pwrCONVERTPOWER

PowerUp Description

The pwrCONVERTPOWER PowerUp function converts a number with a given unit to an equivalent number in another unit. Many common units are included ranging from milliwatts to exawatts.

PowerUp Syntax

pwrCONVERTPOWER(value, SourceUnit, TargetUnit)

The pwrCONVERTPOWER PowerUp function has the following arguments:

value – Required. This is the number you will be converting.

SourceUnit – Required. This is a value that represents the source unit which are detailed below.

TargetUnit – Required. This is a value that represents the target unit to which the conversion will be done. Any combination of the argument values below can be used.

HP – Horsepower

W – Watt Hour

KW – Kilowatt Hour

TW – Terawatt Hour

MW – Megawatt Hour

GW – Gigawatt Hour

PW – Petawatt Hour

EW – Exawatt Hour

MLW – Milliwatt

BTUH – BTU/Hour

JH – Joule/Hour

EH – Erg/Hour

Return Value

pwrCONVERTPOWER will return an equivalent number of SourceUnit expressed in TargetUnit.

Remarks

For some of the very large or high precision numbers, the possibility for round off errors exists. Always verify the returned values.

Example

=pwrCONVERTPOWER(A1,"kw","hp")

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