How much work can a 500 watt electric mixer do in 2.50 minutes?
The work or energy in Joules is the power in watts times the number of second it runs for. So 500 watts for 150 seconds is 75,000 Joules.
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The general answer is that the electric motor makes it go. Electricity is converted to mechanical energy by the motor, and the power is transferred through gears (to correct speed) and coupled to the mixing head or to the mixer blade shafts.
If an electric eel produces 500 volts of electricity how many watts is that... if you need amperes to get the answer how do you find that out?
158.11388300841898 volts WRONG According to: "Electric Fish." Encyclopedia Americana . the answer is: "The electric eel ( Electrophorous electricus ) can produce a discharge of over 500 volts (at about one ampere) and the fresh water African catfish ( Malapterurus electricus ) produces abou…t 350 volts." Also: Guinness Book of Records . New York: Bantam, 1992: 95. It states: "The most powerful electric fish is the electric eel, which is found in the rivers of Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, and Peru. An average size specimen can discharge 400 volts at 1 amp, but measurements up to 650 volts have been recorded." The conversion of Amps to Watts is governed by the equation Watts = Amps x Volts. For example 1 amp * 110 volts = 110 watts Therefore, 1 amp X 500 volts = 500 watts (MORE)
Which one to get? With so little difference in wattage, forget power. Look instead at construction, length of warranty (and in particular what one will have to do to get coverage), tools and accessories, availability of "add-ons", ease of use (including footprint because of the issue with counter sp…ace), "looks" and, of course, the price. When these variables are evaluated mathematically (just kidding) the resulting conclusion will be something called "value.". Best of luck choosing your new machine.. Bon appÃ©tit! (MORE)
How important are watts when it comes to stand mixers For example is an 800 watt mixer twice as powerful as a 400 watt mixer?
Power ranges from 200 to 1000 watts in typical mixers. The more powerful the motor is, the smoother and better your dough and batter will be mixed.
Electric mixers are great because they can save you time whentrying to mix up thing like batter for desserts. They are alsogreat for getting a uniform consistency in whatever you are mixing.
I'd like to give you the benefit of the doubt, but if you're asking this I'm not sure how you got the 26,981 watt figure, or if that figure is accurate. If it was accurate, you should know the answer to your question. Having said that, I'd advise you to read the National Electrical Code, article 22…0, which covers Branch Circuit, Feeder, and Service Calculations . I will say that this article, and the 'art' of calculating the above, confuses even many journeyman electricians. If you get confused, or can't figure it out, you should probably call a master electrician. A KVA transformer that has a higher KVA rating than your watt demand. then you need to know your voltage supply... figure your amperage.... figure your wire size.... calculate your available fault current.... size and rate your breakers.... properly ground and bond your system.... and I am sure theres more but cant think of it all... (MORE)
A watt is not typically used as a unit of measurement here. You may be asking for the number of watt-hours. Power is billed in kilowatt-hours (KWH). A 10 watt electric blanket use 10 watt-hours per hour, so that would be 2.5 watt-hours in 15 minutes. Divide 2.5 watt-hours by 1000 to get KWH. Take… the total kilowatt-hours and times that by your rate (for me 15 cents) to get the total cost for those 15 minutes ($0.000375 or almost free, far less than a penny) (MORE)
The multiple of (0.5 kw per hour) X (total hours of functioning) X (the cost of 1kw-hr).
Multiply the watts by the seconds: 500 x 300 = 150,000 Joules is the answer.
A hand mixer works the same way as electric mixers. Hand mixers usually have two large beaters just like electric mixers have. The only difference is that hand mixers work without electricity and you can actually hold the mixer by hand unlike in electric mixers. Hand mixers are usually more lighter …in weight compared to electric mixer which is hard to manage sometimes because of its bulky size. (MORE)
If one kilowatt hour of electricity cost nine cents how much does it cost to run a 500 watt light bulb for twenty four hours?
500 watts x 24 hours = 12,000 watt hours or 12kW h. 12 kW h x 9 cents/kW h is $1.08 .
It depends on the player but probably 10 to 50 watts. On the back or bottom of your player should be something that says what it's power requirements are. Find the voltage (probably 120v or 240v) and the amperage (like maybe 0.25a or so). Multiply these values together and you'll have watts. This… is not necessarily the normal operating wattage but the maximum draw that this device should ever use. Nominal operation power consumption will be much less, maybe half of this maximum. (MORE)
watts divided by voltage = amps 40watts divided by 230 voltage (uk) =0.17 amps I suspect you are really asking what electricity will you have to pay for. Energy companies charge for Kilowatt hours (1 KWH = 1000 watts running for 1 hour). So a 40 W bulb running for 25 hours consumes 40 x 25 = 1000W… = 1KWH. In 1 hour it consumes 40W x 1H = 40 WH = 0.04KWH (MORE)
If one kilowatt hour of electricity costs 9cents how much to run a 500 watt heat bulb 24 hours for 30 days?
500 watt bulb run for 1 hour = 500 watt/hours or 0.5 kilowatt/hours 0.5 x 24 x 30 = 360 kilowatt/hours 360 x 0.09 = $32.40
ahm...depends on the cost per watt charged by your local provider... how much is it?
A Watt is a joule per second. So in a whole hour there are 360 seconds. 500 x 360 = 180. kilojoules in a whole day there are 8640 seconds. 500x 8640 = 4320 kilojoules
The 200 watts on an amplifer would refer to output if it were turned up all the way. This does not tell you how much electricity the amplifier would use. There is some power lost from heat, but we don't know just how much, from the information above.
i would say an electric mixer would cost around 100 to 500 dollars it depends on the electric mixer type
Ok so if you guys thought about it it should be easy to calculateit's simple math. If your trying to find out how many Kw/h your going to use. First figure out how many watts your running. 1000W = 1Kw so divide total number of Watts by 1000 So for a 600W light 600W/1000= 0.6Kw/H So if you use yo…ur light for an hour thats how many Kw you will usefor an hour. Next how many hours do you plan on running it for. Whether it be 1816 14 or 12 multiply the two numbers together (Kw by number ofhours used) So if your running 600W light for 12/12 equation would be 0.6(Kw)X 12(Hours)= 7.2Kw/H per day of usage Then multiply that total by the number of days you plan on runningyour light. So a 600W light on for 12 hours a day for 60 days will use.. 0.6(Kw)X 12 (Hours)X 60(Days)= 432Kw/H Now multiply that number by whatever your electric company chargersby the Kw/H to estimate cost. (MORE)
Well, it's an easy enough math problem, so I'm just going to tell you *how* to do it. 1 Watt = 1 Joule/second 5 minutes = 5*60 seconds Multiply so that the seconds cancel each other out. This is simpler to just do with dimensional analysis than to try to evaluate it in separate steps.
Use the current rating that is stamped on the ballast and multiply it by the voltage the ballast operates on. This will give you the input line wattage.
Herbert Johnston invented the first electric mixer in 1908. It was sold by Kitchen Aid.
It depends on what else you have in the machine drawing power. Multicore processors, for instance, will use more juice than a single core, etc.
The definition of a Watt is 1 Joule/second. Therefore: 150W * 60 Sec = 9000 Joules / minute. In units more applicable home energy use, 9000 Joules/minute equals .0025 Kilowatt Hours (KWh)/minute. On a cost basis, if for example, electricity from a power company costs $.20 per KWh, the 150W light …bulb costs 3 cents per hour to use. (MORE)
A 20 watt solar panel produces 20 watts of power/hour when it is in direct sunlight. However, this varies depending on the conditions. It won't produce at 100% in cloudy conditions. Let's say the 20 watt panel gets about 5 hours of good sunlight everyday between 10am and 3pm. This will produce .1 kW…h or 100 watt hours. This means you can run a 100 watt bulb for one hour or two 50 watt bulbs for one hour. http://www.heatingandcoolingcompanies.org/ (MORE)
Work is the same as energy, equal to power times time. 500 wattsfor 2 minutes could be expressed as 1000 watt-minutes, but is moreconventionally expressed as 500x120 watt-seconds, otherwise knownas 60,000 Joules or 60 kJ.
If use a 1200 watt hair dryer for 15 minutes and a 100 watt light bulb for one hour how much electricity do you use?
1200 watts for 15 minutes = 300 watt-hours 100 watts for 1 hour = 100 watt-hours Total = 400 watt-hours = 0.4 kilowatt-hour of electrical energy
Electric energy gets converted to movement (kinetic energy). This movement gets absorbed by the stuff you are mixing. Converted to heat, mainly.
The sizing of the generator is dependant on the size of the electric motor driving the mixer.
I wouldn't recommend folding anything with an electric mixer because you risk over mixing the product.
1500 watts... Average electric bill is $0.98/ killowatt hour (1000 watts an hour) So it wil cost around $1.50- $2.00/ Hour to operate
Electricity is usually charged by the Killowatt Hour. 500 watt bulb is .5 KW. Look on your electric bill for the charge per KWh and multiplu by .5 An average cost in 12 cents per KWh so the cost is about 6 cents per hour.
The question is asking how much energy is consumed by a 100 watt bulb because, in some countries a " unit of electricity" is equivalent to a kilowatt . hour (kW . h). The term, 'unit', is derived from the name, 'Board of Trade Unit'; the Board of Trade was at one time the British Government body th…at regulated energy prices. The watt is an unit of power, which is the rate of doing work or, in this case, the rate at which energy is obtained from the supplier. Power isn't 'consumed'; it is simply a rate, the rate at which energy is consumed. For the purpose of billing its customers, energy is measured in kilowatt hours (power multiplied by time, is a measure of energy consumed) A 100 watt bulb consumes 0.1 kilowatt hour. That is 1/10 (one tenth) of a kilowatt-hour and, therefore, one 1/10 of a 'unit' of energy. How much it actually costs you always depends on the exact price you pay for each kilowatt . hour of energy. So, if the electricity supply company you use charges, say, 30 cents per unit of electricity (kW . h) then running that 100 watt bulb for one hour would cost you 3 cents. (MORE)
The energy is 100 watts times 60 seconds: 6000 watt-seconds, alsocalled Joules. Most of the energy is emitted as heat.
How much work can be done by an electric motor that is plugged into a wall of 120V if 0.75 amps of current flow through it for 2 minutes?
120 V x 0.75 A = 90 watts 2 minutes = 120 seconds 90 watts for 2 minutes = (90) x (120) = 10,800 watt-seconds = 10,800 joules The motor consumes 10,800 joules of electrical energy during that 2 minutes. If the motor is perfectly (100%) efficient, then that's the amount of work you can g…et out of it. In the general case, the amouunt of work the motor can do is (10,800 joules) x the motor's efficiency. (MORE)
One Unit of electrical energy is the result of 1000 watts for onehour, or 100 watts for 10 hours. Multiply the kilowatts by thehours to get the kWh or units.
You are billed based on kilowatt-hours. Your light is 1 KW. If you had on continually for the month that would be about 30 days x 24 hrs = 270 KWh. An average cost per KWh is about 12 cents so your cost would be about $86.40 for continuous use per month.
"Electricity" is a word that can not be quantifed so you can't askhow much there is. But it is possible to measure electric current(amps), voltage (volts) and power (watts) and even also electricalenergy (watt-seconds or kilowatt-hours). A hundred-watt bulb uses100 watts of electric power and if shi…ning for ten hours it uses 1kilowatt-hour of energy. (MORE)
Yes, but it would have to be a pretty big and expensive wind generator. You would need an inverter to produce at least 500 watts of 3 phase power. Unless you also had some big batteries, you could only run your motor when the wind is blowing!
Watts is a measure of power. Watts is defined as volts x amps x power factor. The maximum value of power factor is 1 for a resistive load and decreases with various inductive loads. Now electricity doesn't relate directly to wattage other than knowing how many amps are required for a given voltage. …In a typical incandescent 100 watt light bulb you have 120 volts and about .83 amps. (MORE)
That depends upon the mixer and the speed. For example, a 600 watt mixer run at full speed for one hour will consume 0.6 kW-hours in one hour. It would consume 0.1 kW-hours in 10 minutes. A 300 watt mixer run at full speed would use half that much, or 0.05 kW-hours in 10 minutes. Running the 300 wat…t mixer at half power would cut the power consumption in half again, to 0.025 kW-hours per 10 minutes. (MORE)
To make your life a hell of a lot easier when baking. Mixing and kneeding doughs, creaming butter and sugar, whisking eggs just to name a few helpful uses.
A 500-watt vacuum cleaner is plugged into a 120-volt outlet and used for 30 minutes. How much current does it use?
This machine will draw about 4.17 amps all the time while it isrunning. It will have used 250 watt-hours of electricity during its30-minute duty cycle.
In the sense of 'work' as force moving through a distance, a light bulb does none of that. But in the sense that mechanical work is equivalent to energy in other realms, the 75-watt light bulb consumes 75 joules of electrical energy every second, and radiates 75 joules per second of energy …in the form of light and heat. (MORE)
To answer this question you need two more values to add to the equation. The time the heater is operated and the cost of a kWh in the area where you live. The formula is 1500 x time unit is on x cost of kWh in your area = cost of operation of the heater.
On continuously, it uses one unit (1 kWh) in 2Â½ hours. A 30-day month has 720 hours so it would use 288 units of electrical energy.
17820/2.50 = 7920. You seem to be unaware of the fact that you could have obtained the answer much more easily and quickly by using the calculator that comes as part of your computer.
2.5 kilowatt hours is used if 500 watts of power is left on for 5hours
If it takes 50 minutes to cut a lawn and the work required 100000 j how much power in watts is used?
Power is energy/time - in the case Watts, it is Joules/second 100,000 J/50 minutes x 1 minute/60 seconds = 33â W
it can help you mix more stuff better then a fork or a spoon it has more power to it