1. Find out how many volts of electricity your appliance uses during operation. Volts are typically listed on the appliance itself in the same location as the serial number. You cannot
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A rough guide is to divide kVA by the supply voltage then multiply by 1000 to get current in Amps. E.g. 20kVA divided by 120V is 0.167; times 1000 is 167 Amps. But kVA is not the
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You can't convert watts to amps they're a different measurement however you can find amps from watts if you know the volts. Watts= Volts x Amps (W= VA or to help remember "West
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PS, I'd go for 200 amps at least. Doesn't cost much more initially, but can be pricey if you have to upgrade a year from now.
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