Convert calorie/hour [I.T.] to milliwatt


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How many calorie/hour in 1 milliwatt? The answer is 0.85984522785899.
We assume you are converting between calorie/hour [I.T.] and milliwatt.
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The SI derived unit for power is the watt.
1 watt is equal to 859.84522785899 calorie/hour, or 1000 milliwatt.
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Quick conversion chart of calorie/hour to milliwatt

1 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 1.163 milliwatt

5 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 5.815 milliwatt

10 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 11.63 milliwatt

15 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 17.445 milliwatt

20 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 23.26 milliwatt

25 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 29.075 milliwatt

30 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 34.89 milliwatt

40 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 46.52 milliwatt

50 calorie/hour to milliwatt = 58.15 milliwatt

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Definition: Milliwatt

Milliwatt (SI symbol: mW) is a unit for measuring electrical power, equal to one-thousandth (10^-3) of a watt.

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