# Power Converter

**From: Meter(m)**

**To: Meter(m)**

Physics biggest ally is said to be the component of **Force** which is referred to in the formulas as **f.** The ratio of work to time is called Power. Measured as the speed to supply the energy, force, and power has commonalities. In simpler words, power indicates the amount of force a machine or device produces under a certain capacity.

The central units of measuring power are **Horsepower, Joules**, and **Watt.** The first steam engine invented and improved by James Watt was the first ever engine whose power was measured in the unitary form. Before that, it was never considered to estimate any engines power. This is how the Watt unit derives its name from the famous engineer. An engine is defined as more efficient if its power production capacity improves. To prove that the steam engine under James Watt capacity had improved, he used the Horsepower unit for displaying the engine’s capacity.

Before the introduction of steam engines or when they were prestige, people used to have horses as the traditional means of transport. Thus, the unit horsepower was the standardized comparison between the engines and the horses.

All of the household items have their power units mentioned on them. The components of electric devices that go together we use have to be specified for instance a light bulb with the power of 60 Watts may damage the lamp supporting only a 25 Watts bulb. In these advanced times, manufacturers have come up with many products that use extremely fewer Watts while providing the same or even better outcome usage of devices thus having a lot lesser power consumption. Here are some household items that have the following approximate power usage values:

- Residential split system air conditioners consume around
**20-40**kilowatts - Window air conditioners take approximately
**1-2**kilowatts to work - Electric pots heat up with
**1-2**kilowatts - Ovens bake at
**2.13.6**kilowatts - Washers and dryers take up to
**2-3.5**kilowatts - Microwave ovens consume
**0.65-1.2**kilowatts - Refrigerators cool with the usage of
**0.5-1**kilowatt

Work carried out by the sports athletes is also measured in power. For instance, the power through a ball in the game of cricket is considered very meaningful for the pace bowlers. To reach a certain level of power to through a ball either in cricket, baseball or basketball, players often use a power converter to practice for the desired outcome. The power supply calculator also indicates the amount of power an athlete can produce under the existing weight and height. With the power conversion results, athletes’ ability to perform specific exercises, duration and running a certain distance can also be observed.

### AC To DC Power Converter

DupliChecker’s online, free and easy to use power converter tool provides a solution for engineers, translators, and for any professional or beginner that requires working with quantities measured in different units. Our unique algorithms and formulas that we have encoded in our tools show precise results with decimal figures. No need to look anywhere since we have got all the accurate measurements in the international power converter or either for your power supply calculator. Just follow the steps mentioned below:

- Choose the unit that you would like to convert from in the left box containing the list of units.
- Enter any value in the
**“From”**box. - Then select the unit to convert in the right-hand side box containing the list of units.
- Your result will appear in the “To” box.

Using the speed converter is easy and can be used for various purposes, one of which is solving your maths and physics equations. The bike speed converter can turn the speed to let you know about how much estimated time it will take for you to travel from one place to another. To use the speed distance time converter, you don’t really have to be an expert all you need is the value for conversion and follow the below given steps.

- On the page of Speed Converter, you will find a small field with the title
**“From”**this is where you will be adding the value that needs conversion. After adding the value in this field, you can choose the unit from the window below it; the value belongs to. - When you are done with the first step, all you need to do now is, select the unit in which you want to convert that value, from the window located below the
**“To”**field. The results don’t take time to calculate, and the tool is entirely free to use.