Volts to Joules Converter Using JavaScript Code

How to  create a volts to joules converter using JavaScript, you can use the following code. This example assumes a constant resistance value, but you can adjust it as needed:


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<title>Volts to Joules Converter</title>
<h1>Volts to Joules Converter</h1>
<label for="volts">Enter Voltage (V): </label>
<input type="number" id="volts">
<button onclick="convert()">Convert</button>
<p id="result"></p>

function convert() {

// Get the voltage value
let volts = document.getElementById('volts').value;

// Check if the input is valid
if (isNaN(volts) || volts <= 0) {
document.getElementById('result').innerHTML = "Please enter a valid positive number for voltage.";

// Assuming a resistance of 1 ohm
let resistance = 1;

// Convert volts to joules
let joules = (volts ** 2) / resistance;
document.getElementById('result').innerHTML = `Result: ${volts} Volts is approximately ${joules.toFixed(2)} Joules.`;

In this code:

1. We have an input field where the user can enter the voltage in volts (V).
2. When the user clicks the “Convert” button, the `convert()` function is called.
3. The `convert()` function retrieves the voltage value, checks if it’s a valid positive number, and then calculates the joules using the formula `(volts ** 2) / resistance`, where resistance is assumed to be 1 ohm.
4. Finally, the result is displayed to the user.