# Question: How do you calculate kVA in single phase?

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## What is the formula to calculate kVA?

Use the formula: P(KVA) = VA/1000 where P(KVA) is power in KVA, V is voltage and A is current in amperes. For example, if V is 120 volts and A is 10 amperes, P(KVA) = VA/1000 = (120)(10)/1000 = 1.2 KVA.

## How do you calculate load in single phase?

Single-Phase Calculations

Basic electrical theory tells us that for a single-phase system, kW = (V × I × PF) ÷ 1,000. kW = (V × I) ÷ 1,000.

## Is 240 volt single phase?

Single Phase 120/240

The voltage between the two legs (called phase to phase or line to line) is 240V and the phase to neutral voltage is 120V.

## How do I convert kVA to kW?

In other words, volt-amps x power factor = watts. Similarly, KVA*PF = KW, Or kilovolt-amps times power factor equals kilowatts.

## How do you calculate per phase current?

Divide the load by the voltage x route 3 x power factor. So 60000/ ( 440 x 1.732 x 0.8) = 98 . 41A per phase.

## How do you convert HP to kVA?

In order to convert from the HP capacity of a device to the number of kVA used, you need to know the capacity and the efficiency of the device. Multiply the amount of HP by 746. For example, if you have 100 HP, you would multiply 100 by 746 to get 74,600.

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