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With a 1440 watt and 12 volt, the battery must be over a thousand AH. (ampere/ hour) because for the 1440 watt, you need a current of more than 100 ampere. But even with a few hundreds of watt, you need a very powerful battery, because 300 watt, will pull 30 amps from the battery. A car battery with even 100 AH can't deliver that.

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15.000 Watts divided by 400 Volts = 37,5 Ampere. You can't predict the start current. That peak is much higher.

Jul 14, 2014 | Magic Chef MCBR440 Compact Refrigerator

You cannot convert from amps to watts.

The Ampere is a unit of current intensity while the watt is a unit of power.

They can be related through the Joule effect law in a resistor

A resistor of resistance R that carries a current intensity I dissipates a power P=R*I^2=(R*I)*I=U*I where U is the potential difference across the resistor.

1 Watt = 1 Ohm *(1 A)^2

1 Watt = 1 Volt* 1 Ampere

The Ampere is a unit of current intensity while the watt is a unit of power.

They can be related through the Joule effect law in a resistor

A resistor of resistance R that carries a current intensity I dissipates a power P=R*I^2=(R*I)*I=U*I where U is the potential difference across the resistor.

1 Watt = 1 Ohm *(1 A)^2

1 Watt = 1 Volt* 1 Ampere

Mar 25, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Your calculations is correct - 220 X 0.7 = 154 watts.

If your fridge only runs on 220 volts then you need solar panels that charge 12 volt lead acid batteries and then use a inverter to convert 12 volts DC to 220 volts AC.

If your fridge only runs on 220 volts then you need solar panels that charge 12 volt lead acid batteries and then use a inverter to convert 12 volts DC to 220 volts AC.

Jan 13, 2012 | Kelvinator Refrigerators

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300 Kilo Watt = 300 Kilo Volt Ampere

1 Watt = 1 Volt Ampere

300 Kilo Watt = 300 Kilo Volt Ampere

1 Watt = 1 Volt Ampere

Aug 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Multiply running amps times 120 and get the watts.This is Ohms law. You will see ampere rating on back of unit.

Jan 06, 2011 | Kenmore 72252 / 72254 / 72259 Bottom...

You will need the 2-60A breakers. 11kw is 11,000 watts. Watts = voltage X Current (amperes) If we take this formula and change it around to calculate amperes it is like this. Amperes = watts / volts amperes = 11000 watts / 240 volts This is 45.8 amperes or let us say 46 amperes. The closest breaker that you have would be a 50 amp breaker 2 pole of course . 2 - 50. If you cannot get a 2 - 50 then a 2-60 is fine. I would run with a #6 copper wire, I would check with local code to verify the wire size in your area. Make sure that the unit is grounded as well. Minimum of a #10 wire, I would also check local codes as well. Enjoy the steam!

Dec 27, 2010 | Steamist 11 KW Steam Unit SM11IM

Ok, Heres the deal. A gel cell battery is 7.2 Ampere hrs, so to get 14,4 Ampere hours you would need two batteries connected in parallel. A F&P machine such as mine consumes around 60 Watts of power. Using Ohms law we get W= IxE or Watts = volts X amps[or amperes = watts / volts] so that a 60 Watt machine has a current draw of 60/110< =0.55A so that a 14.4 A/hr battery will run this machine for around 20hrs (allowing a residual charge of 25%)

Jun 23, 2009 | Duracell Standby Power Plug 400 Watt...

I have a kelvinator refrigerator, top-mount type model # SKNT 16E.

220V, 1-phase, Defrost amps 1.9, Watts 575,

Gross/Liters 453/396

I have replaced new door gasket.

Freezer gasket is in very condition.

Compressor drawing 3.15amps.

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220V, 1-phase, Defrost amps 1.9, Watts 575,

Gross/Liters 453/396

I have replaced new door gasket.

Freezer gasket is in very condition.

Compressor drawing 3.15amps.

- Question is Compressor is working 8 minutes and remains off for 3 minutes.This cycle is happening from some days.Thermostat and timers seem to be ok. Do i need to change Overload cut-out at the compressor or not....please suggest.

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Feb 18, 2009 | Refrigerators

You can figure the power usage by taking the voltage x Amperage, That will give you watts. EXAMPLE 120 x 6 = 720 watts . there should be a data plate inside the fridge giving you the full load amps. Which is everything that draws amps on at the same time. Hope this helps. Any questions get back with me and I can help more.

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