Here, in this conversion calculator, you can convert Watts into VA(Volt-Ampere) and VA into Watts. This is actually Active Power to Apparent Power and Apparent Power to Active Power Converter.

Watts to VA and VA to Watts Calculator

## Watts to VA and VA to Watts Calculator

### Watts to VA Converter

 Enter power in watts: W Enter power factor: (unitless) Apparent power result in VA: VA

### VA to Watts Converter

 Enter apparent power in VA: VA Enter power factor: (unitless) Real power result in watts: W

### How to Use This Calculator?

To use the "Watts to VA and VA to Watts Calculator," follow these steps:

Step 1: Select the Conversion Direction

Click on one of the two buttons: "Watts to VA" or "VA to Watts." This will determine the direction of the conversion you want to perform.

Step 2: Enter the Input Values

For "Watts to VA" conversion:

Enter the power in watts in the "Enter power in watts" input field.
Enter the power factor (a unitless value) in the "Enter power factor" input field.

For "VA to Watts" conversion:

Enter the apparent power in VA (volt-amperes) in the "Enter apparent power in VA" input field.
Enter the power factor (a unitless value) in the "Enter power factor" input field.

Step 3: Perform the Calculation

Click the "Calculate" button for the respective conversion. This will calculate the result based on the input values and power factor.

Step 4: View the Result

The result of the conversion will be displayed in the output field.
For the "Watts to VA" conversion, the apparent power in VA will be displayed.
For the "VA to Watts" conversion, the real power in watts will be displayed.

Step 5: Reset

If you want to clear the input values and start over, you can click the "Reset" button for the respective conversion.

### Formula

Here are the formulas used in the above calculator.

Watts to VA Conversion:

Power (VA) = Power (Watts) / Power Factor

VA to Watts Conversion:

Power (Watts) = Power (VA) * Power Factor

### Example

Example for Watt to VA Conversion:

Let's say we have a device with a real power consumption of 500 watts (Power = 500 W) and a power factor of 0.8 (Power Factor = 0.8).

To find the apparent power in volt-amperes (VA), we can use the formula:

Power (VA) = 500 W / 0.8 = 625 VA

So, the apparent power of the device is 625 VA.

Example for VA to Watts Conversion:

Suppose we have an electrical load with an apparent power rating of 800 VA (Power = 800 VA) and a power factor of 0.9 (Power Factor = 0.9).

To find the real power consumption in watts, we can use the formula:

Power (Watts) = 800 VA * 0.9 = 720 W

So, the real power consumption of the load is 720 watts.

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Watts to VA and VA to Watts Conversion Calculator Reviewed by Author on August 04, 2023 Rating: 5