voltampere

volt·am·pere

(vōlt'am-pēr),
A unit of electrical power; the product of 1 V by 1 A; equivalent to 1 W or 1/1000 kW.
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volt·am·pere

(vōlt'am'pēr)
A unit of electrical power; the product of 1 volt by 1 ampere; equivalent to 1 watt or 1/1000 kilowatt.
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voltampere

(vōlt-ăm′pēr)
The value obtained by multiplying volts times amperes.
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