# Megaampere Conversion Calculator

Enter a value in megaamperes below to convert to another unit of electric current.

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## What Is a Megaampere?

A megaampere is a unit used to measure electric current.

The megaampere is a multiple of the ampere, which is the SI base unit for electric current. In the metric system, "mega" is the prefix for millions, or 10^{6}. A megaampere is sometimes also referred to as a megaamp. Megaamperes can be abbreviated as *MA*; for example, 1 megaampere can be written as 1 MA.

## How Much Is a Megaampere?

One megaampere is equal to 1,000,000 amperes, which are the electrical current equal to the flow of one coulomb per second.

## How to Convert Megaamperes

To convert megaamperes to another unit of electric current, you need to multiply the value by a conversion factor.
A conversion factor is a numerical value used to change the units of a measurement without changing the value.^{[1]}

You can find the conversion factors for megaamperes in the conversion table below.

Then, multiply the electric current measurement by the conversion factor to find the equivalent value in the desired unit of measurement.

megaamperes × conversion factor = result

You can also use a calculator, such as one of the converters below, for the conversion.

## Megaampere Conversion Table

megaamperes | amperes | milliamperes | kiloamperes | biots | abamperes | statamperes | coulombs per second |
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1 MA | 1,000,000 A | 1,000,000,000 mA | 1,000 kA | 100,000 Bi | 100,000 abA | 299,790,000,000,000 statA | 1,000,000 C/s |

2 MA | 2,000,000 A | 2,000,000,000 mA | 2,000 kA | 200,000 Bi | 200,000 abA | 599,580,000,000,000 statA | 2,000,000 C/s |

3 MA | 3,000,000 A | 3,000,000,000 mA | 3,000 kA | 300,000 Bi | 300,000 abA | 899,380,000,000,000 statA | 3,000,000 C/s |

4 MA | 4,000,000 A | 4,000,000,000 mA | 4,000 kA | 400,000 Bi | 400,000 abA | 1,199,200,000,000,000 statA | 4,000,000 C/s |

5 MA | 5,000,000 A | 5,000,000,000 mA | 5,000 kA | 500,000 Bi | 500,000 abA | 1,499,000,000,000,000 statA | 5,000,000 C/s |

6 MA | 6,000,000 A | 6,000,000,000 mA | 6,000 kA | 600,000 Bi | 600,000 abA | 1,798,800,000,000,000 statA | 6,000,000 C/s |

7 MA | 7,000,000 A | 7,000,000,000 mA | 7,000 kA | 700,000 Bi | 700,000 abA | 2,098,500,000,000,000 statA | 7,000,000 C/s |

8 MA | 8,000,000 A | 8,000,000,000 mA | 8,000 kA | 800,000 Bi | 800,000 abA | 2,398,300,000,000,000 statA | 8,000,000 C/s |

9 MA | 9,000,000 A | 9,000,000,000 mA | 9,000 kA | 900,000 Bi | 900,000 abA | 2,698,100,000,000,000 statA | 9,000,000 C/s |

10 MA | 10,000,000 A | 10,000,000,000 mA | 10,000 kA | 1,000,000 Bi | 1,000,000 abA | 2,997,900,000,000,000 statA | 10,000,000 C/s |

11 MA | 11,000,000 A | 11,000,000,000 mA | 11,000 kA | 1,100,000 Bi | 1,100,000 abA | 3,297,700,000,000,000 statA | 11,000,000 C/s |

12 MA | 12,000,000 A | 12,000,000,000 mA | 12,000 kA | 1,200,000 Bi | 1,200,000 abA | 3,597,500,000,000,000 statA | 12,000,000 C/s |

13 MA | 13,000,000 A | 13,000,000,000 mA | 13,000 kA | 1,300,000 Bi | 1,300,000 abA | 3,897,300,000,000,000 statA | 13,000,000 C/s |

14 MA | 14,000,000 A | 14,000,000,000 mA | 14,000 kA | 1,400,000 Bi | 1,400,000 abA | 4,197,100,000,000,000 statA | 14,000,000 C/s |

15 MA | 15,000,000 A | 15,000,000,000 mA | 15,000 kA | 1,500,000 Bi | 1,500,000 abA | 4,496,900,000,000,000 statA | 15,000,000 C/s |

16 MA | 16,000,000 A | 16,000,000,000 mA | 16,000 kA | 1,600,000 Bi | 1,600,000 abA | 4,796,700,000,000,000 statA | 16,000,000 C/s |

17 MA | 17,000,000 A | 17,000,000,000 mA | 17,000 kA | 1,700,000 Bi | 1,700,000 abA | 5,096,500,000,000,000 statA | 17,000,000 C/s |

18 MA | 18,000,000 A | 18,000,000,000 mA | 18,000 kA | 1,800,000 Bi | 1,800,000 abA | 5,396,300,000,000,000 statA | 18,000,000 C/s |

19 MA | 19,000,000 A | 19,000,000,000 mA | 19,000 kA | 1,900,000 Bi | 1,900,000 abA | 5,696,100,000,000,000 statA | 19,000,000 C/s |

20 MA | 20,000,000 A | 20,000,000,000 mA | 20,000 kA | 2,000,000 Bi | 2,000,000 abA | 5,995,800,000,000,000 statA | 20,000,000 C/s |

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## References

- National Institute of Standards & Technology, Unit Conversion, https://www.nist.gov/pml/owm/metric-si/unit-conversion

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