1 horsepower ≈ 745.7 volt-ampere.

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## How do you convert volt amps to horsepower?

1 horsepower ≈ 745.7 volt-ampere.

## How many amps are in a horsepower?

AMP DRAW BASED ON HORSEPOWER

HP | 1 Phase Amps | |
---|---|---|

115 volt | 230 volt | |

1/2 | 9.8 | 4.9 |

3/4 | 13.8 | 6.9 |

1 | 16 | 8 |

**How many volts make a horsepower?**

745.7volt-

The rate at which work is done is called Horsepower. This tool can be used to convert horsepower to va and vice versa. There is 1 horsepower and 745.7volt-ampere.

### Does voltage affect horsepower?

Horsepower is a measure of power, and voltage measures the amount of energy carried in a circuit.

### How many volts is 2 horsepower?

Common Horsepower to Amps Conversions

Horsepower | Amps | Voltage |
---|---|---|

2 HP | 13.8 A | 120 V |

2.5 HP | 17.3 A | 120 V |

3 HP | 20.7 A | 120 V |

3.5 HP | 24.2 A | 120 V |

**How do I calculate horsepower?**

The equation to calculate horsepower is simple: Horsepower = Torque x RPM / 5,252.

#### Are higher voltage motors better?

A higher voltage system is more efficient than a lower voltage since it experiences less energy loss from resistance given the same amount of power draw.

#### Does voltage affect motor torque?

Back to the original question: how does voltage affect speed? From the analysis above, we can see that when the load (torque) on the motor is constant, speed is directly proportional to supply voltage. And, when the voltage remains constant, an increase in the load (torque) on the motor results in a decrease in speed.

**How many hp is 15 amps?**

2.41 hp

At 100% efficiency, the most a 15-amp, 120v outlet in a home circuit can supply is 15 x 120 or 1800w; 1800 divided by 746 equals 2.41 hp.

## How do you calculate amps from horsepower?

Amps = HP × 746 V × η × PF. Thus, the current in amps is equal to horsepower times 746 divided by the voltage times the efficiency η times the power factor. For example, let’s find the current draw in amps of a 1 horsepower motor that runs at 120 volts with a 90% efficiency. Amps = 1 HP × 746 W 120 V × .9. Amps = 746 120 V × .9.

## How do you calculate amps from HP?

**How do you calculate amperage?**

Ohms calculations

### How do you convert amps to horsepower?

How do I convert HP to amps? The conversion from amps, a measure of electric current, to horsepower, a measure of power output by a motor, can be done using a fairly simple formula. Thus, horsepower is equal to the current in amps times the voltage in volts times the efficiency times the power factor, divided by 746.