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**800 V to watts** means the same as changing 800 volts to watts 🙂

## 800 Volts to Watts Converter

Circuit

## How Many Watts in 800 Volts?

The answer to the question depends on:

- Whether you have a direct (DC) or alternating (AC) flow of electric charge
- In case of an AC single-phase system, the power factor (PF)
- In case of an AC three-phase system the PF as well as a constant for line to line voltage L-L(V) or line to neutral voltage L-0(V)

In an alternating current circuit, the power factor (PF) is the quotient of real power / apparent power with a value in between 0 and 1: 0 ≤ PF ≤ 1.

In the International System of Units (SI):

- The volt (V) is the unit of electric potential
- The watt (W) is the unit of power
- The ampere (A) aka “amp” is the unit of electric current
- The ohm (Ω) is the unit of electrical resistance

Next, we explain the math:

## How to Convert 800 Volts to Watts?

- DC: P
_{(W)}= A × 800 V - AC, Single Phase: P
_{(W)}= A × PF × 800 V - AC, Three Phase, Line to Line Voltage: P
_{(W)}= A × √3 × PF × 800 V - AC, Three Phase, Line to Neutral Voltage: P
_{(W)}= A × 3 × PF × 800 V

Similar calculations include, for example:

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– Article written by Mark, last updated on February 7th, 2024