Converting KVA (Kilo Volt Ampere) to a 3-phase KW (kilowatt) reading when kilo is equal to 1000 can be performed by executing a formula. This formula can be applied for home emergency generator sets or an industrial motor electrical application. By following a set of multiplication rules and knowing the power factor of the 3-phase device I can calculate this conversion.Yet I need to know how can I convert 20kva ups to KW 3-Phase?
Understand the above-listed formulas. Essentially, the KVA equation is for the potential of the electrical circuit. This means the electrical circuit can provide this much power to the motor or device.Calculate the 20kva ups of an electrical circuit that has the potential of 480 volts at 50 amperes. Multiply 1.73 times 480 times 50 will equal 41,520 VA. Note that the answer is in VA (volt amperes) and not KVA.Find the KW rating or consumption of the 3-phase circuit if the power factor of the device is 1.15 as identified on the nameplate. Use the formula, (KW = KVA * power factor) to find the result. KW is equal to 41.52 KVA times 1.15, which results in 47.748 KW.
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