How can you convert frequency (Hz) to current (Amps)? The Hz to Amps conversion tool helps you calculate current based on power, voltage, and phase angle. Enter values like Power, Voltage, and Phase Angle into the calculator, you can find the Current.

## Hz To Amps Converter

**What is Hz To Amps?**

Hz (Hertz) measures frequency, while Amps measure electrical current. In AC (Alternating Current) circuits, the relationship between frequency and current is influenced by power, voltage, and phase angle. The Hz to Amps conversion is vital in electrical engineering to ensure the correct current is drawn by devices operating at different frequencies.

### How to Use the Calculator

To use the calculator, follow these simple steps:

**1. Basic Calculator:**

**Power (W):**Enter the power in watts. For example, if your device consumes 1000 watts, enter**1000**.**Voltage (V):**Enter the voltage in volts. For example, if the voltage is 230V, enter**230**.**Phase Angle (θ):**Enter the phase angle in degrees. For example, if the phase angle is 30 degrees, enter**30**.**Current (A):**If you know the current, enter it here. If not, leave it blank, and the calculator will compute it for you.

**2. Advanced Calculator:**

**Total Power (W):**Enter the total power, such as**1500 W**.**Line Voltage (V):**Enter the line voltage, e.g.,**240V**.**Total Phase Angle (θ):**Enter the total phase angle, for example,**45 degrees**.**Frequency (Hz):**Enter the frequency, such as**60 Hz**.- The calculator will provide the
**Total Current (A)**based on these inputs.

### Hertz To Amp Conversion Chart

Frequency (Hz) | Current (A) |
---|---|

1 | 0.1 |

2 | 0.2 |

3 | 0.3 |

4 | 0.4 |

5 | 0.5 |

6 | 0.6 |

7 | 0.7 |

8 | 0.8 |

9 | 0.9 |

10 | 1.0 |

11 | 1.1 |

12 | 1.2 |

13 | 1.3 |

14 | 1.4 |

15 | 1.5 |

16 | 1.6 |

17 | 1.7 |

18 | 1.8 |

19 | 1.9 |

20 | 2.0 |

21 | 2.1 |

22 | 2.2 |

23 | 2.3 |

24 | 2.4 |

25 | 2.5 |

26 | 2.6 |

27 | 2.7 |

28 | 2.8 |

29 | 2.9 |

30 | 3.0 |

31 | 3.1 |

32 | 3.2 |

33 | 3.3 |

34 | 3.4 |

35 | 3.5 |

36 | 3.6 |

37 | 3.7 |

38 | 3.8 |

39 | 3.9 |

40 | 4.0 |

41 | 4.1 |

42 | 4.2 |

43 | 4.3 |

44 | 4.4 |

45 | 4.5 |

46 | 4.6 |

47 | 4.7 |

48 | 4.8 |

49 | 4.9 |

50 | 5.0 |

51 | 5.1 |

52 | 5.2 |

53 | 5.3 |

54 | 5.4 |

55 | 5.5 |

56 | 5.6 |

57 | 5.7 |

58 | 5.8 |

59 | 5.9 |

60 | 6.0 |

61 | 6.1 |

62 | 6.2 |

63 | 6.3 |

64 | 6.4 |

65 | 6.5 |

66 | 6.6 |

67 | 6.7 |

68 | 6.8 |

69 | 6.9 |

70 | 7.0 |

71 | 7.1 |

72 | 7.2 |

73 | 7.3 |

74 | 7.4 |

75 | 7.5 |

76 | 7.6 |

77 | 7.7 |

78 | 7.8 |

79 | 7.9 |

80 | 8.0 |

81 | 8.1 |

82 | 8.2 |

83 | 8.3 |

84 | 8.4 |

85 | 8.5 |

86 | 8.6 |

87 | 8.7 |

88 | 8.8 |

89 | 8.9 |

90 | 9.0 |

91 | 9.1 |

92 | 9.2 |

93 | 9.3 |

94 | 9.4 |

95 | 9.5 |

96 | 9.6 |

97 | 9.7 |

98 | 9.8 |

99 | 9.9 |

100 | 10.0 |

### Hz To Amps Formula

The formula to calculate the current (Amps) from power, voltage, and phase angle is:

`$I = \frac{P}{V \times \sqrt{2} \times \cos(\theta)}$`

**Variables**

Variable | Description |
---|---|

P | Power (in watts) |

V | Voltage (in volts) |

θ | Phase Angle (in degrees) |

I | Current (in amps) |

## How To convert Hz To Amps

### Example 1: Basic Calculator

**Input:**

- Power: 1000 watts
- Voltage: 220 volts
- Phase Angle: 30 degrees
- Current: (To be calculated)

**Calculation:**

`Convert phase angle to radians:`

$\cos(30°) = 0.866$

` cos.`

`Use the formula:`

$I = \frac{1000}{220 \times 0.866} = 5$

`Result: The current is `

.**5.29 amps**

### Example 2: Advanced Calculator

**Input:**

- Total Power: 2000 watts
- Line Voltage: 240 volts
- Total Phase Angle: 45 degrees
- Frequency: 50 Hz
- Current: (To be calculated)

**Calculation:**

`Convert phase angle to radians:`

$\cos(45°) = 0.707$

`Use the formula:`

$I = \frac{2000}{240 \times \sqrt{2} \times 0.707} = 8.16$

`Result: The total current is `

**8.16 amps**.