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Energy Saving - Power Ratings Home Appliances

Updated July 23, 2010

 

Heating

Elec. furnace, 2000sf, cold climate   7941 watts

Elec. furnace, 1000sf, warm climate 1440 watts

Electric space heater (high) 900 watts

Electric space heater (medium) 600 watts

Electric space heater (low) 750 watts

Gas furnace (for the blower)1100 watts

Waterbed heater 450 watts

Waterbed heater (avg. 10 hrs./day)

 

Cooling

Central Air Conditioner (2.5 tons)1440 watts

Window unit AC, huge900 watts

Window unit AC, medium 500 watts

Tiny-ass window unit AC 750 watts

Central AC fan (no cooling)

More efficient cooling400 watts

Evaporative cooler 350 watts

Whole-house fan 100 watts

Floor or box fan (high speed) 90 watts

52" ceiling fan (high speed)75 watts

48" ceiling fan (high speed)55 watts

36" ceiling fan (high speed) 24 watts

42" ceiling fan (low speed)

Washing machine 3800 watts

Water heater (electric) 200-700 watts

Refrigerator (compressor) 57-160 watts

Refrigerator (average) 3600 watts

Dishwasher (washer heats water) 2000 watts

Electric oven, 350F 1178 watts

Electric oven, self-cleaning mode
(takes 4.5 hrs, 5.3 kWh total) 1200 watts

Dishwasher (washer doesn't heat water)

Lighting 60 watts

60-watt light bulb (incandescent) 18 watts

CFL light bulb (60-watt equivalent) 5

Night light 0.5

LED night light

Computers 150-340 watts

Desktop Computer & 17" CRT monitor  1-20 watts

Desktop Computer & Monitor (in sleep mode) 90 watts

17" CRT monitor 40 watts

17" LCD monitor 45 watts

Laptop computer

Televisions & Videogames

50-56" Plasma television 210-322 watts

50-56" LCD television 150-206 watts

50-56" DLP television 188-464 watts

42" Plasma television 91-236 watts

42" LCD television 98-156 watts

32" LCD television 55-90 watts

19" CRT television 45 watts

HD cable box (varies by model) 194 watts

PS3 185 watts

Xbox 360 70 watts

Xbox 30 watts

PS2 18 watts

Nintendo Wii (source)

 

Other

Microwave oven or 4-slot Toaster 900 watts

Coffee maker 800 watts

Range burner 4 watts

Clock radio 3 watt-hours

Total power stored by an alkaline AA battery. This is to put batteries into perspective. If you could power your clock radio with a AA battery, it wouldn't even last an hour. We have more on batteries on our Guide to Household Batteries.

 

 

 

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