# Coulomb/Second to Ampere Converter

1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Ampere

## One Coulomb/Second is Equal to How Many Amperes?

The answer is one Coulomb/Second is equal to 1 Ampere and that means we can also write it as 1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Ampere. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Coulomb/Second to Ampere. Just simply enter value 1 in Coulomb/Second and see the result in Ampere.

Manually converting Coulomb/Second to Ampere can be time-consuming,especially when you don’t have enough knowledge about Electric Current units conversion. Since there is a lot of complexity and some sort of learning curve is involved, most of the users end up using an online Coulomb/Second to Ampere converter tool to get the job done as soon as possible.

We have so many online tools available to convert Coulomb/Second to Ampere, but not every online tool gives an accurate result and that is why we have created this online Coulomb/Second to Ampere converter tool. It is a very simple and easy-to-use tool. Most important thing is that it is beginner-friendly.

## How to Convert Coulomb/Second to Ampere (C/s to A)

By using our Coulomb/Second to Ampere conversion tool, you know that one Coulomb/Second is equivalent to 1 Ampere. Hence, to convert Coulomb/Second to Ampere, we just need to multiply the number by 1. We are going to use very simple Coulomb/Second to Ampere conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.

$$\text{1 Coulomb/Second} = 1 \times 1 = \text{1 Ampere}$$

## What Unit of Measure is Coulomb/Second?

Coulomb/Second or Coulomb per Second is a unit of measurement for electrical current. One coulomb per second is equal to 1 ampere.

## What is the Symbol of Coulomb/Second?

The symbol of Coulomb/Second is C/s. This means you can also write one Coulomb/Second as 1 C/s.

## What Unit of Measure is Ampere?

Ampere is a unit of measurement for electric current. It is named after French mathematician and physicist, André-Marie Ampère. One ampere is equal to one coulomb per second.

## What is the Symbol of Ampere?

The symbol of Ampere is A. This means you can also write one Ampere as 1 A.

## How to Use Coulomb/Second to Ampere Converter Tool

• As you can see, we have 2 input fields and 2 dropdowns.
• From the first dropdown, select Coulomb/Second and in the first input field, enter a value.
• From the second dropdown, select Ampere.
• Instantly, the tool will convert the value from Coulomb/Second to Ampere and display the result in the second input field.

Coulomb/Second

1

Ampere

1

# Coulomb/Second to Ampere Conversion Table

Coulomb/Second [C/s]Ampere [A]Description
1 Coulomb/Second1 Ampere1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Ampere
2 Coulomb/Second2 Ampere2 Coulomb/Second = 2 Ampere
3 Coulomb/Second3 Ampere3 Coulomb/Second = 3 Ampere
4 Coulomb/Second4 Ampere4 Coulomb/Second = 4 Ampere
5 Coulomb/Second5 Ampere5 Coulomb/Second = 5 Ampere
6 Coulomb/Second6 Ampere6 Coulomb/Second = 6 Ampere
7 Coulomb/Second7 Ampere7 Coulomb/Second = 7 Ampere
8 Coulomb/Second8 Ampere8 Coulomb/Second = 8 Ampere
9 Coulomb/Second9 Ampere9 Coulomb/Second = 9 Ampere
10 Coulomb/Second10 Ampere10 Coulomb/Second = 10 Ampere
100 Coulomb/Second100 Ampere100 Coulomb/Second = 100 Ampere
1000 Coulomb/Second1000 Ampere1000 Coulomb/Second = 1000 Ampere

# Coulomb/Second to Other Units Conversion Table

ConversionDescription
1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Ampere1 Coulomb/Second in Ampere is equal to 1
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.001 Kiloampere1 Coulomb/Second in Kiloampere is equal to 0.001
1 Coulomb/Second = 10 Deciampere1 Coulomb/Second in Deciampere is equal to 10
1 Coulomb/Second = 100 Centiampere1 Coulomb/Second in Centiampere is equal to 100
1 Coulomb/Second = 1000 Milliampere1 Coulomb/Second in Milliampere is equal to 1000
1 Coulomb/Second = 1000000 Microampere1 Coulomb/Second in Microampere is equal to 1000000
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.1 Dekaampere1 Coulomb/Second in Dekaampere is equal to 0.1
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.01 Hectoampere1 Coulomb/Second in Hectoampere is equal to 0.01
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.000001 Megaampere1 Coulomb/Second in Megaampere is equal to 0.000001
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.1 Biot1 Coulomb/Second in Biot is equal to 0.1
1 Coulomb/Second = 1.26 Gilbert1 Coulomb/Second in Gilbert is equal to 1.26
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.1 Abampere1 Coulomb/Second in Abampere is equal to 0.1
1 Coulomb/Second = 0.1 EMU of Current1 Coulomb/Second in EMU of Current is equal to 0.1
1 Coulomb/Second = 2997924536.84 Statampere1 Coulomb/Second in Statampere is equal to 2997924536.84
1 Coulomb/Second = 2997924536.84 ESU of Current1 Coulomb/Second in ESU of Current is equal to 2997924536.84
1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Volt/Ohm1 Coulomb/Second in Volt/Ohm is equal to 1
1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Watt/Volt1 Coulomb/Second in Watt/Volt is equal to 1
1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Weber/Henry1 Coulomb/Second in Weber/Henry is equal to 1
1 Coulomb/Second = 1 Siemens Volt1 Coulomb/Second in Siemens Volt is equal to 1
1 Coulomb/Second = 2994011976.05 Franklin/Second1 Coulomb/Second in Franklin/Second is equal to 2994011976.05