The statvolt is a unit used to measure voltage. Use one of the conversion calculators below to convert to another unit of measure, or read on to learn more about statvolts.
Statvolt Conversion Calculators
Choose a unit of voltage to convert to.
- Convert statvolts to nanovolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 299,792,458,000 nanovolts
- Convert statvolts to microvolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 299,792,458 microvolts
- Convert statvolts to millivolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 299,792 millivolts
- Convert statvolts to volts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 299.792458 volts
- Convert statvolts to kilovolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 0.299792 kilovolts
- Convert statvolts to megavolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 0.0003 megavolts
- Convert statvolts to gigavolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 2.9979E-7 gigavolts
- Convert statvolts to abvolts
- 1 statvolt is equal to 29,979,245,800 abvolts
Statvolt Definition and Usage
One statvolt is the difference in electric potential equal to exactly 299.792458 volts. One statvolt is equal to the potential difference that would move one statampere of current against one statohm of resistance.
The statvolt is a centimeter-gram-second (CGS) electrostatic unit of voltage. A statvolt is sometimes also referred to as an ESU. Statvolts can be abbreviated as stV, and are also sometimes abbreviated as statV. For example, 1 statvolt can be written as 1 stV or 1 statV.
Statvolts Measurement Conversion Table
|1 stV||299,792,458,000 nV||299,792,458 µV||299,792 mV||299.792458 V||0.299792 kV||0.0003 MV||0.00000029979 GV||29,979,245,800 abV|
|2 stV||599,584,916,000 nV||599,584,916 µV||599,585 mV||599.584916 V||0.599585 kV||0.0006 MV||0.00000059958 GV||59,958,491,600 abV|
|3 stV||899,377,374,000 nV||899,377,374 µV||899,377 mV||899.377374 V||0.899377 kV||0.000899 MV||0.00000089938 GV||89,937,737,400 abV|
|4 stV||1,199,169,832,000 nV||1,199,169,832 µV||1,199,170 mV||1,199 V||1.19917 kV||0.001199 MV||0.0000011992 GV||119,916,983,200 abV|
|5 stV||1,498,962,290,000 nV||1,498,962,290 µV||1,498,962 mV||1,499 V||1.498962 kV||0.001499 MV||0.000001499 GV||149,896,229,000 abV|
|6 stV||1,798,754,748,000 nV||1,798,754,748 µV||1,798,755 mV||1,799 V||1.798755 kV||0.001799 MV||0.0000017988 GV||179,875,474,800 abV|
|7 stV||2,098,547,206,000 nV||2,098,547,206 µV||2,098,547 mV||2,099 V||2.098547 kV||0.002099 MV||0.0000020985 GV||209,854,720,600 abV|
|8 stV||2,398,339,664,000 nV||2,398,339,664 µV||2,398,340 mV||2,398 V||2.39834 kV||0.002398 MV||0.0000023983 GV||239,833,966,400 abV|
|9 stV||2,698,132,122,000 nV||2,698,132,122 µV||2,698,132 mV||2,698 V||2.698132 kV||0.002698 MV||0.0000026981 GV||269,813,212,200 abV|
|10 stV||2,997,924,580,000 nV||2,997,924,580 µV||2,997,925 mV||2,998 V||2.997925 kV||0.002998 MV||0.0000029979 GV||299,792,458,000 abV|
|11 stV||3,297,717,038,000 nV||3,297,717,038 µV||3,297,717 mV||3,298 V||3.297717 kV||0.003298 MV||0.0000032977 GV||329,771,703,800 abV|
|12 stV||3,597,509,496,000 nV||3,597,509,496 µV||3,597,509 mV||3,598 V||3.597509 kV||0.003598 MV||0.0000035975 GV||359,750,949,600 abV|
|13 stV||3,897,301,954,000 nV||3,897,301,954 µV||3,897,302 mV||3,897 V||3.897302 kV||0.003897 MV||0.0000038973 GV||389,730,195,400 abV|
|14 stV||4,197,094,412,000 nV||4,197,094,412 µV||4,197,094 mV||4,197 V||4.197094 kV||0.004197 MV||0.0000041971 GV||419,709,441,200 abV|
|15 stV||4,496,886,870,000 nV||4,496,886,870 µV||4,496,887 mV||4,497 V||4.496887 kV||0.004497 MV||0.0000044969 GV||449,688,687,000 abV|
|16 stV||4,796,679,328,000 nV||4,796,679,328 µV||4,796,679 mV||4,797 V||4.796679 kV||0.004797 MV||0.0000047967 GV||479,667,932,800 abV|
|17 stV||5,096,471,786,000 nV||5,096,471,786 µV||5,096,472 mV||5,096 V||5.096472 kV||0.005096 MV||0.0000050965 GV||509,647,178,600 abV|
|18 stV||5,396,264,244,000 nV||5,396,264,244 µV||5,396,264 mV||5,396 V||5.396264 kV||0.005396 MV||0.0000053963 GV||539,626,424,400 abV|
|19 stV||5,696,056,702,000 nV||5,696,056,702 µV||5,696,057 mV||5,696 V||5.696057 kV||0.005696 MV||0.0000056961 GV||569,605,670,200 abV|
|20 stV||5,995,849,160,000 nV||5,995,849,160 µV||5,995,849 mV||5,996 V||5.995849 kV||0.005996 MV||0.0000059958 GV||599,584,916,000 abV|
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Understanding the Metric System
The metric system makes it relatively easy to convert from one metric unit to another metric unit. The metric system uses a base unit, think meters or grams, and a prefix such as kilo or milli. The prefixes differ from the base units by differing powers of 10. So to convert within the metric system it’s usually a matter of multiplying or dividing by one of the powers of 10.
Here is a list of some of the common metric prefixes:
- “kilo” – 1,000x larger
- “hecto” – 100x larger
- “deca” – 10x larger
- “deci” – 10x smaller
- “centi” – 100x smaller
- “milli” – 1,000x smaller
There is a helpful mnemonic for remembering the prefixes: “King Henry Died Until Drinking Chocolate Milk.”
The u in Until refers to the base unit.