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12.5 Amps Take your 1500 watts dvided by your 120 volts to get your amps

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Depends on your supply voltage. I = P/V. Find out your supply voltage and divide it into 1500. This will give you your heater's current draw in amps.

Usually between 1000-1500 watts

1.5 Kw

You pay for electricity consumption by the kilowatt hour. 1500 watts is equal to 1.5 kWhs. Find out from your utility power bill what you are charged per kWh. Multiply 1.5 times this charge and you will find out the cost to operate the 1500 watt heater.

With a room that has 8 foot walls the usual formula is 10 watts per sq. ft. Divide 1500 by 10 will give you 150 sq feet of room that will be comfortably heated with a 1500 watt heater.

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Depends on your supply voltage. I = P/V. Find out your supply voltage and divide it into 1500. This will give you your heater's current draw in amps.

Usually between 1000-1500 watts

In order to find the correct size space heater, first you need to find the AREA of the room, which is 10 x 12 = 120 square feet. Then you multiply this by 3.41 BTU's = 4092 BTU's. A STANDARD SPACE HEATER will be appropriate (a standard space heater is appropriate for up to 5100 BTUs or 1500 watts). If there are a lot of windows or the ceilings are higher than normal (normal is from 8 ft to 10 ft tall ceilings), than you may need a larger space heater, but in this case, a standard sized space heater will do.

1.5 Kw

You pay for electricity consumption by the kilowatt hour. 1500 watts is equal to 1.5 kWhs. Find out from your utility power bill what you are charged per kWh. Multiply 1.5 times this charge and you will find out the cost to operate the 1500 watt heater.

With a room that has 8 foot walls the usual formula is 10 watts per sq. ft. Divide 1500 by 10 will give you 150 sq feet of room that will be comfortably heated with a 1500 watt heater.

Selectable 600 Watt, 900 Watt, or 1500 Watt

a 1500 w heater consumes 1.5 kW, and used for 1 hour it uses 1.5 kWh of energy, which costs 1.5 x 9.1 cents, that is 13.65 cents.

if it's a 240v heater. 1500/240=6.25amps.

It depends on the price of electricity (kw/h). A 1500 watt heater is 1.5 Kw and you just have to multiply that with the cost of electricity (you can usually find that on your electric bill) you have a calculator for that on this site. See the related link for further information.

Take the plug in your hand, and insert the plug into the wall outlet.

YES. You need a special tool to remove the quick disconnect hose.

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