erg per second to Watt: 1 erg/s = 0.0000001 wattsErg per second to Kilowatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-10 kilowattsErg per second to Megawatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-13 megawattsErg per second to Gigawatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-16 gigawattsErg per second to Horsepower: 1 erg/s = 1.34102e-7 horsepowerErg per second to Metric Horsepower: 1 erg/s = 1.35962e-7 metric horsepowerErg per second to Calorie per second: 1 erg/s = 0.000000238845 calorie/sErg per second to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 erg/s = 3.41214e-10 Btu/hErg per second to Foot-pound per minute: 1 erg/s = 4.42537e-9 ft-lb/minErg per second to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 erg/s = 2.84345e-14 ton of refrigeration

### Calorie per second

The calorie per second is a unit of power commonly used in nutrition and thermodynamics. It represents the rate at which energy is expended or consumed, with one calorie per second being equivalent to approximately 4.184 watts.

 Conversion table of Calorie per second Calorie per second to Watt: 1 calorie/s = 4.1868 wattsCalorie per second to Kilowatt: 1 calorie/s = 0.0041868 kilowattsCalorie per second to Megawatt: 1 calorie/s = 4.1868e-6 megawattsCalorie per second to Gigawatt: 1 calorie/s = 4.1868e-9 gigawattsCalorie per second to Horsepower: 1 calorie/s = 0.00561459 horsepowerCalorie per second to Metric Horsepower: 1 calorie/s = 0.0057189 metric horsepowerCalorie per second to Erg per second: 1 calorie/s = 41868000 erg/sCalorie per second to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 calorie/s = 1.434e+1 Btu/hCalorie per second to Foot-pound per minute: 1 calorie/s = 1.86832e+2 ft-lb/minCalorie per second to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 calorie/s = 9.4782e-5 ton of refrigeration

### British thermal unit per hour (BTU/h)

The British thermal unit per hour is a unit of power commonly used in the United States to measure heating and cooling capacities. One BTU/h is equal to approximately 0.293 watts.

 Conversion table of BTU/h Erg per second to Watt: 1 erg/s = 0.0000001 wattsErg per second to Kilowatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-10 kilowattsErg per second to Megawatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-13 megawattsErg per second to Gigawatt: 1 erg/s = 1e-16 gigawattsErg per second to Horsepower: 1 erg/s = 1.34102e-7 horsepowerErg per second to Metric Horsepower: 1 erg/s = 1.35962e-7 metric horsepowerErg per second to Calorie per second: 1 erg/s = 0.000000238845 calorie/sErg per second to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 erg/s = 3.41214e-10 Btu/hErg per second to Foot-pound per minute: 1 erg/s = 4.42537e-9 ft-lb/minErg per second to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 erg/s = 2.84345e-14 ton of refrigeration

### Foot-pound per minute

Foot-pound per minute (ft-lb/min): The foot-pound per minute is a unit of power often used to measure the torque or work done by engines or machinery. It represents the power required to lift one pound of weight by one foot in one minute.

 Conversion table of  Foot-pound per minute (ft-lb/min) Foot-pound per minute to Watt: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.0225969 wattsFoot-pound per minute to Kilowatt: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.0000225969 kilowattsFoot-pound per minute to Megawatt: 1 ft-lb/min = 2.25969e-8 megawattsFoot-pound per minute to Gigawatt: 1 ft-lb/min = 2.25969e-11 gigawattsFoot-pound per minute to Horsepower: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.000030303 horsepowerFoot-pound per minute to Metric Horsepower: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.0000308679 metric horsepowerFoot-pound per minute to Erg per second: 1 ft-lb/min = 181.084 erg/sFoot-pound per minute to Calorie per second: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.043844 calorie/sFoot-pound per minute to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 ft-lb/min = 0.252424 Btu/hFoot-pound per minute to Ton of Refrigeration: 1 ft-lb/min = 6.74618e-6 ton of refrigeration

### Ton of refrigeration

A ton of refrigeration is a unit of power used in the field of refrigeration and air conditioning. It measures the cooling capacity required to freeze or cool one short ton (2,000 pounds) of water by one degree Fahrenheit in 24 hours. It is approximately equal to 12,000 BTU/h or 3.516 kilowatts.

 Conversion table of  Ton of refrigeration Ton of Refrigeration to Watt: 1 ton of refrigeration = 3516.85 wattsTon of Refrigeration to Kilowatt: 1 ton of refrigeration = 3.51685 kilowattsTon of Refrigeration to Megawatt: 1 ton of refrigeration = 0.00351685 megawattsTon of Refrigeration to Gigawatt: 1 ton of refrigeration = 3.51685e-6 gigawattsTon of Refrigeration to Horsepower: 1 ton of refrigeration = 4.71428 horsepowerTon of Refrigeration to Metric Horsepower: 1 ton of refrigeration = 4.78245 metric horsepowerTon of Refrigeration to Erg per second: 1 ton of refrigeration = 3.51685e+9 erg/sTon of Refrigeration to Calorie per second: 1 ton of refrigeration = 7.50293 calorie/sTon of Refrigeration to British Thermal Unit per hour: 1 ton of refrigeration = 2544.43 Btu/hTon of Refrigeration to Foot-pound per minute: 1 ton of refrigeration = 3.72506e+7 ft-lb/min

## Conclusion

In conclusion, our Power Converter provides a powerful and convenient solution for converting power between different units of power measurement. Whether you’re working with watt, kilowatt, megawatt, gigawatt, horsepower, metric horsepower, erg per second, calorie per second, British thermal unit per hour, foot-pound per minute, or a ton of refrigeration, our converter effortlessly handles the task.

With our Power Converter, you can easily perform conversions such as:

• Watt to Kilowatt
• Watt to Megawatt
• Watt to Gigawatt
• Watt to Horsepower
• Watt to Metric horsepower
• Watt to Erg per second
• Watt to Calorie per second
• Watt to British thermal unit per hour
• Watt to Foot-pound per minute
• Watt to Ton of refrigeration
• Kilowatt to Watt
• Kilowatt to Megawatt
• Kilowatt to Gigawatt
• Kilowatt to Horsepower
• Kilowatt to Metric horsepower
• Kilowatt to Erg per second
• Kilowatt to Calorie per second
• Kilowatt to British thermal unit per hour
• Kilowatt to Foot-pound per minute
• Kilowatt to Ton of refrigeration
• Megawatt to Watt
• Megawatt to Kilowatt
• Megawatt to Gigawatt
• Megawatt to Horsepower
• Megawatt to Metric horsepower
• Megawatt to Erg per second
• Megawatt to Calorie per second
• Megawatt to British thermal unit per hour
• Megawatt to Foot-pound per minute
• Megawatt to Ton of refrigeration
• Gigawatt to Watt
• Gigawatt to Kilowatt
• Gigawatt to Megawatt
• Gigawatt to Horsepower
• Gigawatt to Metric horsepower
• Gigawatt to Erg per second
• Gigawatt to Calorie per second
• Gigawatt to British thermal unit per hour
• Gigawatt to Foot-pound per minute
• Gigawatt to Ton of refrigeration
• Horsepower to Watt
• Horsepower to Kilowatt
• Horsepower to Megawatt
• Horsepower to Gigawatt
• Horsepower to Metric horsepower
• Horsepower to Erg per second
• Horsepower to Calorie per second
• Horsepower to British thermal unit per hour
• Horsepower to Foot-pound per minute
• Horsepower to Ton of refrigeration
• Metric horsepower to Watt
• Metric horsepower to Kilowatt
• Metric horsepower to Megawatt
• Metric horsepower to Gigawatt
• Metric horsepower to Horsepower
• Metric horsepower to Erg per second
• Metric horsepower to Calorie per second
• Metric horsepower to British thermal unit per hour
• Metric horsepower to Foot-pound per minute
• Metric horsepower to Ton of refrigeration
• Erg per second to Watt
• Erg per second to Kilowatt
• Erg per second to Megawatt
• Erg per second to Gigawatt
• Erg per second to Horsepower
• Erg per second to Metric horsepower
• Erg per second to Calorie per second
• Erg per second to British thermal unit per hour
• Erg per second to Foot-pound per minute
• Erg per second to Ton of refrigeration
• Calorie per second to Watt
• Calorie per second to Kilowatt
• Calorie per second to Megawatt
• Calorie per second to Gigawatt
• Calorie per second to Horsepower
• Calorie per second to Metric horsepower
• Calorie per second to Erg per second
• Calorie per second to British thermal unit per hour
• Calorie per second to Foot-pound per minute
• Calorie per second to Ton of refrigeration
• British thermal unit per hour to Watt
• British thermal unit per hour to Kilowatt
• British thermal unit per hour to Megawatt
• British thermal unit per hour to Gigawatt
• British thermal unit per hour to Horsepower
• British thermal unit per hour to Metric horsepower
• British thermal unit per hour to Erg per second
• British thermal unit per hour to Calorie per second
• British thermal unit per hour to Foot-pound per minute
• British thermal unit per hour to Ton of refrigeration
• Foot-pound per minute to Watt
• Foot-pound per minute to Kilowatt
• Foot-pound per minute to Megawatt
• Foot-pound per minute to Gigawatt
• Foot-pound per minute to Horsepower
• Foot-pound per minute to Metric horsepower
• Foot-pound per minute to Erg per second
• Foot-pound per minute to Calorie per second
• Foot-pound per minute to British thermal unit per hour
• Foot-pound per minute to Ton of refrigeration
• Ton of refrigeration to Watt
• Ton of refrigeration to Kilowatt
• Ton of refrigeration to Megawatt
• Ton of refrigeration to Gigawatt
• Ton of refrigeration to Horsepower
• Ton of refrigeration to Metric horsepower
• Ton of refrigeration to Erg per second
• Ton of refrigeration to Calorie per second
• Ton of refrigeration to British thermal unit per hour
• Ton of refrigeration to Foot-pound per minute
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