Question about Brother Sewing Machines
Wats , or Power = I x E E= volts , if you unit shows the amperage that is I the voltage is 110 that is from the wall outlet, or 120
so 110 volts times your amperage, would = your wattage
if your product says 20 amp and you know your wall outlet has 120 volts then you will also know that you have 2200 wats
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Watts is Current ( listed in Amps and normally shown on a tag of some sort on your machine ) times Voltage ( 120Vac) so if you had
For example.. if it listed 10A as in 10 amps @ 120 V then you would have 10 x 120 or 1200 watts.. This should get you in the ballpark.. If you can provide the exact model number of your machine.. I couold get the specs on it and give you a better answer.. Hope that helps...
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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I would prefer Kenmore, enmore makes perhaps the largest selection of mechanical machines. The very cheapest Kenmore sewing machines, like the Kenmore Mini (*est. $100) and Kenmore 15208 (*est. $120), stick with a four-step buttonhole, and have just six and eight stitches, respectively. The Kenmore 15212 (*est. $150) and Kenmore 15218 (*est. $170) both have a one-step buttonhole. The cheaper Kenmore 15212 has 12 stitches. The slightly more expensive model has 18 stitches, including a smocking stitch, overcast and elastic stretch stitch in addition to the basics. Both Kenmore sewing machines are good, basic models, say reviews. Both have just a 90-day warranty, however. Bear in mind that Kenmore sewing machines are made by different Asian companies each year, resulting in varying degrees of quality; this also explains the low prices. Some users report difficulty with tension and light fabrics.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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this is not specified..but only the voltage ...being made for the US ..is on 120 V ..
the exact specifications are : 120v ~ 60hz 0.65a
If you need to use it in another location and you want the info for to use a transformer ..I'll say that any transformer that have an 120 V output ..and over 50W will do the job ..cause it;s motor can not be more powerful ..its somewhere between 50 and 100 ..
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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