1 K/A is equal to how many watt?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
1 K / A is not a recognized unit .
"k" ( small k ) stands for one thousand , and can accidently sometimes be written as big K.
A denotes a number of Amps ( electric current - coulombs per second ) but the combination of one divided by the other is meaningless.
If it is supposed to be 1 KVA , then this is just another way of writing 1 kW = 1000 watts
That could be it.... just a little typo .Source(s): Old teacher