Definition: KVAR Kilovolt-Ampere Reactive
How to Do a KVAR Calculation:
There are various ways in which you can determine the reactive power (in reactive volt amperes) of a load. From the practical point of view, you can use a voltmeter and an ammeter and use the product of their readings to determine the apparent power (in volt amperes) of the load, and a wattmeter to determine the true power (in watts) of the load, then find the vectorial difference:
(reactive power)2=(apparent power)2-(true power)2
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