**Kilowatts and ampere** are the units of two different parameters of electricity. While the former quantifies the amount of power consumed by a load at any instant the latter quantifies the amount of current drawn by the load. You can use the following **calculator** to convert kilowatt to ampere (kw to amps). Enter the kW, voltage, **type of voltage** and power factor for calculation.

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## How to convert kilowatts to ampere?

Since kilowatt (kW) is a measure of power and Ampere (amp or A) is the measure of current, kW cannot be directly converted into ampere or vice versa. Below are the formulae used to convert **kilowatts to amperes (kW to amps)**.

**One kilowatt = 1000 watts**

## DC – kilowatts (kW) to ampere (amps)

**For any DC circuit, **Current, I = 1000 x kW / Vdc

Where Vdc is the applied DC voltage.

Therefore, amps can be calculated from DC – kW by dividing kilowatt by voltage and multiplying it by 1000.

## Single Phase AC – kW to amps

**For any single-phase AC circuit, **Current, I = 1000 x kW / (Vac x P.F.)

Where Vac is the RMS value of the applied AC voltage and P.F. is the power factor of the load

Therefore, amps can be calculated from AC – kW by dividing kW by the product of the RMS value of applied AC voltage and power factor and multiplying it by 1000.

## Three Phase AC – kW to amps

For a three-phase AC circuit, **if the line to line voltage is known**, ampere can be calculated from kW using the following formula.

**For any three-phase AC circuit, **Current, I = 1000 x kW / (√3 x V_{L} x P.F.)

Where V_{L} is the RMS value of the applied line voltage and P.F. is the power factor of the load

Therefore, amps can be calculated from AC – kW by dividing kW by √3 times the product of the RMS value of applied line voltage, power factor and multiplying it by 1000.

For a three-phase AC circuit, **if the phase voltage is known**, ampere can be calculated from kW using the following formula.

**For any three-phase AC circuit, **Current, I = 1000 x kW / (3 x V_{ph} x P.F.)

Where V_{ph} is the RMS value of the applied phase voltage and P.F. is the power factor of the load

Therefore, amps can be calculated from AC – kW by dividing kW by 3 times the product of the RMS value of applied phase voltage, power factor and multiplying it by 1000.

## kW to amps reference table

## DC kilowatts to amps (kW to amps)

Kilowatt | Amps at 110Vdc | Amps at 220Vdc |
---|---|---|

1.0 kW | 9.09 A | 4.55 A |

1.1 kW | 10.00 A | 5.00 A |

1.5 kW | 13.64 A | 6.82 A |

2.0 kW | 18.18 A | 9.09 A |

2.2 kW | 20.00 A | 10.00 A |

3.0 kW | 27.27 A | 13.64 A |

4.0 kW | 36.36 A | 18.18 A |

5.5 kW | 50.00 A | 25.00 A |

7.5 kW | 68.18 A | 34.09 A |

11.0 kW | 100.00 A | 50.00 A |

15.0 kW | 136.36 A | 68.18 A |

18.5 kW | 168.18 A | 84.09 A |

22.0 kW | 200.00 A | 100.00 A |

30.0 kW | 272.73 A | 136.36 A |

37.0 kW | 336.36 A | 168.18 A |

45.0 kW | 409.09 A | 204.55 A |

55.0 kW | 500.00 A | 250.00 A |

75.0 kW | 681.82 A | 340.91 A |

90.0 kW | 818.18 A | 409.09 A |

110.0 kW | 1000.00 A | 500.00 A |

132.0 kW | 1200.00 A | 600.00 A |

160.0 kW | 1454.55 A | 727.27 A |

200.0 kW | 1818.18 A | 909.09 A |

250.0 kW | 2272.73 A | 1136.36 A |

315.0 kW | 2863.64 A | 1431.82 A |

355.0 kW | 3227.27 A | 1613.64 A |

400.0 kW | 3636.36 A | 1818.18 A |

500.0 kW | 4545.45 A | 2272.73 A |

560.0 kW | 5090.91 A | 2545.45 A |

630.0 kW | 5727.27 A | 2863.64 A |

710.0 kW | 6454.55 A | 3227.27 A |

800.0 kW | 7272.73 A | 3636.36 A |

900.0 kW | 8181.82 A | 4090.91 A |

1000.0 kW | 9090.91 A | 4545.45 A |

### Single phase kilowatts to amps (kW to amps) at a P.F. of 0.95

Kilowatt | Amps at 120Vac | Amps at 220Vac | Amps at 230Vac |
---|---|---|---|

1.0 kW | 8.77 A | 4.78 A | 4.58 A |

1.1 kW | 9.65 A | 5.26 A | 5.03 A |

1.5 kW | 13.16 A | 7.18 A | 6.86 A |

2.0 kW | 17.54 A | 9.57 A | 9.15 A |

2.2 kW | 19.30 A | 10.53 A | 10.07 A |

3.0 kW | 26.32 A | 14.35 A | 13.73 A |

4.0 kW | 35.09 A | 19.14 A | 18.31 A |

5.5 kW | 48.25 A | 26.32 A | 25.17 A |

7.5 kW | 65.79 A | 35.89 A | 34.32 A |

11.0 kW | 96.49 A | 52.63 A | 50.34 A |

15.0 kW | 131.58 A | 71.77 A | 68.65 A |

18.5 kW | 162.28 A | 88.52 A | 84.67 A |

22.0 kW | 192.98 A | 105.26 A | 100.69 A |

30.0 kW | 263.16 A | 143.54 A | 137.30 A |

37.0 kW | 324.56 A | 177.03 A | 169.34 A |

45.0 kW | 394.74 A | 215.31 A | 205.95 A |

55.0 kW | 482.46 A | 263.16 A | 251.72 A |

75.0 kW | 657.89 A | 358.85 A | 343.25 A |

90.0 kW | 789.47 A | 430.62 A | 411.90 A |

110.0 kW | 964.91 A | 526.32 A | 503.43 A |

132.0 kW | 1157.89 A | 631.58 A | 604.12 A |

160.0 kW | 1403.51 A | 765.55 A | 732.27 A |

200.0 kW | 1754.39 A | 956.94 A | 915.33 A |

250.0 kW | 2192.98 A | 1196.17 A | 1144.16 A |

315.0 kW | 2763.16 A | 1507.18 A | 1441.65 A |

355.0 kW | 3114.04 A | 1698.56 A | 1624.71 A |

400.0 kW | 3508.77 A | 1913.88 A | 1830.66 A |

500.0 kW | 4385.96 A | 2392.34 A | 2288.33 A |

560.0 kW | 4912.28 A | 2679.43 A | 2562.93 A |

630.0 kW | 5526.32 A | 3014.35 A | 2883.30 A |

710.0 kW | 6228.07 A | 3397.13 A | 3249.43 A |

800.0 kW | 7017.54 A | 3827.75 A | 3661.33 A |

900.0 kW | 7894.74 A | 4306.22 A | 4118.99 A |

1000.0 kW | 8771.93 A | 4784.69 A | 4576.66 A |

### Three phase kilowatts to amps (kW to amps) at a P.F. of 0.95

Kilowatt | Amps at 208Vac | Amps at 280Vac | Amps at 415Vac | Amps at 440Vac | Amps at 690Vac |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

1.0 kW | 2.76 A | 2.17 A | 1.46 A | 1.38 A | 0.88 A |

1.1 kW | 3.04 A | 2.39 A | 1.61 A | 1.52 A | 0.97 A |

1.5 kW | 4.14 A | 3.26 A | 2.20 A | 2.07 A | 1.32 A |

2.0 kW | 5.53 A | 4.34 A | 2.93 A | 2.76 A | 1.76 A |

2.2 kW | 6.08 A | 4.78 A | 3.22 A | 3.04 A | 1.94 A |

3.0 kW | 8.29 A | 6.51 A | 4.39 A | 4.14 A | 2.64 A |

4.0 kW | 11.05 A | 8.68 A | 5.86 A | 5.53 A | 3.52 A |

5.5 kW | 15.19 A | 11.94 A | 8.05 A | 7.60 A | 4.84 A |

7.5 kW | 20.72 A | 16.28 A | 10.98 A | 10.36 A | 6.61 A |

11.0 kW | 30.39 A | 23.88 A | 16.11 A | 15.19 A | 9.69 A |

15.0 kW | 41.44 A | 32.56 A | 21.97 A | 20.72 A | 13.21 A |

18.5 kW | 51.11 A | 40.16 A | 27.09 A | 25.55 A | 16.29 A |

22.0 kW | 60.78 A | 47.75 A | 32.22 A | 30.39 A | 19.38 A |

30.0 kW | 82.88 A | 65.12 A | 43.93 A | 41.44 A | 26.42 A |

37.0 kW | 102.21 A | 80.31 A | 54.19 A | 51.11 A | 32.59 A |

45.0 kW | 124.31 A | 97.67 A | 65.90 A | 62.16 A | 39.64 A |

55.0 kW | 151.94 A | 119.38 A | 80.55 A | 75.97 A | 48.44 A |

75.0 kW | 207.19 A | 162.79 A | 109.84 A | 103.59 A | 66.06 A |

90.0 kW | 248.63 A | 195.35 A | 131.80 A | 124.31 A | 79.27 A |

110.0 kW | 303.88 A | 238.76 A | 161.09 A | 151.94 A | 96.89 A |

132.0 kW | 364.65 A | 286.51 A | 193.31 A | 182.33 A | 116.27 A |

160.0 kW | 442.00 A | 347.29 A | 234.32 A | 221.00 A | 140.93 A |

200.0 kW | 552.50 A | 434.11 A | 292.89 A | 276.25 A | 176.16 A |

250.0 kW | 690.63 A | 542.64 A | 366.12 A | 345.32 A | 220.20 A |

315.0 kW | 870.19 A | 683.72 A | 461.31 A | 435.10 A | 277.45 A |

355.0 kW | 980.70 A | 770.55 A | 519.89 A | 490.35 A | 312.69 A |

400.0 kW | 1105.01 A | 868.22 A | 585.79 A | 552.50 A | 352.32 A |

500.0 kW | 1381.26 A | 1085.28 A | 732.23 A | 690.63 A | 440.40 A |

560.0 kW | 1547.01 A | 1215.51 A | 820.10 A | 773.51 A | 493.25 A |

630.0 kW | 1740.39 A | 1367.45 A | 922.62 A | 870.19 A | 554.91 A |

710.0 kW | 1961.39 A | 1541.09 A | 1039.77 A | 980.70 A | 625.37 A |

800.0 kW | 2210.02 A | 1736.44 A | 1171.58 A | 1105.01 A | 704.64 A |

900.0 kW | 2486.27 A | 1953.50 A | 1318.02 A | 1243.14 A | 792.72 A |

1000.0 kW | 2762.52 A | 2170.55 A | 1464.47 A | 1381.26 A | 880.80 A |

Useful resource: Electrical Motors – Full Load Amps -Full load currents for 460 volts, 230 volts and 115 volts motors – single and 3-phase

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I have a fridge with 125kw how to find the amps?

You can calculate the current drained by your fridge as below:

If your fridge is three-phase

Current in Amps = 125kW / (1.732 * Phase voltage *0.95)

Where 0.85 is assumed power factor. You can replace it with the actual power factor.

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