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KVA is voltage multiplied by current. So if your genset can supply 450KVA at 15 Volts, by dividing 450 by 15 we get the maximum current available to be 30 amps. However you should never draw the maximum current as it would put a strain on the supply. It would be safe to draw up to 25 amps at 15volts
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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