refer fault level calculation method to understand as to how KA rating of a device is defined
"kA" rating is often the kiloampere interrupting rating. It may have different uses as well.
ka of mccb=transformer(KVA)x100/1.732xsecondary voltagex%impedence of transformer
a = KB/KA
It was replaced by "Everyone" in 1998.
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It needs to match the rating of the service and the panel itself. The panel will have an amperage rating and you should not exceed this.
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watts Divided by Volts = amps
1000 kva = 1 mva
Sir, The rating of ac generator is always calculated in KVA.So rating of generator as asked in your question is 360 KVA Sir, The rating of ac generator is always calculated in KVA.So rating of generator as asked in your question is 360 KVA
All Circuit Breakers have a current rating and a FAULT current rating. The current rating refers to the current at which the circuit breaker is designed to 'break' the circuit and this is generally shown in Amperes (A). FAULT current rating is generally alot higher rating and is therefor shown in kilo Amperes (kA). This kA rating refers to the amount of current which a circuit breaker is designed to handle under fault conditions and can still maintain operation and 'break' contact. Most household circuit breakers are around 7.5 kA, so any fault over 7,500 Amperes could potentially damage the circuit breaker contacts to the point which it can not open the circuit. Larger fault ratings are found in larger applications such as MCC's on plants, minesites or power stations.
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