Need VOLT - AMP - WATT convert software

07-29-21 01:59 tom wrote to All about Need VOLT - AMP - WATT co Howdy! Tom,

to> @MSGID: to> Yep there are a million websites to do it. But i dont have to> internet in my shop. I dont have a smartphone either so forget to> the apps. And i dont care to do math. I just want a simple to> piece of free software for windows.

to> Any suggestions?

I know that You wrote that You don't want to do Math.

Here are two Mamory Helpers I remember from High School Electric class.

E E = Volts ________________________ I = Amps. | R = Resistance in Omhs I | R |

and

P P = Power in Watts ________________________ I = Amps. | E = Volts I | E |

Hope they are of help to You.

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Ed Vance
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Yep there are a million websites to do it. But i dont have internet in my shop. I dont have a smartphone either so forget the apps. And i dont care to do math. I just want a simple piece of free software for windows.

Any suggestions?

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tom

Pocket calculator and small label attached: R=U/I U=R*I I=U/R P=U*I U=P/I I=P/U

SCI in group name rulez

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Wolfgang Allinger

Track down a PIRE Wheel. That is all you need.

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John Robertson

An often used trick is to print triangles like:

P ----- U * I

or:

U ----- I * R

Then, to calculate something (e.g. P), cover the wanted result (P) and read the remaining terms: U * I to know how to calculate it.

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Rob

Search for "Ohm's Law Calculator". Most include Power. For example: etc...

More of the same:

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Jeff Liebermann

I'd move on rather than spending time with that type of an employer.

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bruce bowser

I tried the 1st couple of suggestions. I didn't like how all fields had to be reeset to get a fresh calculation. Am reminded of a simple program I wrote years ago (free on request) to check two dates and the period between. Three fields of which two track each other if the 3rd is marked as fixed. Maybe V, A, R & W could be treated the same way.

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Mike Coon

Since you 'simple program I wrote years ago'....create a spreadsheet. Simple enough Don't have Excel? Dnld and install LibreOffice

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just install the spreadsheet app

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Three Jeeps

Well, since you're not the OP and seem to have some additional requirements, perhaps it would be best to write your own program or web app. Lots of Ohm's Law calculators available to plagiarize:

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Jeff Liebermann

Circular dependencies?

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Mike Coon

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Convert anything.

Allows user-designated unit conversions to be added. . . .

RL

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legg

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