How many amps does a typical motorcycle starter draw?
About 85 amps for an average import motorcycle. Closer to twice that for a Harley-Davidson.
about 600 amps
Nothing at all. Increasing the cranking amps will not harm anything. The starter will only draw the amps it needs.
It depends on the size and type of the motor being started.
Each computer will have an amperage rating. Using 80% rule for continuous load you should not exceed 16 Amps total. You'll have to add in your monitor power as well. Your start up current can be slightly higher due to bringing discs up to speed. A typical desktop might draw from 2 to 3 amps. Depending on type a monitor may draw from 1 to 3 amps. A typical laptop may draw 1.5 amps from… Read More
Depends on how big the motor is. A stronger motor will draw more amps then a weaker or less efficient motor. For example a wiper motor draws far less then a starter motor.
How many amps does a 1 hp motor draw?
Divide the power rating (in watts) by the voltage (in volts). So if you use a 100 watt light bulb in a typical 110 volt lamp then it will draw 100/110 = .91 amps of current. Or plug a 1500 watt electric heater into a 110 volt wall socket and it will draw 1500/110 = 13.6 amps of current.
FLA Amps are 30 amps
draw a typical storage hierarchy pyramind.
A2.2 kW kettle will draw 9.16 amps at 240 volts. I = W/E. Amps = Watts/Volts.
Divide the wattage by the voltage - this equals amps.
Two and a half to three amps
draw 0.104 amps
Up to sixty three amps.
About 0.6 amps for a 12v 21w bulb
An electrical device may draw amps, but there is not a device that equates to amps. Amperes are the measure of current flow in a circuit.
.5 amps With 120 volts
Watts = Volts x Amps Amps = Watts/Volts = 2000/240 Amps = 8.3
Watts = Amps x Volts. Amps = Watts/Voltage. Amps = 2500/apply voltage here.
decribe two causes of higher than normal starter current draw
Full Load Amps 77
28 amps at full load
5.5kw =5500 divided by 240= 22.92 amps
Its on your plug in adapter most draw very little about 1.5
You can pull it out and take it to most auto parts stores to have it tested, that is what I usually do. You can test it yourself with a volt meter. You need one that will test the amperage draw. I am not sure what the specs are for that starter. You can usually get the specs from your locol auto parts store. I think it has to be tested at the starter on… Read More
Watts is the amount of power the heater has and amps would be the draw- if it is a 120 volt heater than the amps would be 12.5 amps and it is instantaneous
1100 watts or about ten amps then another 3 to 4 amps for turn table light and fan
How many amps a refrigerator draws depends on what kind of refrigerator it is. The average fridge pulls approximately 120 amps.
It would be at least 250 amps, maybe 300 amps.
Watts are computed as amps times volts (AxV=Watts). Using that formula we know Watts and volts so w/v = amps. therefore 500/110=4.55 (rounded off) so they draw 4.55 amps roughly.
To find amps if watts and volts are known, use the formula; watts / volts = amps or 5000 / 240 = 20.83 amps
Watts = Amps x Volts. Amps = Watts/Volts, 5000/240 = 20.8 amps
A single phase 10 HP motor will draw aproximately 50 amps. A three phase 10 HP motor will draw aproximately 28 amps.
Divide 1000 by 220 = 4.5 amps
it draws 210 amps
Amps for an oven are governed by the total wattage of the oven and what the voltage supply to the oven is.
It is drawing .06 amps.
There are no amps until you connect something to it. The 120 volts is the potential power. Once you connect or plug something in that uses the power then it will draw current. For example if you hook up a 60 watt bulb to this circuit then it will draw 0.5 amps. (Watts / Volts = Amps)
amps like.. amplifiers? it depends on how many speakers you have. or amps like.. current draw? again. depends on your power needs, your power amps... ect
it draws 5v 500ma
Depends on the size of the LED light and the voltage applied. An example is an LED 24 volt globe light that pulls 8 watts which draw 0.333333 amps. Take an LED 120 volt light bulb draws 12 watts and will pull 0.1 amps. The same bulb at 240 volts wil draw 0.05 amps. it really depends on the watts and voltage applied. An average would be about 0.1 amps.
The electric heater will have power rated in Watts. The Amps it will draw depends on the voltage system you are using. Can be calculated by formula I (Amps) = P / V In the USA with 110V system a 2400W heater will draw 2400 Watts / 110 Volts = 21.8 Amps In Australia with a 230 V system a 2400W heater will draw 2400 Watts / 230 Volts = 10.4 Amps
To answer this question the wattage of the block heater must be stated. Amps = Watts/Volts.
5 amps. This is determined by using a variation of ohm's law. Amps = Watts / Volts or 5 Amps = 600 Watts / 120 Volts
Current (Amps) = Power (Watt)/Voltage (V) Therefore a 4500W heating element will draw 18.75A = 4500W/240V
depends on voltage
10 Amps. Amps=Watts/Volts
To answer this question the voltage must be given. I = W/E. Amps = Watts / Voltage.
The formula you are looking for is I = W/E. Amps = Watts divided by Volts.
The equation that you are looking for is I = E/R. Amps = Volts/Resistance.