About Voltage Rise Calculator (Formula)
The Voltage Rise Calculator is a tool used to calculate the voltage rise in an electrical system based on the cable run/length, current, and voltage drop per ampere meter.
The formula used to calculate the voltage rise is:
Voltage Rise = (Cable Length * Current * Voltage Drop per Ampere Meter) / 1000
In this formula, “Cable Length” represents the length of the cable run in meters (m), “Current” represents the electric current flowing through the cable in amperes (A), and “Voltage Drop per Ampere Meter” represents the voltage drop per ampere per meter of cable length in volts per ampere meter (V/Amp-m).
To calculate the voltage rise, multiply the cable length, current, and voltage drop per ampere meter, and divide the result by 1000. The resulting value represents the voltage rise in volts.
The Voltage Rise Calculator provided here allows you to input the cable length, current, and voltage drop per ampere meter. It will calculate the voltage rise for you. The result is displayed with a precision of two decimal places, indicating the voltage rise in volts.
This calculator is useful in electrical engineering and power systems applications where it is necessary to determine the voltage rise across a cable or conductor due to the current flow and voltage drop characteristics.