Welcome to the full load current calculation template!

To calculate the full load current of a device or circuit, you will need to know the following information:

- The voltage of the circuit (V)
- The power rating of the device or circuit (W)
- The power factor of the device or circuit (PF)
- Whether the circuit is single-phase, 3-phase or DC

Let's begin!

S

:5kVA

V_LL

:415volts

Cos θ (PF)

:0.85

I_3P

:8.18380164ampere

I_SP

:14.1743444ampere

I_DC

:12.0481928ampere

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The full load current is the amount of current that a device or electrical circuit is rated to carry continuously, without overheating or damaging the conductors. Knowing the full load current of a device or circuit is important to properly size the conductors, overcurrent protection devices, and power supply.

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