With this calculator you can convert from volts to resistance using Ohm’s law.

To facilitate the compression, the formula of volts to resistance is explained , in addition we show how to convert from volts to resistance in 1 step , some examples of volts are made to resistance and finally a table of volts to resistance is presented .

## Formula to convert volts to resistance (Ohm Law):

**R = Resistance in Ohm.****I = Current in Amperes.****V = Voltage.**

## How to convert volts to Resistance in 1 step only:

**Step 1:**

To convert from volts to resistance, only the voltage between the current must be divided with the formula of the law of ohm.

For example, if you have a server with a voltage of 12V DC and an amperage of 0.55Amp, to know the resistance you must divide 12 between 0.55, the result will be: 21.8Ohm. Formula: 12 / 0.55 = 21.8 ohm.

## Examples for conversions from volts to resistance:

**Example 1:**

A DC motor for a remote control car has a voltage of 14.5V and an amperage of 0.25A, what would be the resistance of the DC motor of this car to remote control ?.

**Answer:** // To know the answer you must divide the voltage between the current in the following way: 14.5V / 0.25A = 58ohm.

**Example 2:**

An ebook or e-reader has a voltage of 8.2V and an amperage of 2.3Amp, which is the resistance of the electronic equipment of the ebook ?.

**Answer:** // To make the conversion, the voltage must be divided between the amperes, as indicated by the ohm law as follows: 8.2V / 2.3A = 3.5 ohm.

**Example 3:**

A portable computer has a voltage of 8.8 V and 3.3 Amp, what will be the resistance that will have the electronic equipment of the computer ?.

Answer: // It’s easy you just have to divide the voltage between the amperage as indicated in the formula: 3.5V / 2.4A, which will result in: 2.6 ohm.

## Table of volts to resistance (Amperes: 10Amp):

How many volts are: | Equivalence in resistance (Ohm) |

1.1 Volts | 0.1 Ohm |

1.7 Volts | 0.1 Ohm |

2.3 Volts | 0.2 Ohm |

2.9 Volts | 0.2 Ohm |

3.5 Volts | 0.3 Ohm |

4.1 Volts | 0.4 Ohm |

4.7 Volts | 0.4 Ohm |

5.3 Volts | 0.5 Ohm |

5.9 Volts | 0.5 Ohm |

10.6 Volts | 1.0 Ohm |

20.8 Volts | 2.0 Ohm |

30.2 Volts | 3.0 Ohm |

40.3 Volts | 4.0 Ohm |

50.7 Volts | 5.0 Ohm |

60.1 Volts | 6.0 Ohm |

70.5 Volts | 7.0 Ohm |

80.4 Volts | 8.0 Ohm |

90.6 Volts | 9.0 Ohm |

100.8 Volts | 10.0 Ohm |

110.9 Volts | 11.0 Ohm |

120.2 Volts | 12.0 Ohm |

130.6 Volts | 13.0 Ohm |

140.3 Volts | 14,0 Ohm |

150.8 Volts | 15,0 Ohm |

160.3 Volts | 16.0 Ohm |

170.1 Volts | 17.0 Ohm |

180.2 Volts | 18.0 Ohm |

190.0 Volts | 19.0 Ohm |

200.0 Volts | 20.0 Ohm |

Note: The changes of volts to resistance of the previous table were made taking into account a 10V amperage. For different variables you should use the calculator that appears at the beginning.

## How to use the calculator:

You must enter the voltage and amperage, then just click on calculate, and as a result you will have resistance.

Rate conversion of volts to resistance (Ohm Law):