Enter the values of line voltage, EL(V) and current, I(A) to determine the value of Voltage, V(V).

 Enter Line Voltage: V Enter Current: A Result – Voltage: V

The Load to Voltage Calculator is a tool used in electrical engineering to determine the voltage across a load given the line voltage and current.

This calculation is essential when designing circuits that must efficiently handle specific load conditions.

The formula represents how voltage varies inversely with current, assuming a fixed amount of power transmitted over an electrical line.

Voltage, V(V) in volts is calculated by dividing the line voltage, EL(V) in volts by current, I(A) in amperes.

Voltage, V(V) = EL(V) / I(A)

V(V) = voltage in volts, V.

EL(V) = line voltage in volts, V.

I(A) = current in amperes, A.

1. Calculate the load voltage when the line voltage is 120 volts and the current is 10 amperes:

Given: EL(V) = 120V, I(A) = 10A.

Voltage, V(V) = EL(V) / I(A)

V(V) = 120 / 10

V(V) = 12V.

1. If the voltage across a load is 15 volts and the line voltage is 180 volts, the current flowing through the circuit can be calculated as follows:

Given: EL(V) = 180V, V(V) = 15V.

Voltage, V(V) = EL(V) / I(A)

I(A) = EL(V) / V(V)

I(A) = 180 / 15

I(A) = 12A.

### Applications and Considerations:

• Circuit Design: Accurate calculation of load voltage is crucial for designing circuits that effectively distribute power without exceeding device thresholds.
• Power Systems: In power transmission and distribution, managing load voltage ensures the stability and efficiency of the power system.
• Safety: Correct load voltage calculations help maintain operational safety standards by preventing overvoltage or under voltage conditions that could lead to equipment failure or hazards.