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 [Formula: W = kW x 1000] [Worksheet] [Printer friendly]
kW   W
=  1000
=  2000
=  3000
=  4000
=  5000
=  6000
=  7000
=  8000
=  9000
=  10000
=  11000
=  12000
=  13000
=  14000
=  15000
=  16000
=  17000
=  18000
=  19000
=  20000
=  21000
=  22000
=  23000
=  24000
=  25000
kW   W
=  26000
=  27000
=  28000
=  29000
=  30000
=  31000
=  32000
=  33000
=  34000
=  35000
=  36000
=  37000
=  38000
=  39000
=  40000
=  41000
=  42000
=  43000
=  44000
=  45000
=  46000
=  47000
=  48000
=  49000
=  50000
kW   W
=  51000
=  52000
=  53000
=  54000
=  55000
=  56000
=  57000
=  58000
=  59000
=  60000
=  61000
=  62000
=  63000
=  64000
=  65000
=  66000
=  67000
=  68000
=  69000
=  70000
=  71000
=  72000
=  73000
=  74000
=  75000
kW   W
=  76000
=  77000
=  78000
=  79000
=  80000
=  81000
=  82000
=  83000
=  84000
=  85000
=  86000
=  87000
=  88000
=  89000
=  90000
=  91000
=  92000
=  93000
=  94000
=  95000
=  96000
=  97000
=  98000
=  99000
=  100000

KILOWATTS to WATTS Conversion Table

 kW  =  1000 W

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How to convert from KILOWATTS to WATTS

Since 1 kilowatt is equal to 1000 watts, we could say that n kilowatts are equal to 1000 times n watts. In other words, we could use the following formula:

watts = kilowatts x 1000

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2.0 kilowatts to watts. Then, we just replace kilowatts in the abovementioned formula with 2.0:

watts = 2.0 x 1000

That is, 2.0 kilowatts are equal to 2000.0 watts.

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