Ohm’s Law Calculator
|Voltage (V)||Volts (V)|
|Resistance (R)||Ohms (Ω)|
|Current (I)||Amps (A)|
|Power (P)||Watts (W)|
HOW TO USE
- Enter any two variables in the fields.
- Click Calculate Button.
The potential or pushing force offered by the electrons (or) The energy with which electrons are moving is called VOLTAGE
The amount of charge moving though a point in unit time is called CURRENT
The amount of opposition offered to the current to flow in circuit is called RESISTANCE
Ohms Law :
The most important, relationship between current, voltage, and resistance is called Ohm’s Law,
The current in a circuit is DIRECTLY proportional to the applied voltage and INVERSELY proportional to the circuit resistance.
Ohm’s Law may be expressed as an equation:
In addition to voltage and current, there is another measure of free electron activity in a circuit that is power.
Power is a measure of how much work can be performed in a given amount of time.
Power is a measure of how rapidly a standard amount of work is done.
Power can be expressed as
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