VA to Watts :

Electrical Calculator
Enter volt-amps: VA
Enter power factor (0 to 1):  
Result in watts: W
VA :
  • A volt-ampere is the unit for the apparent power in an electrical circuit.
  • The apparent power equals the product of root mean square voltage and root mean square current.
  • In direct current circuits, this product is equal to the real power in watts.
Watts :
  • The watt is a unit of power or radiant flux.In the International System of Units, it is defined as a derived unit of 1 kg⋅m²⋅s⁻³ or, equivalently, 1 joule per second.It is used to quantify the rate of energy transfer.
VA to Watts :
  • It is used to convert the apparent power in volt amps (VA) to the real power in watts (W).
  • Since they are two different units, they cannot be converted directly, and hence the power factor is used when calculating volt amps to watts.
  • Formula,P (W) = S (VA) x PF.
  • It means that the real power in watts is calculated by multiplying the apparent power in volt amps by the power factor.
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