This tool calculates the power used when you input the force applied and the velocity of the object.

## How to Use the Power Calculator

To use this power calculator, follow these steps:

- Enter the voltage in volts (V) in the provided input field labeled “Enter Voltage (V)”.
- Enter the current in amperes (A) in the provided input field labeled “Enter Current (I)”.
- Click the “Calculate” button to compute the power.
- Observe the calculated power (P) in watts (W) in the “Result” field.

## How It Calculates

This calculator uses the following formula to calculate electrical power:

**Power (P) = Voltage (V) x Current (I)**

Where:

**Power (P):**The electrical power in watts (W).**Voltage (V):**The electrical potential difference in volts (V).**Current (I):**The current in amperes (A).

## Limitations

While this calculator provides accurate power calculations for electrical circuits, it has some limitations:

- It assumes ideal conditions without accounting for power losses due to resistance or other factors.
- It’s designed for basic DC (Direct Current) power calculations. For AC (Alternating Current) systems, especially those with varying loads and power factors, additional considerations are necessary.
- Input values must be numerical and greater than zero to provide meaningful results.