What is the difference between VA, VAR, and W?

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asked Jul 30 by Adeoba Pro (14,300 points)
Explanation of these electricity terms.

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answered Jul 30 by Adeoba Pro (14,300 points)
In electricity, VA ( Volt-Amperes) means the voltage and current of a system are in phase; VAR ( Volt-Amperes Reactive) means the voltage and current are out of phase; W (Watts) is silent about the phase of the voltage and current. They are all Power designations in electricity.
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