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KVAKungliga Vetenskapsakademien (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences)
KVAKilovolt-Ampere
KVAKilovolt-Amps
KVAKostenvoranschlag (German: Cost Estimate)
KVAKlondike Visitors Association
KVAKavala, Greece - Kavala (Airport Code)
KVAKankakee Valley Association (Indiana)
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The new Power 2000 line, for example, which covers 1000 to 2500 kVA, uses DDC/MTU engines.
Table 24: World Historic Review for 500-10,000 Kva Transformers by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Units for Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-57
5 to 5 kVa range, although it is available in the below 20 kVa range.
Recent projects at KVA include: The East River Ferry Project, the design of six sustainable ferry landings for The City of New York including the new multi-modal Public Terminal at 34th Street Pier, and the Rhode Island's School of Design's Center for Integrated Technology, a studio arts facility with integrated digital technologies, an arts and business incubator program and the Sol Koffler Gallery.
The company offers the industry's broadest range of battery-free power quality solutions: the CleanSource DC product line, which is compatible with all leading UPS brands and is available in the 100 kW to 2000 kW range, and the CleanSource UPS product family, available from 65 kVA to 3600 kVA.
1 to 200 kVA, and 200 kVA and above as well as competitive and market share analysis.
Supply, installation and commissioning of 21 three-phase 20 kVA, 5 each single phase 20 kVA, 16 kVA three-phase 40, 8 three-phase 80 kVA new, automated, stationary diesel generators complete with RIA and bypass switches.
Nasdaq:ACPW), a leading manufacturer of battery-free power quality products, announces two important milestones: the initial order of the international version of its new high power Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), a 1000 kVA unit; and the shipment of its first 1200 kVA system.
Active Power (Nasdaq:ACPW), a leading manufacturer of battery-free power quality products, received an order for a 750 kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system that will be used to protect runway lights at Vigo Airport in Spain.