Amps to Volts Calculation
V(V) => P(W) / I(A)
The V (voltage) n V (volts) is equal to the P (power) in W (watts), divided by the I (current) in A (amps)
V(V) => I(A) × R(Ω)
The V (voltage) in V (volts) is equal to the I (current) in A (amps), times the R (resistance) in Ω (ohms).
Amps measure the flow of electricity as an electric current. Specifically, it measures the amount of electrons that flow past a certain point per second.
Volts are the measurement used to determine how much force is needed to cause the electric current to flow.
It is a formula used to calculate the relationship between voltage, current and resistance in an electrical circuit.