**What appliances use the most electricity in a household?**

Toaster HVAC Water Heater Smart TV Washer Refrigerator Oven Ligth Microwave

**How much electricity do appliances consume in a house?**

These questions were asked to know which electrical appliances consume more energy and to be aware of how they are used and how much they consume electricity. It is even taken into account that if a device is turned off that does not mean that it is not consuming energy. Unplug or use multiple plugs with on-off switches to ensure they are not consuming power when you are not actively using them.

**How much electricity does an LED TV consume?**

Almost all LED televisions are rated at between 80 watts and 160 watts. The larger the screen size, the higher the power rating. A 120 Watt TV that runs for 6 hours every day will consume 0.72 kWh (of electricity for one day and 21.6 kWh of electricity for the entire month.

**TVs consume a lot of electricity in Standby mode?**

In standby mode, smart TVs use 0.6 Watt of power. in the whole month 0.43 kWh

## How much electricity do **Central Air Conditioner** consume in a house?

**HVAC – Central Air Conditioner : 2160** kWh/month – 72 kWh at day

Central air conditioners use an average of 1 kilowatt hour (kWh) per ton per hour. A 6 ton air conditioner will use approximately 6 kWh per hour. A 6-ton crew covers a house of about 1,100 square feet (110 square meters). If a four ton air conditioner ran for 12 out of 24 hours a day, the usage would be 72 kWh per day. That is 2160 kWh per month. The air conditioning and heating account for almost over 40% of your electric usage

**How much a Water Heater System consumes electricity?**

**Water Heater System in household:** 270/kWh/month – 9kWh at day

Hot water heater that uses a tank will run for half one hour per day (shower, kitchen). At 18 kW heater, you will have a consumption of 9 kWh or 270 kWh per month. A 18 kWh hot water system have a Flow Rate: up to 5.9 GPM . The heating hot water account for almost over 15% of your electric usage.

## How much a **Refrigerator** consumes electricity per day?

**Refrigerator: 16 to 21 cubic foot – ** 210 kWh at month / 7 kWh at day

The refrigerator is a must, and operating costs can be reduced. Do not overload it or continuously open the doors to maintain the proper temperature. If you have an old refrigerator, it should be replaced. Modern refrigerators are more efficient in terms of energy use and also environmentally friendly.

## What is the electricity consumption of a Washer & Dryer?

**Washer **10 kWh/month** & Dryer:** 52 kWh/month

The washing machine needs 0.5 kWatt of electricity per use. For four people and 5 loads of laundry per week, that’s 10 kWh per month. A dryer requires 3 Kwatt per hour use, and runs for an average of 50 minutes, depending on the load. One dryer cycle requires 2.60 KWh for each use. Per month it would be 52 kWh per month. Together, they represent about 5% of the electricity of house.

## How much a oven consumes electricity per day?

**Oven :** 117 kWh/month – 2.6 kWh at month

Ovens use 1.5 kW to 4 kW. An average modern oven using around 2600 watts on medium to high heat. With an average hour of use per day it would be 117 kWh per month. Although not in use for long periods every day, both ovens draw a lot of electricity, so be sensible in their use.

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**How much electricity does a light use per day?**

**Lighting 5-6 room household**: 105 kWh/month – 3.5 kWh per day

Approximately for a home with five or six rooms with 20 lights on, the electrical consumption would be 3.5 kWh per day or 105 kWh per month. A LED light bulb uses just seven to ten watts while a fluorescent light bulb consumes 16-20 watts, an incandescent light bulb will use 60 watts typically

Modern light bulbs are much less energy-greedy than old-fashioned bulbs. LEDs, in particular, offer good quality light, no heat, and operate at a fraction of the cost of incandescent technologies.

**What is the electricity consumption of a microwave?**

A use of one hour a day, supposes a consumption of 1.5 kWh and 45kWh per month. An average modern microwave will use around 1.4 to 1.7 kWh of electricity. A regular sized microwave will use 850 to 1800 watts depending on the model. Compact microwaves use between 500 and 800 watts during operation.

We estimated that a **microwave is used**, on average, about 15-30 minutes per day. It takes about 1200 watts per hour for an average microwave to run. Therefore, it requires 300 Wh, or 0.3 kWh, for 15 minutes of use, and costs about $14.00 to use your everyday for a year. A typical microwave oven consumes **1.2kWh of energy per hour of usage**.

## What is the electricity consumption of a toaster?

A use of 30 minutes a day results in a consumption between 15 kWh to 30 kWh, in the case of toasters with 2 to four slices.2-slice toasters draw around 800-1000 Watts of power. 4 slice toasters need more electricity consuming between 1400 W and 2300 Watts of power.