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-- Ohm's Law Calculator --

|| Find the values of Resistor, Voltage & Current in Ohm's Law ||

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Ohms's Law Calculator

Value Finder

Vin (Supply Voltage) I (Current) R (Resistance)

Note: Enter only numbers. For example for 1m volt the value should be entered has 0.001, for 1m Amps the value should be entered has 0.001 & for 1k resistor the value should be entered has 1000

Your Values Are

Vin (Supply Voltage) =

I =

R =


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Value Converter

How to convert to milli, kilo or mega?

  • 1. To convert to milli simply divide by 1000. For Example : 1m = 1/1000 = 0.001
  • 2. To convert to kilo simply multiply by 1000. For Example : 1k = 1*1000 = 1000
  • 3. To convert to mega simply multiply by 1000000. For Example : 1M = 1*1000000 = 1000000

Convert to milli

Converted Value =

Note : Enter only numbers. For example 1mA you need to enter only the 1

Convert to Kilo

Converted Value =

Note : Enter only numbers. For example 1k you need to enter only the 1

Convert to Mega

Converted Value =

Note : Enter only numbers. For example 1M you need to enter only the 1

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Theory

Ohm's law states that the current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points.

ohms law

where I is the current through the conductor in units of amperes, V is the voltage measured across the conductor in units of volts, and R is the resistance of the conductor in units of ohms.

The Ohm's law or the proportional form can be given has

ohms law

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⌚ Tool Posted On : June 2017


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