How much power is 1 meter for electric heat tracing?
Information source: Anhui Cable Group Views: 10996 Release time: 2017-11-08
How much power is 1 meter for electric heat tracing? It depends on the product's specifications and models, and usually it will be marked on the electric heating element or the manual (as shown below). The indicated power is "rated power", which is the heating power at 10 ° C.
Calculation of power consumption for 1 meter (per meter) of electric heat tracing
Formula: P = W / t indicates that the power is equal to the work done per unit time, and the total work W = Pt = UIT = UP; W: indicates “work”, t: indicates “time”, P: indicates “power”, and I: indicates "Current", U: means "voltage", R: means "resistance". For example, the calculation of power consumption: W = Pt = 25 watts per meter × 24 hours = 600 watts.
To calculate the power consumption of electric heat tracing, please note that the "rated power" is the heating power at 10 ° C. The power consumption will be affected by the use environment and heat tracing requirements.
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