How big a space will a 1500 watt heater heat?
With a room that has 8 foot walls the usual formula is 10 watts per sq. ft. Divide 1500 by 10 will give you 150 sq feet of room that will be comfortably heated with a 1500 watt heater.
It depends on the how many degrees you wish to change the water and the wattage of the heater. Obviously a 1500 watt heater will do it faster than a 1000 watt heater. You might want to begin by looking at the heat transfer formula: heat in joules equals mass times change in temperature times specific heat of the material (water in this case).
How many months will pass for one 1500 watt heater to heat from 50 deg to 72 degree room temp utilizing single 60ft diameter wind turbine given 30mph winds?
These is not enough info in this question. Firstly, what has this 1500 watt heater got to heat? Itself? A room full of air? How big a room? Any heat loss from the room? Also, what is the electrical output of the turbine? Its output will probably be the same in almost all wind conditions apart from very low wind speeds (because the blades can be feathered).
a 1500 watt heater uses a power of 1500 watts or 1.5 kilowatts, so each hour it is used will take 1.5 kilowatt-hours of energy. You have to multiply the power by the time to find the energy used, and energy is what you are billed for. Kilowatt-hours are also called Units and you get billed on the units used. 1 Unit costs around $0.15 or £0.15, more or less, depending on where you are…
It depends on the source of DC that is powering the inverter. Since the inverter is 2000 watts, that just means it will handle your 1500 watt application. At 120 VAC you are drawing a little over 12 Amps. If this is an inverter plugged into a car it will run until the battery runs down, whose time will be lengthened if you keep the car running. Your battery will have an Ampere per Hour…
I don't know what exactly you mean by a "heat mat", but your question is kind of backwards. You don't run an electrical device *with* watts. You run them to *produce* watts (watts of light, watts of heat, watts of sound, etc). I believe the thing you are really asking is how many amps are required to run your device. As an example, consider a "1500 Watt heater" that is made to be plugged into…
It depends on the model, if the hair dryer is a 1500 watt hair dryer, then it uses 1500 watts on high heat. If the hair dryer is a 2000 watt hair dryer, then it uses 2000 watts on high heat. Hair dryers come in all different size wattage, so it depends on the size wattage of the dryer. Most hair dryers are 1500 watts.
Yes. They produce 1500 watts of heat. You can buy 1500 watt heaters for $19.95 elsewhere. They may be quieter and in a nice wood frame, but 1500 watts is 1500 watts--the same amount of heat. Ask any physics teacher and they'll tell you this. Edenpure proves that you can sell anything for any price if your marketing is good enough.
How many 12 volt batteries charged by a 600 watt wind turbine would it take to power a 1500 watt heater?
It would depend on the voltage needed by the heater. A 240 v heater would need twenty 12 v batteries connected in series but this is a very dangerous electrical supply that needs proper installation by an electrician. With a load of 6 amps the battery (assuming average car batteries) would supply the heater for about 6-8 hours when there is no wind.