Is This Calculation Correct

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Curb Hopper
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2012/09/08 12:28:57 (permalink)

Is This Calculation Correct

I will have 4 pieces of electrical equiptment (plus LED lighting and possible sound).
 
208/240V  4.4 - 5.8A (this is a choice correct?) = aprox 1400W
120V  11.5A = 1400W
115V  3.9A = 500W
120V  9A = 1100W
*I rounded up slightly for additional buffer when all is said and done
TOTAL WATTS = 4400
 
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    Uncle Groucho
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    Re:Is This Calculation Correct 2012/09/08 13:00:48 (permalink)
    Yes.
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    Re:Is This Calculation Correct 2012/09/09 02:29:35 (permalink)
    So am I right to say that I will need 6000 watts to run this equipment (and additional wattage to accommodate lighting)?
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Is This Calculation Correct 2012/09/09 05:54:52 (permalink)
    I posted this earlier. This may help you.
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=711392&high=
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    Re:Is This Calculation Correct 2012/09/09 07:21:25 (permalink)
    yes, it looks like you need a 50 amp - 120/240 volt service.
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