# Volts to millivolts conversion

To convert Volts to millivolts, you need to multiply the value in Volts by 1000. Since the prefix "milli-" denotes one thousandth, 1 Volt is equal to 1000 millivolts. Therefore, to convert Volts to millivolts, simply multiply the given value in Volts by 1000.

## What is Volts to millivolts conversion

To convert volts (V) to millivolts (mV), you need to multiply the value in volts by 1,000.

This is because there are 1,000 millivolts in a volt.

For example, let's convert 0.5 volts to millivolts:

mV = 0.5 V * 1,000 mV = 500 mV

Therefore, 0.5 volts is equal to 500 millivolts.

## How to convet volts to millivolts

1 V = 10^{3} mV = 1000 mV

or

1 mV = 10^{-3} V = 0.001 V

### Volts to millivolts formula

The voltage *V* in millivolts (mV) is equal to the voltage *V* in volts (V) times 1000:

*V*_{(mV)} = *V*_{(V)} × 1000

### Example

Convert 3 volts to millivolts:

*V*_{(mV)} = 3V × 1000 = 3000 mV

## Volts to millivolts conversion table

Volts (V) | Millivolts (mV) |
---|---|

0 V | 0 mV |

0.001 V | 1 mV |

0.01 V | 10 mV |

0.1 V | 100 mV |

1 V | 1000 mV |