We all encounter terms like watts (W) and volt-amps (VA) when searhing for electrical appliances for your home, but what exactly do they mean, and how do we convert between them,today we'll look into the VA to watts conversion.

Use this free Online tools for Volt-amps (VA) to watts (W) calculator.Please input apparent power(S) in volt-amps and PF and click the Calculate button to obtain result in kilowatts.

## Online VA to watts calculator

## How to convert apparent power in volt-amps (VA) to real power in watts (W)?

### VA to watts conversion formula

P=The real power P in watts (W)

S=the apparent power S in volt-amps (VA)

PF=the power factor PF

**P(in Watts) = S(VA) × Power Factor**

So that you can define power p in watts are equal to VA times the PF.

**watts = volt-amps(VA) × Power Factor**

or

**W = VA × PF**

**Let's take an example**

**Example#1**

Find out the power P in circuit where S=the apparent power is 2000 VA,PF=the power factor is 0.8

Apply formula for the Solution:

P = 2000VA × 0.8 = 2500W

**Try More Conversion**

using above formula you can easily perform following conversion

**1000 va to watts converter****500 va to watts****5000 va to watts**

## VA to Watts Conversion Chart (Power Factor = 1)

VA (Volt-Ampere) | Watts (W) |
---|---|

500 VA | 500 W |

600 VA | 600 W |

800 VA | 800 W |

1000 VA | 1000 W |

1500 VA | 1500 W |

2000 VA | 2000 W |

3000 VA | 3000 W |