Most hair dryers are rated at least 800 watts to as much as 1875 watts. Given that, a 500 watt generator will NOT run a hair dryer. You would need at least a 2000 watt generator, just be be on the safe side.
Check the wattage of the blow dryer and add 500 watt. This will be the size of generator you will need to use.
No. 50 kW is 50 000 watts, so nowhere near 5 500(5.5 kW) or 6 500(6.5 kW) watts.
If the generator is needed to just supply power for the fridge then a 1500 watt unit will be ample. The market place has 6500 watt generators for around 500 dollars. Buying a larger size generator gives you the option to operate other appliances along with the fridge.
No, the output of a 350 watt amplifier will not destroy a 500 watt capacity speaker.
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A 300 watt audio system means it has a peak power of 300 watts but the average power might be only a fraction of that, perhaps 5-10 watts. So it might run off a car battery, with an inverter to supply the correct voltage if needed. <<>> A 300 watt public address sound system will operate very nicely from as small as a 500 watt AC generator. A 1000 watt generator will give you more capacity if there are other devices that need powering.
+- 250 watt to 500 watt
500 lumens per 100 watt
All car speakers will go well with a 500 Watt amp, but for the best effect, get a power subwoofer.
Yes . So long as the watt difference is not over 300~ ish your sub will be safe from blowing.
Cost ranges from around one hundred dollars US for a tiny, off brand portable generator up to millions of dollars for large permanently installed generators. It really depends on the size and use. A typical 5000 watt portable generator you would use for camping and power outages at home costs around $500 - $800.
yes it is but it also depends on the sub size i have a 500 watt 12" dual sub and it kicks really hard you can hear it inside a house or building
It won't hurt to test your idea.
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I read that it 500 rms to 1 Farad.
1000 watt or 1200 watt depends on if you want to push it your sub is 500 RMS so a 1000 watt will push 500 RMS and a 1200 watt will push 600 RMS whatever the peak of you sub woofer is ie: 2400 watt cut the number in half so 1200 RMS then have a amp that does 1200 RMS Or better they make gains on a amp so u can tune it down or up to your sub
A typical portable dryer can be a convenient appliance to have, but some can be quite costly due to the portability convenience. A typical portable dryer costs between $250-$500.
The LG DLG2102W dryer is rated very well and dries fast. They cost around $500 and can be purchased at Home Depot. You can read dryer reviews at http://www.consumersearch.com/clothes-dryer-reviews
500 watt bulb run for 1 hour = 500 watt/hours or 0.5 kilowatt/hours 0.5 x 24 x 30 = 360 kilowatt/hours 360 x 0.09 = $32.40
At full power, 1000 of them. Did you really mean 10,000 watt bulbs? They do exist, but they're not at all common, and it's hard to imagine where you'd need a thousand of them. Most theatrical lights, which are considerably brighter than home fixtures, have bulbs in the 500-1000 watt range at most, with a few professional-grade fixtures going up to maybe 2500 watts. A ten thousand watt bulb might be used in a lighthouse, or perhaps in a searchlight.