480 Calories (thermochemical) to Watts-hour Conversion

How many watts-hour in 480 calories (thermochemical)?

There are 557.86666666667 watts-hour in 480 calories (thermochemical). To convert any value in calories (thermochemical) to watts-hour, just multiply the value in calories (thermochemical) by the conversion factor 1.1622222222222. So, 480 calories (thermochemical) times 1.1622222222222 is equal to 557.86666666667 watts-hour. See details below and use our calculator to convert any value in calories (thermochemical) to watts-hour.

To use this calories (thermochemical) to watts-hour converter, simply type the calorie (thermochemical) value in the box at left (input). The conversion result in watt-hour will immediately appear in the box at right.

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As each calorie (thermochemical) is equivalent to 1.1622222222222 watt-hour, we can use the following conversion formula:

Value in watts-hour = value in calories (thermochemical) * 1.1622222222222

Supose you want to convert 480 calories (thermochemical) into watts-hour. In this case just write the equation, then do the math:

Value in watts-hour = 480 * 1.1622222222222 = 557.86666666667 (watts-hour). This is your your final answer.

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