A single phase transformer is a type of power transformer that utilizes single-phase AC, which means the transformer depends only on a voltage cycle that operates in a unified time phase. It is used for power distribution. It accepts single-phase AC power and outputs single-phase AC power, at a higher or lower voltage level. You can find its corresponding Kilovolt-amps (kVA), Amps and Voltage alternatively with the other known values using this Single Phase Transformer Calculator.
A single phase transformer produces an electric current of 180 kVA at a voltage of 450 Volts. Convert kVA to amperage.
A = (1000 x kVA) / v
A = (1000 x 180) / 450
= 400 A