Electricity consumption by Home Appliances

Electricity consumption by Home Appliances

We use various electrical appliances in our households on a regular basis without knowing electricity consumption by home appliances we use daily. Here is an extensive list of household electrical appliances with how much they consume. It will help you to figure out approximately how much your electricity bill can be.

Appliance Watts Appliance Watts
Kitchen Living Room
Blender 500 Bluray Player 15
Can Opener 150 Cable Box 35
Coffee Machine 1000 DVD Player 15
Dishwasher 1200-1500 TV – LCD 150
Espresso Machine 800 TV – Plasma 200
Freezer – Upright – 15 cu. ft. 1240 Wh/Day** Satellite Dish 25
Freezer – Chest – 15 cu. ft. 1080 Wh/Day** Stereo Receiver 450
Fridge – 20 cu. ft. (AC) 1411 Wh/day** Video Game Console 150
Fridge -16 cu. ft. (AC) 1200 Wh/day** Lights
Garbage Disposal 450 CFL Bulb – 40 Watt Equivalent 11
Kettle – Electric 1200 CFL Bulb – 60 Watt Equivalent 18
Microwave 1000 CFL Bulb – 75 Watt Equivalent 20
Oven – Electric 1200 CFL Bulb – 100 Watt Equivalent 30
Toaster 850 Compact Fluorescent 20 Watt 22
Toaster Oven 1200 Compact Fluorescent 25 Watt 28
Stand Mixer 300 Halogen – 40 Watt 40
Heating/Cooling Incandescent 50 Watt 50
Box Fan 200 Incandescent 100 Watt 100
Ceiling Fan 120 LED Bulb – 40 Watt Equivalent 10
Central Air Conditioner – 24,000 BTU NA 3800 LED Bulb – 60 Watt Equivalent 13
Central Air Conditioner – 10,000 BTU NA 3250 LED Bulb – 75 watt equivalent 18
Furnace Fan Blower 800 LED Bulb – 100 Watt Equivalent 23
Space Heater NA 1500 Office
Tankless Water Heater – Electric 18000 Desktop Computer (Standard) 200
Water Heater – Electric 4500 Desktop Computer (Gaming) 500
Window Air Conditioner 10,000 BTU NA 900 Laptop 100
Window Air Conditioner 12,000 BTU NA 3250 LCD Monitor 100
Well Pump – 1/3 1HP 750 Modem 7
Laundry Paper Shredder 150
Clothes Dryer – Electric 3000 Printer 100
Clothes Dryer – Gas 1800 Router 7
Clothes Washer 800 Smart Phone – Recharge 6
Iron 1200 Tablet – Recharge 8
* The daily energy values listed here are for the most efficient units in their class and the information was obtained from Consumer Guide to Home and the General Electric website.

With the help of this chart, one can calculate the approximate use of electricity in their homes. So if you use electricity a little bit wisely you can always save big on your bills.

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