How do you calculate electrical load?


Knowing how to correctly size loads in commercial applications is an essential skill for electricians.  Calculate the feeder demand load for dryers at 100% of the appliance rating. If the dryers run continuously, you must size the conductor and protection device at 125% of the load.
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1. Calculate the electric load for a simple linear circuit having a source voltage of 9 volts and two resistors in series, each of 330 ohms. The second resistor has a lead that goes
I am not an electrical guy.but since this question was left unanswered.i'll just put in some nonsense! For AC Load: VxIxPF (V=VoltageRequired, I=Current Required, PF=Power Factor)
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How to Calculate Electrical Load
Electrical circuits have many applications, including household, automotive and electronics. The electrical principles apply regardless of the application. You have a number of components distributed on the circuit that constitute the circuit load. You... More »
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