Actually the NEC says that the load on a branch circuit can only be 80% of the breaker size since Some appliances use a more energy to start up. so to be legal, you could only have a 1440W load on a 15 amp circuit, and 2880W with a 240 v 15 amp breaker.

Another Answer You really should be asking how you can estimate ENERGY (not 'power') consumption, based upon a wattage rating. The term, 'wattage', is a slang term for 'power', which is expressed in watts. Power is simply a rate, the rate at which energy is being consumed, and energy (for the purpose of billing, at least) is expressed in kilowatt hours.

So if you know the power ('wattage') of your load, then you must ensure that it is expressed in kilowatts and, then, multiply it by the number of hours that the load is operating. This will then tell you how much energy has been consumed over that period, expressed in kilowatt hours.

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Based on my research the power consumption of this particular item is 1580 watts and it has a rating of 15A. The Sharp Insight Pro KB6024MK is rated at 1000Watts; more specifically: 120 Volts, 60Hz/ 1.67 kW, and 14.5 Amps.

Power consumption is based on watts. The utility company's rates are based on kilowatt hours. Without the wattage of the infra red heaters being stated, an answer can not be given.

Any appliance should have a label attached giving its rating in Watts or kilowatts. This is for when it is running, appliances like fridges should also have a rating based on their average power consumption.

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The limit does not depend on the actual number of PC's that can be connected to a UPS. The limit is based on the total power consumption required by the PCs and the power supply rating of the UPS device. You can add the power consumption of all the PCs based on the number of watts (or amps) listed on a label on the back or side of each PC and compare it to the maximum load specified for the UPS unit.

This is giving a rating based on some criteria that were set out. You can do a great project and score badly just because you do not meet these criteria.

a estimate is based on known information it is just not a true answer.

The amperage that a chandelier draws is based on the amount of bulbs and the wattage of the bulbs used in the fixture. Count the amount of bulbs and multiply that number by the wattage of the bulbs. Take this total wattage and use this formula. I = W/E. Amps = Watts/ Volts.

Based on MAL, the rating is R (17+) due to "violence & profanity"

hi, Thermal based power plant have large type of coal consumption and secondly the cement and steel industries have large coal consumption

The operating cost is based on the consumption of kilowatts over a period of time. This is known as kilowatt/hours. The rate of the kilowatt hour in your area must be stated. The size and voltage or wattage of the flood light must be stated. Without this data no answer can be given.

Credit card rates are not based on geographical location,but are based on individuals credit rating. The higher the rating, the better(lower) the interest rate.

No, the rating is based on the assembly

so you consume less energy. the highest wattage is 60 on candleabra.

An estimate is a "give or take" answer based on the knowledge that is known pertaining a certain subject

it is based on quality of construction and our design strength it is based on quality of construction and our design strength it is based on quality of construction and our design strength

A Thermal based power plant have large type of coal consumption and secondly the cement and steel industries have large coal consumption.

BTU's are not based on the length. To answer this question the wattage and voltage of the baseboard must be given.

transformer rating is not measured based on current..it is also caliculated based on voltage.............ther main losses in a transformer are copper losses and core losses........cu losses mainly depend on voltage and core losses mainly depend on current..........thats why we measure the rating of transformer in KVA(kilo volt ampere)..................

Engeineers and meteorologist examine the damage done by a tornado to estimate its peak wind speed. The tornado is then assigned a rating on the Enhanced Fujita Scale from EF0 (weakest) to EF5 (strongest) based on that information.

The volts on cordless drills are based on the battery power. The volt rating reflects the battery that is in the drill.

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This question is hard to answer if you do not state your type of car, then somebody will tell you from miles per gallon etc... However, a reasonable estimate based on a typical petrol consumption of 38mpg is approximately 8.5 litres.

It is based on approximate values for the variable or a model which is not accurate or both.

Wire size is based of the amperage of the device. To answer this question the amperage is needed or the wattage and voltage of the device.

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