How to Calculate 3 Phase Loads?

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To calculate the power of 3 Phase Loads, you will have to use the formula kVA is equal to V x I x ˆš3 ÷ 1000. Where V is equal to Volts generated, I is equivalent to the Amps available and the P.F. Power factor of load (Usually 0.8) ˆš3 is equivalent to 1.732.
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