Convert Volts to Kilovolts

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Unit Descriptions
1 Volt:
Volt is the SI derived unit for electric potential. It is the electric potential of an electric current of one ampere dissipating one watt of power between two points on a wire. 1 V = 1 J/C. 1 V = 1 kg * m2 * s-3 * A -1
1 Kilovolt:
Volts can be expressed as Joules per Coulomb. In SI base units kg * m2 * s-3 * A -1. Kilo is the metric prefix for 103. 1 kV = 1 000 V.

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Conversions Table
1 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.00170 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.07
2 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.00280 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.08
3 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.00390 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.09
4 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.004100 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.1
5 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.005200 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.2
6 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.006300 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.3
7 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.007400 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.4
8 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.008500 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.5
9 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.009600 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.6
10 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.01800 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.8
20 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.02900 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.9
30 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.031,000 Volts to Kilovolts = 1
40 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.0410,000 Volts to Kilovolts = 10
50 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.05100,000 Volts to Kilovolts = 100
60 Volts to Kilovolts = 0.061,000,000 Volts to Kilovolts = 1000

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