There is zero amps in one kilo volt amp. The terminology of KVA is (K) kilo meaning one thousand, (V) for volt and (A) for amperage. What is missing from the equation is a given voltage. Formula for finding the answer is I = (VA or W)/V .
It is just product of voltage and current at unity powerfactor(UPF) or power at UPF. 1kva is one kilovolt amp or 1000 volts at 1000 amps.
1kva means 1kv per ampere therefore 1 amp flowing and 1 kv deduce to be the product of the two or 1kw
In Direct Current One Kilo Watt is equal to One Kilo Volt-Amp, in Alternating Current however, the KVA may be greater due to inductance. Please see, http://www.answers.com/topic/volt-amps
1 Watt = Voltage * Ampere * Power factor The Power factor normally is about 0.9 in our homes So, 1kva=1000*0.9= 900 Watts.
cost of the solarpanals per 1KVA
Not much. Keyboard amp will have a better frequency range.
Its a bit of a trick question. 1 watt is one volt-amp except in situations where the power factor has increased or decreased that ratio. For instance with a power factor of .8 a volt-amp is equal to .8 watts. So with a perfect power factor 1 kva (kilo-volt-amp) is equal to 1 kilowatt. But if the power factor is something other then 1 you can find it by pf*w=va.
Guitar amp?? or TV amp? Guitar amp would be around 700 to 1000$ on cheap bedroom amps...
APC recommends a 1500VA for this load.
No, they overheat and chip out a draws too much current.
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no .If you max out the sub panel you have 100 amp in the main panel
It all depends what sound you are looking for, and how much money you are willing to spend. If you can afford a good tube amp, then go for it, because you are going to get much much better sound from a tube amplifier.
kva (Killovolt-amperes) is the product of volts and amperes. There for there is no answer to this question since the units are not the same. Example: 1000 volts x 1 amperes = 1000va = 1kva. Also 500 volts x 2 amperes = 1000va = 1kva.
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Never. The wiring would not support that much current.
1 amp = 1,000 milliamps so 1.5 amps = 1,500 milliamps
depending on the length of neon.. a large sign 15Kv at 60 Ma is common 1Kva
No, amplituted is how much power flows in your amp. My tiny practice amp witch is 15 amps, (or so) and my friends monster amp can play at the same volume
Yes. The rating of a relay is how much current it can switch on and off, not how much it uses or must have.
I had th same problem i had to turn my amp down i guess it was to much power out put
It is very much unlikely.