## How many amps are in a HP?

Common Horsepower to Amps Conversions

Horsepower | Amps | Voltage |
---|---|---|

1 HP | 6.91 A | 120 V |

1.25 HP | 8.63 A | 120 V |

1.5 HP | 10.4 A | 120 V |

1.75 HP | 12.1 A | 120 V |

**How many horsepower is a 10 amp motor?**

Common Amps to Horsepower Conversions

Amps | Horsepower | Voltage |
---|---|---|

9 A | 1.3 HP | 120 V |

10 A | 1.45 HP | 120 V |

15 A | 2.17 HP | 120 V |

20 A | 2.9 HP | 120 V |

**How do you calculate the horsepower of a 3 phase motor?**

Triple Phase Electric Motor To find the horsepower of your triple phase motor, you’ll need to use this equation: HP = volts x full load amps x percent efficiency x power factor x 1.73 / 746.

### How many amps does a 30 HP 3 phase motor draw?

AC Motor Full Load Amperes

HP | 200 Volts | 440-480 Volts |
---|---|---|

25 | 78.2 | 34 |

30 | 92 | 40 |

40 | 120 | 52 |

50 | 150 | 65 |

**How many amps does a 10 HP 3 phase motor draw?**

AMP DRAW BASED ON HORSEPOWER

HP | 1 Phase Amps | 3 Phase Amps |
---|---|---|

115 volt | 208 volt | |

5 | 56 | 16.7 |

7-1/2 | 80 | 24.2 |

10 | 100 | 30.8 |

**How many cc is a 10 Hp engine?**

The general rule is for every 15 CC there is 1 HP. For example, for a 150 CC engine you would take 150 divided by 15, which equals 10 HP.

#### How many amps does a 15hp motor pull?

AMP DRAW BASED ON HORSEPOWER

HP | 1 Phase Amps | 3 Phase Amps |
---|---|---|

115 volt | 208 volt | |

10 | 100 | 30.8 |

15 | — | 46.2 |

20 | — | 59.4 |

**How many amps is a 60 hp motor?**

Here are the Full Load Amp (FLA) values for typical 230VAC and 480VAC 3 phase motors.

Motor horsepower | Full load amps 230VAC | Full load amps 460VAC |
---|---|---|

60 | 149 | 75 |

75 | 180 | 90 |

100 | 245 | 123 |

125 | 310 | 155 |

**How many amps does a 7.5 HP 3-phase motor draw?**

Here are the Full Load Amp (FLA) values for typical 230VAC and 480VAC 3 phase motors.

Motor horsepower | Full load amps 230VAC | Full load amps 460VAC |
---|---|---|

3 | 9 | 4.5 |

5 | 15 | 7.5 |

7.5 | 22 | 11 |

10 | 27 | 14 |

## How to calculate three phase amperage?

Divide the power consumption in watts by the line voltage multiplied by the power factor to find the amperage. For three phase circuits the power factor is the square root of 3. If your calculator doesn’t have a square root function, use 1.73 as an approximation of the square root of 3.

**How do you convert amps to horsepower?**

Multiply amps by volts to obtain the motor’s wattage, or watts (A * V = W). Wattage is the same type of unit as horsepower, a measure of power, so it can readily be converted (like gallons to quarts).

**What is 3 phase amps?**

3 Phase means there are three phases 120 degree apart from each other for transmitting or distributing power, 200 amps means each phase has a current capacity of 200 amps under normal condition, beyond 200 amps the 3 phase line will be over loaded and have a poor voltage regulation.

### How do you calculate horsepower?

To calculate the horsepower of a car, start by finding the engine’s torque value and engine speed in the owner’s manual. Multiply the torque by the engine speed, and then divide that number by 5252. The answer is the horsepower for the car’s engine.