sponsored by Eaton Corporation
Premiered:  Jan 17, 2014
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Webcast
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Volt-ampere (VA) is a rating that refers to how much equipment a UPS is designed to support. While VA and watts are both units of power, they do not mean the same thing – but why is it important to differentiate between the two?

This brief on-demand webcast describes the difference between VA and watts, and explains how knowing this distinction is critical in helping you correctly size your UPS. Tune in to learn more now.






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