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Watts = volts X amps. So if you're on a normal household 120v circuit, watts = 120 X 15. A single 15 amp socket should handle an appliance up to about 600 watts.

Mar 03, 2015 | Air Conditioners

Kilowatt refers to 1,000 watts. Watts divided by Volts equals Amps.

If your referring to a conversion using a standard of 120 Volts which is what's common in the U.S., then your answer is 8.33... Amps. If your interested in other electrical calculations Google "Ohm's Law." Very useful formulas. V= Volts, I= Amps, W= Watts, R= Resistance.

Kilowatt Hr. = 1,000 Watts operating continuously for one hour.

If your referring to a conversion using a standard of 120 Volts which is what's common in the U.S., then your answer is 8.33... Amps. If your interested in other electrical calculations Google "Ohm's Law." Very useful formulas. V= Volts, I= Amps, W= Watts, R= Resistance.

Kilowatt Hr. = 1,000 Watts operating continuously for one hour.

Feb 10, 2013 | Air Conditioners

Hello, test for 24 volts between r and c terminals and for 120 volts at L1 and neutal on the control board, if ther is voltage to the board then the control board is faulty and must be replaced.

Sep 06, 2011 | Intertherm P3RA-048K Air Conditioner

It is a two ton system. and without doing a heat load Calculation and not knowing the heat load It would not be anything but a guess. But if everything is working properly and the system is clean and with good duct work, than it should be big enough for the size of your house.

Jun 06, 2011 | Airtemp B6Y12F2A Air Conditioner

Dear sir, heater calculate in watts and btu for cooling only.If you want calculate watts of your heater, simple formula is: Volts X Amps = Watts. Helpful?

Jan 24, 2011 | Air Conditioners

depends upon wattage of baseboard. I would guess about 20 -30 amps. Amps = Watts/Volts. Example, 1500 watts/220 volts = breaker size of 6.8 amps (add 25%) The only breaker available is a 15 amp breaker.

Oct 05, 2010 | Air Conditioners

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Jun 18, 2010 | Intertherm P3RA-036K Air Conditioner

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Jun 14, 2009 | Intertherm P3RA-048K Air Conditioner

Here are a few ways to calculate your BTU's.

Get ready to use that algebra you thought you'd never use.

1 Ton = 12000 BTU's

400cubic feet per minute (CFM) = 1 Ton on standard ac units (300 is an absolute minnimum)

BTU's air heat = difference in temp. ( ∆T ) x 1.08 x CFM

∆T = BTU's / (1.08 x CFM)

i.e. 65◦F entering your unit and 93◦F air leaving on a 12000BTU unit.

∆T = 28

CFM = 400

28 x 1.08 x 400 = 12096BTU's

Another way...

Electric heat calculations.

BTU's = KW (killowatts) x 3413

Watts = Volts x Amps (single Phase) Most Homes))

Watts = Volts x Amps x Phase (this is for three phase units.)three wires and a ground))

120 volts 30 amps single phase (common)

120 x 30.0 x 1 = 3600 or 3.6KW 3.6 x 3413 = 12286BTU's

Get ready to use that algebra you thought you'd never use.

1 Ton = 12000 BTU's

400cubic feet per minute (CFM) = 1 Ton on standard ac units (300 is an absolute minnimum)

BTU's air heat = difference in temp. ( ∆T ) x 1.08 x CFM

∆T = BTU's / (1.08 x CFM)

i.e. 65◦F entering your unit and 93◦F air leaving on a 12000BTU unit.

∆T = 28

CFM = 400

28 x 1.08 x 400 = 12096BTU's

Another way...

Electric heat calculations.

BTU's = KW (killowatts) x 3413

Watts = Volts x Amps (single Phase) Most Homes))

Watts = Volts x Amps x Phase (this is for three phase units.)three wires and a ground))

120 volts 30 amps single phase (common)

120 x 30.0 x 1 = 3600 or 3.6KW 3.6 x 3413 = 12286BTU's

Aug 09, 2008 | LG BG8000ER Air Conditioner

wattage is amperage x current

just use the formula to determine the wattage

the amperage should be listed on the name plate.

formula goes:

wattage= amperage x 240

hope to be of some help

just use the formula to determine the wattage

the amperage should be listed on the name plate.

formula goes:

wattage= amperage x 240

hope to be of some help

Apr 23, 2008 | Air Conditioners

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