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## How much electricity does a 2 hp motor consume per hour?

typical electricity consumption is 746 watts per single Horse-power. so 2 HP = 1.48 Kw per hour of operation.

## How many watts does a 2 hp motor use?

Watts to horsepower conversion table

Watts (W) | Mechanic horsepower (hp_{(}_{I}_{)}) |
Electric horsepower (hp_{(}_{E}_{)}) |
---|---|---|

1 W | 0.001341 hp | 0.001340 hp |

2 W | 0.002682 hp | 0.002681 hp |

3 W | 0.004023 hp | 0.004021 hp |

4 W | 0.005364 hp | 0.005362 hp |

## How many kilowatts does an HP motor run?

Since one mechanical horsepower is equal to 0.7457 kilowatts, the formula to find kilowatts is to multiply mechanical horsepower by 0.7457. For example, here’s how to convert 5 mechanical horsepower to kilowatts using the formula.

## How many kW is a kWh?

1 kWh equals one hour of electricity usage at a rate of 1 kW, and thus the 2 kW appliance would consume 2 kWh in one hour, or 1 kWh in half an hour. The equation is simply kW x time = kWh.

## How much electricity does a 1.5 hp motor use?

1.5 hp = 1 kw =0.3 kwh for 20 minutes per day. Thus the energy required per day is = 1.119/3 = 0.373 kWh. Which is equal to 51.10kwh /units of electricity.

## How strong is 2 hp?

For electric motors and other electrical power applications, one horsepower is defined as 746 Watts, so a two horsepower electric motor is capable of providing up to 1492 Watts of power.

## How much current does a 2 hp motor draw?

AMP DRAW BASED ON HORSEPOWER

HP | 1 Phase Amps | 3 Phase Amps |
---|---|---|

115 volt | 230 volt | |

2 | 24 | 6.8 |

3 | 34 | 9.6 |

5 | 56 | 15.2 |

## What is 2hp?

It means the unit used to measure the power of an electric engine which is equivalent to 746w or 0.746kw or it is also the rating of an electrical rotating machine i.e motor or generator. Hp can be converted to Kw and vice-versa, 2hp is equal to i.e 2hp x 0.746 gives 1.5kw.

## How much electricity does a 1/2 HP well pump use?

½ horsepower motor consumes 960 watts.

## How do you calculate KWh for pumps?

Pump power P_{(}_{kW}_{)} in kilowatts is equal to the product of the rate of flow q_{(}_{m}^{3}_{/}_{hr}_{)} in cubic meter per hour, fluid density ρ_{(}_{kg}_{/}_{m}^{3}_{)} in kilogram per cubic meter, gravity g in m^{2}/s, pump differential h_{(}_{m}_{)} head in meter and the differential pressure p_{(}_{Pa}_{)} in Pascal or N/m^{2} divided by 36,00,000.

## How many kilowatts will be used while pumping?

A typical water pump’s wattage can vary between 250 watts to 1,100 watts. Take the wattage of the specific water pump and multiply it times how many hours a day it runs. Then, multiply it by how many days a year it runs, and divide by 1000.

## How many KWh does a 3/4 hp motor use?

At 746 W/HP, a 75% efficient 3/4 HP motor with rated shaft load will consume 746 x (3/4)/0.75 = 746W. Assuming the motor runs 20% of the time, in a 30-day period it will run for a total of 30 x 0.2 x 24 = 144 hours. Thus during that period the motor will consume 746 x 144/1000 = 107.42 kWh of energy.

## What is the meaning of 3HP?

Background. Recently, a 3-month (12-dose) regimen of weekly isoniazid and rifapentine (3HP) was recommended by the World Health Organization for the prevention of tuberculosis (TB) among people living with HIV (PLHIV) on common antiretroviral therapy regimens.

## How many watts does a 3/4 hp motor use?

Approximate Running Wattage

Approximate Starting Wattage | Approximate Running Wattage | |
---|---|---|

Capacitor Start Induction Run 1/2 Horsepower | 1800 | 600 |

Capacitor Start Induction Run 3/4 Horsepower | 2600 | 850 |

Capacitor Start Induction Run 1 Horsepower | 3000 | 1000 |

Capacitor Start Induction Run 1 1/2Horsepower | 4200 | 1600 |