tks bjcsc for your lightning fast reply. I visited the site and found the formula
Input KVA three phase : %3 X Voltage input X Input current
this is the formula but they come up with 90Kva as the answer to power but.... i don't see how they get there
as written Kva = /3 X voltage in X current in
their answer was 90 Kva when using 415 v x 125 a
so their example is
90 Kva = /3 X 415 X 125
it doesn't seem to work.
HELP!
tks
craig
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