In Physics power is the defined as the work done over the period of time. In other words power can also be describes as the amount of energy consumed in a given unit of time.
Power is categories into:
- Electric Power: is defined as the rate of energy consumption in an electrical circuit.
- Mechanical Power: is the product of torque generated by the motor and the angular velocity of its output shaft.
- Physical concept of power: is defined as rate of doing work
Power is a scalar quantity i.e it is a one dimensional quantity with no direction.
Watts to Kilogram-Watts
Ratio between Watts and Kilogram-Watts is given below
1 Watts = 0.001 Kilogram-Watts
Convert 600 Watts to Kilogram-Watts?
P(W) = 0.001 * 600 P(kW) i.e. 0.6 P(kW)
In the similar fashion Kilogram-Watts can be converted into Newton. Ratio between Kilogram-Watts and Watts is :
1 Kilogram-Watts = 1000 Watts
Watts to Decible milliwatts
Formula to convert watts to decible milliwatts is
P(dBm) = 10 * log10( P(W) / 1W) + 30
Convert 10 watts to decible milliwatts?
P(dbm) = 10 * log10( 10 * P(W) / 1W) + 30 i.e. 40.00000000000001 P(dbm)
Watts to Decible watts
Formula to convert watts to decible watts is
P(dBW) = 10 * log10( P(W) / 1W)
Convert 10 watts to decible watts?
P(dbW) = 10 * log10( 10 * P(W) / 1W) i.e. 10.00000000000002 P(dbW)
Conversion Table: Power Conversion Table