Definitions for "Volt-amperes"
The volt-amperes of an electric circuit are the mathematical products of the volts and emperes of the client.
The product obtained by multiplying the current times the voltage in an ac circuit without regard for the phase angle between the two. This is also known as the apparent power delivered to the load as opposed to the actual or real power absorbed by the load, expressed in watts.
The current flowing in a circuit multiplied by the voltage of that circuit. An expression of the output rating of a transformer.