Power Consumption Of A Ceiling Fan

Enter the number of usage hours, power setting (in wattage) of A Ceiling Fan and click on calculate button to know power consumption. Also know running cost of per hour, day, week and for a year.

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How Many Watts Does A Ceiling Fan Use?


Calculate electricity usage and power consumption of A Ceiling Fan. Also know how many watts does A Ceiling Fan use

A Ceiling Fan uses approximately 75 watts, on an average, A Ceiling Fan is used approximately 8 hours a day. Click calculate to find the power consumption of A Ceiling Fan using 75 Watts for 8 hours a day @ $0.12 per kWh.

    

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*This calculation of the cost to run A Ceiling Fan is based on $0.12/kWh electricity cost and 8 hours daily usage. Actual energy consumption and cost may vary. For information and to compare models, visit https://www.eia.gov.

*The figures in this table are approximate. The actual power consumption of your household appliances may vary significantly from the figures in this chart. Before you do a final load or energy calculation for your household, we strongly recommend checking the tags and owners manuals for your appliances to get precise figures.

Ceiling fan do not consume a lot of energy, rather they barely consume any energy in comparison to other cooling electrical appliances. If a fan is energy efficient, then operating it will not cost more than S$0.0022 per hour, which is 1% per hour, while operating less efficient fans costs just slightly more. Even operating fans that guzzle energy and are the least efficient does not cost more than 2 cents per hour. These costs are practically negligible, and this is why ceiling fans are such an excellent energy efficient alternative to air conditioners.

How To Estimate Power Consumption Of A Ceiling Fan?


If you wish to discover the actual power consumption of the A Ceiling Fan that you have obtained, you must first take a quick peek at the label located at the bottom or the back of your A Ceiling Fan.

The electrical ratings will usually be stamped on the label itself, in terms of either Watts (W) or Voltage (V) and Amperage (A).

You can then determine the heater wattage using a simple formula of:

Watts (W) = Volts (V) x Amps (A).

To calculate the consumption of an electrical appliance in kWh, you have to take into account two factors:

  1. The capacity of your electrical appliance expressed in watt.
  2. The number of hours that the appliance is in use in one day.

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