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Look at your amps and multiply by volts. This will give you watts.
ex.motor label 115V/14.4A 230V/7.2A
Whether you are running on 115v or 230v you get 1,656 watts.
This converts to 1.656 KW (kilowatts)
Your power company charges you by the KW hour. I'll use
12 cents per kilowatt hour for example.
$0.12 x 1.656 = .1987
This rounds off to 20 cents per hour to run, so if you run the pump 6 hour a day,180 hours per month, the electrical cost would be
about $36 per month.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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