How many appliances can run from one 220 power source?

Answer Appliances "use" electricity in watts generated by resistance (amperes). Too much resistance stalls the current. Total amperage of appliances on one circuit must be less than that of the regulator ... Read More »

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I'm building a computer how much power should my power source provide?

If your building your own then don't skimp on power.Getting a higher rating than you need means the PSU will not break into a sweatand it leaves you loads of room to upgrade components at a later d... Read More »

Can you wire 120v AC power from a 24v DC power source?

Generally speaking, you can "invert" 24-volt (DC) power to 120-volt (AC) power, using power inverter equipment. Because 120-volt AC powered devices rely on amperage as well as voltage, you should ... Read More »

How much power do appliances use?

The standard formula for calculating power used by an appliance is by reading the watts on the appliance and plugging it into the following equation: (watts x number of hours/day) / 1000. This will... Read More »

How much is it to put Solar power in and can you run appliances off of it?

Hi, I live in Montana, I and many others are off the grid. Some have feed backup and sell excess to the utilities but many are totally spearate.The site you mention is great but represents a whole... Read More »