**At 120 Volts, 100 VA = 0.83 A**, our **va to amps calculator** is a **powerful tool** used to convert **volt-amperes (VA)** to **amperes (A)** using **I = S / V** formula.

VA, orvolt-amperes, representsapparent powerin an electrical system. It’s thetotal powersupplied to a load, regardless of thepower factor.Amps, short foramperes, measure theflow of electric chargethrough a circuit.

## VA to Amps Calculator

Apparent Power (VA) | Voltage (V) | Current (A) |
---|---|---|

25 | 12 | 2.08 |

50 | 24 | 2.08 |

100 | 120 | 0.83 |

100 | 240 | 0.42 |

250 | 120 | 2.08 |

500 | 230 | 2.17 |

750 | 120 | 6.25 |

1000 | 48 | 20.83 |

1500 | 120 | 12.50 |

2000 | 208 | 9.62 |

2500 | 277 | 9.03 |

3000 | 220 | 13.64 |

4000 | 480 | 8.33 |

5000 | 480 | 10.42 |

7500 | 480 | 15.63 |

10000 | 208 | 48.08 |

12500 | 480 | 26.04 |

15000 | 240 | 62.50 |

20000 | 400 | 50.00 |

25000 | 480 | 52.08 |

30000 | 480 | 62.50 |

40000 | 480 | 83.33 |

50000 | 480 | 104.17 |

## Volt-Amperes to Amperes Conversion Chart

VA | 12V | 24V | 48V | 120V | 208V | 230V | 240V | 277V | 480V |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

100 | 8.33 | 4.17 | 2.08 | 0.83 | 0.48 | 0.43 | 0.42 | 0.36 | 0.21 |

250 | 20.83 | 10.42 | 5.21 | 2.08 | 1.20 | 1.09 | 1.04 | 0.90 | 0.52 |

500 | 41.67 | 20.83 | 10.42 | 4.17 | 2.40 | 2.17 | 2.08 | 1.81 | 1.04 |

750 | 62.50 | 31.25 | 15.63 | 6.25 | 3.61 | 3.26 | 3.13 | 2.71 | 1.56 |

1000 | 83.33 | 41.67 | 20.83 | 8.33 | 4.81 | 4.35 | 4.17 | 3.61 | 2.08 |

1500 | 125.00 | 62.50 | 31.25 | 12.50 | 7.21 | 6.52 | 6.25 | 5.42 | 3.13 |

2000 | 166.67 | 83.33 | 41.67 | 16.67 | 9.62 | 8.70 | 8.33 | 7.22 | 4.17 |

2500 | 208.33 | 104.17 | 52.08 | 20.83 | 12.02 | 10.87 | 10.42 | 9.03 | 5.21 |

3000 | 250.00 | 125.00 | 62.50 | 25.00 | 14.42 | 13.04 | 12.50 | 10.83 | 6.25 |

4000 | 333.33 | 166.67 | 83.33 | 33.33 | 19.23 | 17.39 | 16.67 | 14.44 | 8.33 |

5000 | 416.67 | 208.33 | 104.17 | 41.67 | 24.04 | 21.74 | 20.83 | 18.05 | 10.42 |

7500 | 625.00 | 312.50 | 156.25 | 62.50 | 36.06 | 32.61 | 31.25 | 27.08 | 15.63 |

10000 | 833.33 | 416.67 | 208.33 | 83.33 | 48.08 | 43.48 | 41.67 | 36.10 | 20.83 |

12500 | 1041.67 | 520.83 | 260.42 | 104.17 | 60.10 | 52.17 | 52.08 | 45.13 | 26.04 |

15000 | 1250.00 | 625.00 | 312.50 | 125.00 | 72.12 | 65.22 | 62.50 | 54.17 | 31.25 |

20000 | 1666.67 | 833.33 | 416.67 | 166.67 | 96.15 | 87.83 | 83.33 | 72.22 | 41.67 |

25000 | 2083.33 | 1041.67 | 520.83 | 208.33 | 120.19 | 109.57 | 104.17 | 90.28 | 52.08 |

30000 | 2500.00 | 1250.00 | 625.00 | 250.00 | 144.23 | 130.43 | 125.00 | 108.33 | 62.50 |

40000 | 3333.33 | 1666.67 | 833.33 | 333.33 | 192.31 | 173.91 | 166.67 | 144.44 | 83.33 |

50000 | 4166.67 | 2083.33 | 1041.67 | 416.67 | 240.38 | 217.39 | 208.33 | 180.56 | 104.17 |

**Note: All values are in Amperes (A). Values are rounded to two decimal places.**

## VA to Amps Conversion Formula

The formula to convert **VA to amps** is:

I = S / V

Where:

Iis the current inamps (A)Sis the apparent power involt-amperes (VA)Vis the voltage involts (V)

For a

2400 VAload operating at240 volts:

I =2400 VA / 240 V = 10 A

A

500 VAdevice on a110-voltcircuit:

I =500 VA / 110 V ≈ 4.55 A

## How do I convert VA to amps?

Determine the apparent power(S) involt-amperes (VA).

Identify the operating voltage(V) of the system or device.

Apply the conversion formula:I = S / V

Calculate the resultto obtain the current inamps.

Let’s convert **3000 VA** to amps for a **220-volt** system:

Apparent power (S) =

3000 VAOperating voltage (V) =

220 VApply the formula:

I = 3000 VA / 220 VCalculate:

I = 13.64 A

A **3000 VA load** on a **220-volt system** draws approximately **13.64 amps**.

- For
**three-phase systems**, divide the result by**√3**(square root of 3). **Power factor**affects the relationship between**apparent power (VA)**and**real power (watts)**. In systems with a**power factor**less than**1**, the current draw will be higher than calculated using only**VA**.

## How many amps is a 50 VA transformer?

Consider a **50 VA transformer** with both **12V** and **24V taps**:

For the **12V tap**:

I =

50 VA / 12 V = 4.17 AThis means the

12V windingcan supply up to4.17 amps.

For the **24V tap**:

I =

50 VA / 24 V = 2.08 AThe

24V windingcan provide up to2.08 amps.

**Scenario 1: 12V output**

Using the formula **I = S / V**:

I = **50 VA / 12 V ≈ 4.17 A**

**Scenario 2: 24V output**

I = **50 VA / 24 V ≈ 2.08 A**

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