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How do you calculate kva for a generator?

Apparent power is the power factor and actual power is the power. 100 kVA x 0.8 equals 80 kilowatts. The formula for converting kilowatts to kVA is: Actual power, power factor, and apparent power. 12,000 BTU/ hour is 1 ton. 3.517 kilowatts is the number of 1 ton.

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