# How to calculate Capacitors Power Factor Correction – Calculator

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## Capacitors Power Factor Correction Calculation

 Connected Load= kw = KiloWatts Current PF= (0.1 to 1.0) Desired PF= (0.1 to 1.0) Original KVA= KVA New KVA= KVA

## The formula of Capacitors Power Factor Correction :

Original  Kilo Volt Amperes(KVA) =Current Load / Current Power Factor(PF)

New Kilo Volt Amperes (KVA) = Connected Load  / Desired Power Factor (PF)

## Example of Capacitors Power Factor Correction :

If current load is 7 and Current Power Factor is 0.5, then calculate Original  Kilo Volt-Amperes.

Solution:

Original  Kilo Volt Amperes(KVA) = 7 / 0.5 =

Example 2:

If current load is 7 and Current Power Factor is 0.3, then calculate Original  Kilo Volt-Amperes.

Kilo Volt Amperes =  7 / 0.3 =

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