Volts to VA – Conversion, Formula, example and table

With this calculator you can convert volts to VA easily, just by entering some basic parameters in the online calculation tool.

To facilitate the understanding of the conversion, some examples of Volt a VA are shown , the formula that must be used, how to perform the conversion in 1 step and a table with the most common equivalences.

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More data of the conversion from Volts to VA:

Formula of conversion of Volts to VA:

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  • AC = Amps.
  • LL = Line-Line Voltage.
  • LN = Line-Neutral Voltage.
  • VA (1Ø) = Kilovoltio-Amperes monofasico.
  • VA (2Ø) = Kilovoltio-biphasic amp.
  • VA (3Ø) = Kilovoltio-Ampere trifasico.

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How to convert from Volts to VA in 1 step:

How to convert from Volts to VA in 1 step

Step 1:

Only the variables between them should be multiplied depending on the type of load (single-phase, two-phase or three-phase). For example: A three-phase pumping equipment has a current of 3.3 Amp and 220 Volts, to find the power, the formula for three-phase equipment should be used as follows: √3 × 3.3Ax220V, resulting in = 1257VA.

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Examples of volt to VA conversions:

Example 1:

A monophasic gym treadmill consumes 18.5Amp and has a voltage of 110Volt, how many VA will the equipment have ?.

Answer: // It’s easy you just have to multiply the variables between them, the amps by the volts, in the following way: 18.5Ampx110V = 2035VA.

Example 2:

A three-phase isolation transformer has an amperage of 48.2 Amp and a voltage of 460 Volts, how many VA will the transformer have ?.

Answer: // To find the result you must multiply the variables in the following way 48.2Ampx460Voltx√3, the result will be: 38403VA.

Example 3:

A biphasic UPS has an amperage of 24.5Amp and a voltage of 120Volt, how many VA will this UPS have ?.

Answer: // The formula must be used for two-phase loads as follows: 24.5x120x2 = 5880VA.

Note: If you could notice it is very important to differentiate between line-line voltage and line-neutral voltage otherwise the results may be erroneous, so we suggest verifying the requested in the table before entering the values, it can also be useful Conversion calculator of Volts Linea-Linea a Linea -neutro and vice versa.

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Table of equivalences of Volts to VoltioAmperios (Amperes = 10Amp, AC, 3F):

How many Volts are:Equivalence in VA
120 Volts2078 VA
127 Volts2200 VA
220 Volts3811 VA
240 Volts4157 VA
277 Volts4798 VA
440 Volts7621 VA
600 Volts10392 VA
1000 Volts17321 VA
1500 Volts25981 VA
4160 Volts72053 VA
5000 Volts86603 VA
7620 Volts131982 VA
8000 Volts138564 VA
11400 Volts197454 VA
13200 Volts228631 VA
15000 Volts259808 VA
22000 Volts381051 VA
25000 Volts433013 VA
30000 Volts519615 VA
34500 Volts597558 VA
35000 Volts606218 VA
40000 Volts692820 VA
46000 Volts796743 VA
57500 Volts995929 VA
66000 Volts1143154 VA
69000 Volts1195115 VA
115000 Volts1991858 VA
138000 Volts2390230 VA
230000 Volts3983717 VA

Note: Previous conversions are made from a 10 Amp amperage and three phase AC power. For different variables you should use the online calculator that appears at the beginning.

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How to use the Volts to VA calculator:

The first thing is to choose the number of phases, then you must enter the data shown on the left side of the table, it is important to check what is requested in the table (voltage type, VL-L or VL-N) due to that of this voltage will depend the correct result of the calculation, then you must enter the amperage and finally click on calculate.