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Power in Wattmeter 1
Power 1=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 1*cos(30-Angle) GO
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Power in Wattmeter 2 Formula

Power 2=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 2*cos(30+Angle)
P<sub>2</sub>=sqrt(3)*V*I<sub>2</sub>*cos(30+ϕ)
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What is the effective line voltage?

In the calculation of P2, the effective line voltage is V23. This line voltage lags by phase of (30+ϕ).

How to Calculate Power in Wattmeter 2?

Power in Wattmeter 2 calculator uses Power 2=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 2*cos(30+Angle) to calculate the Power 2, The Power in Wattmeter 2 formula is used to calculate the instantaneous power of wattmeter 2 in a two-phase setup. Power 2 and is denoted by P2 symbol.

How to calculate Power in Wattmeter 2 using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power in Wattmeter 2, enter Voltage (total) (V), Current 2 (I2) and Angle (ϕ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power in Wattmeter 2 calculation can be explained with given input values -> 112.056 = sqrt(3)*100*2*cos(30+0.1745329251994).

FAQ

What is Power in Wattmeter 2?
The Power in Wattmeter 2 formula is used to calculate the instantaneous power of wattmeter 2 in a two-phase setup and is represented as P2=sqrt(3)*V*I2*cos(30+ϕ) or Power 2=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 2*cos(30+Angle). Voltage (total) is the amount of total potential difference across the network. In this case, it is usually the voltage difference across the voltmeter, Current 2 is the current flowing through the second wattmeter setup and Angle is the angle of phase difference between different voltages.
How to calculate Power in Wattmeter 2?
The Power in Wattmeter 2 formula is used to calculate the instantaneous power of wattmeter 2 in a two-phase setup is calculated using Power 2=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 2*cos(30+Angle). To calculate Power in Wattmeter 2, you need Voltage (total) (V), Current 2 (I2) and Angle (ϕ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Voltage (total), Current 2 and Angle and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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