Avacuum cleaner uses 800 w of power the voltage source is 100 v what is the current flowing through the vacuum cleaner?
it is used to pick up small objects of no importance (like dirt,hair, ect...) without using your hands.
Starting with the assumption that one knows what a pool vacuum is. (1) Connect a pool hose to it. (2) Connect the pool hose to the vacuum plate over the leaf basket. (3)… Connect the vacuum head to a pole long enough to get the reach you need. (4) place the pool head (hole down ) on the pool floor. (5) start the pump, (making sure it is set to filter). (6) Systematically rub the pool vacuum head along the pool floor and walls where possible until you have covered all submerged surfaces. (7) Stop the pump. (8) Unplug pool vacuum hose. (10) Remove vacuum plate and clean rubbish out of basket. (11) Replace basket. (12) check that Hair/Lint basket against pump is clear and clean out if necessary. The pool should now be ready for use if the filter is also clean enough for use
A vacuum cleaner uses 800 W of power The voltage source is 100 V What is the current flowing through the vacuum cleaner?
Ohms Law states that Power (P or W) measured in watts divided by voltage (V or E) measured in volts equals current (I) measured in amperage (amps). P/V = I 800/100 = 8 8 a…mps of current is glowing through the vacuum cleaner.
A microwave oven uses 1200 W of power The voltage source is 120 V What is the current flowing through the microwave?
10. The typical formula for this is.. P = VI.. I = P/V = 1200 /120 =10 A. Hence, one would think that the answer is 10 A.. However, this formula applies only for DC curre…nt. For AC current,. P=VI cos (theta). where theta is the phase difference between V and I.. This phase difference is created by the inductances inside the microwave oven. This phase difference is probably mentioned on the specifications of the microwave.. Otherwise another specification maybe mentioned called "MVA".. Power (measured in MVA) = V * I. Using this , we can directly measure the I.. However, in the absence of either of the two additional information, it is impossible to fully find I.
It will suck off all of your skin.
it removes dirt from our home and works much more efficiently than brush & dustpan
Overwhelmingly, no. There are only two steam cleaners available on the market with a built in vacuum. Most people don't buy them to use as a vacuum cleaner though, they are bo…ught because the vacuum gives the steam cleaner the ability to clean carpets on top of their already well known ability to clean hard surfaces. There are some steam cleaners that can be used for carpets and rugs. In fact, they tend to clean the carpet better than most vacuums. They do a much better job at deep cleaning, removing carpet stains, eliminating allergens. Some provide the ability to achieve all of this without harmful chemicals.
Follow the directions for hooking up the vacuum either the one that uses the skimmer or the one that hooks up to a garden hose. Make sure all air is out of the hose and you ha…ve a good suction. Keep the vacuum head in the water. Then vacuum just like you would vacuum a carpet or floor.
Power = voltage x current Divide each side of that equation by 'voltage' : Power / voltage = current 100 watts / 110 volts = 10 / 11 Ampere = 0.9091 Amp (rounded…)
A microwave oven uses 1000 W of power The voltage source is 120V What is the current flowing through the microwave?
I = P/V = 1,000 / 120 = 8 1 / 3 Amp.
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A 500-watt vacuum cleaner is plugged into a 120-volt outlet and used for 30 minutes How much current runs through the vacuum?
In this case 4.2 amps of current are running through the vacuum.
A 100-w light bulb is turned on it has an operating voltage of 120 V how much current flows through the bulb?
P=UI P is your power in watts U is your potential in volts I is your current in amps So it would be 100W/120V=0.83A or 830mA
Air pressure out of the vacuum's exhaust automatically creates a negative pressure (a vacuum) at the machines front end - that picks up the dirt.
What microwave oven uses 1200 W of power The voltage source is 120 V What is the current flowing through the microwave?
You put the nozzle where there is dust, and the dust gets sucked into the machine, which collects it (some vacuum cleaners have dust bags, others just have compartments which …can be emptied). It's a pretty simple process.