How to Calculate Watts to KWH.?


1. Find the wattage of the electrical items you are measuring. If the wattage is not printed on the unit, check the manual to see what the wattage is. 2. Figure out, measure or estimate the number of hours each unit will run for the time period you
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How to Calculate kWh
Your utility company probably bases your electricity bill on how many kWh, or kilowatt-hours, you use per month. Your appliances, on the other hand, may be labeled for energy usage in watts. This is the amount of electricity each appliance draws when... More »
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In. exactly. the same way as you do so for a single-phase load. It's the product of the power of the load, expressed in kilowatts, and the during of operation, expressed in hours.
I was A2A this question but, I think that I might want to start out with what kW and kWh are.... Units of Measurement kW is a unit of Power and stands for kilowatt or 1 thousand watts
You need to know voltage too to calculate power (P) P = V*I. To calculate energy (E) in kW-h you need time (T) of consumption in hours (h) E = P*T/1000 kW-h.
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