Volt is SI unit of Voltage (or electrical potential difference) Measurement in the International System of Units.
1 Volt is equal to the difference in potential between two points in a conducting wire carrying a constant current of 1 ampere where power used between the two points is equal to 1 watt.
The symbol for volt is V.
Convert volt to other voltage units using the following conversion calculator.
Following is a simple chart of other electrical potential difference units where 1 Volt is equal to:
|100000000 abvolt||1.0E+18 attovolt|
|100 centivolt||0.1 decavolt|
|10 decivolt||1.0E-18 exavolt|
|1.0E+15 femtovolt||1.0E-9 gigavolt|
|0.01 hectovolt||0.001 kilovolt|
|1.0E-6 megavolt||1000000 microvolt|
|1000 millivolt||1000000000 nanovolt|
|1.0E-15 petavolt||1000000000000 picovolt|
|0.0033356409519815 statvolt||1.0E-12 teravolt|
|1 volt||1.0E+24 yoctovolt|
|1.0E-24 yottavolt||1.0E+21 zeptovolt|
Use the following list of links to quickly convert values from volt to other commonly used voltage measurement units.