# Amps To VA

Select phase:

Enter amps:

Enter line to line volts:

Result in volt-amps:

Select phase:

Enter amps:

Enter line to line volts:

Result in volt-amps:

**Single phase amps to VA calculation formula**

S(VA) = I(A) × V(V)

The apparent S (power) in volt-amps is equal to I (current) in amps, times the V (voltage) in V (volts).

**3 phase amps to VA calculation formula**

S(VA) = √3 × I(A) × VL-L(V) = 3 × I(A) × VL-N(V)

The apparent S (power) in kilovolt-amps is equal to square root of 3 I (current) in amps, times the line to line voltage VL-L in volts.

**Amps**

Amps measure the flow of electricity as an electric current. Specifically, it measures the amount of electrons that flow past a certain point per second.

**Volt Amps (VA)**

Volt-ampere (VA) is a measurement of power in a direct current (DC) electrical circuit. The VA specification is also used in alternating current (AC) circuits.

Phase | Amps (A) | Line to line Volts (V) | Volts-Amps (VA) |
---|---|---|---|

Single | 120 | 220 | 26400 |

Three | 120 | 220 | 45726.12 |

Single | 135 | 230 | 31050 |

Three | 135 | 230 | 53780.152 |

Single | 150 | 240 | 36000 |

Three | 150 | 240 | 62353.8 |

Single | 165 | 250 | 41250 |

Three | 165 | 250 | 71447.062 |

Single | 180 | 260 | 46800 |

Three | 180 | 260 | 81059.94 |