### VAR to Amps Calculator:

Enter the reactive power, voltage then press the calculate button to get the reactive current in Amps

### VAR to Amps calculation:

As you know VAR is the unit of reactive power and Amps is the unit of Electrical current. here the flow of reactive current in amps I_{(A)} is equal to the reactive power Q_{(VAR)} in VAR (Volt-Amp Reactive) divided by the product of line voltage V_{(V) }in volts (divided by 1.732 times is for three-phase). Hence the formula for VAR to Amps can be written as,

**For single phase**

Reactive Current in Amps I_{(A)} = Q_{(VAR)} / V_{(V)}

**Three-phase,**

Reactive Current in Amps I_{(A)} = Q_{(VAR)} / (1.732 x V_{(V)})

__VAR to Amps calculation:__

Calculate the reactive current of a 25000 VAR capacitor bank is connected across 440 volts.

By using our formula,

Reactive current = 25000 / (1.732 x 440)

Reactive current I_{(A)} = 32.8Amps.

Hence 25000 VAR capacitor banks can supply 32.8 Amps reactive current @ 440 Volts.