Calculate how much of your load current/source voltage is lost through circuit resistance.

Wire Length (in one direction)

0 to 9999ft/m

Wire Gauge

AWG 0000/000/00/0/1 to 40

AWG

Source Voltage

0 to 999 volts

volts

Load Current

0 to 99 amps

amps

Voltage Drop

0.00 V

0.00%

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How we calculate

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Voltage Drop = (WL x 2) x R x LC / 1000

Voltage Drop % = (Voltage Drop / SV) x 100

Where:
WL = Wire Length
R = Resistance
LC = Load Current
SV = Source Voltage

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Wire Length = ( VD x 1000) / (LC x 2 x R)

Where:
VD = Voltage Drop
LC = Load Current
R = Resistance

The resistance is then matched to the corresponding wire gauge value as per the American Wire Gauge standard (AWG).

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Resistance = (VD x 1000) / (2 x WL x LC)

Where:
VD = Voltage Drop
WL = Wire Lenth
LC = Load Current

The resistance is then matched to the corresponding wire gauge value as per the American Wire Gauge standard (AWG).

Calculate how much of your load current/source voltage is lost through circuit resistance.

Wire Length (in one direction)

0 to 9999ft/m

Wire Gauge

AWG 0000/000/00/0/1 to 40

AWG

Source Voltage

0 to 999 volts

volts

Load Current

0 to 99 amps

amps

Voltage Drop

0.00 V

0.00%

Invalid Input