# AC 100~240V (1.5A) 50/60 Hz is how many watts?

AC 100~240V (1.5A) 50/60 Hz is listed on my tv i need to know how many watts that is so i know if my gerator can handle it.

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AC 100~240V automatic voltage selector or regulator and 50/60 Hz is a frequency synchronizer

but what is the voltage rating in your area? and the power factor

if you use 100V then let use commonly ) 80% power factor

P = 100 * 1.5 * .8

P = 120 watts

if you use 240V then let use commonly ) 80% power factor

P = 240 * 1.5 * .8

P = 288 watts

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AC 100~240V (1.5A) 50/60 Hz is how many watts?

AC 100~240V (1.5A) 50/60 Hz is listed on my tv i need to know how many watts that is so i know if my gerator can handle it.

Source(s): ac 100 240v 1 5a 50 60 hz watts: https://shortly.im/w4hVZ
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• Knowing that the operating voltage is 100 to 240 is only part of the data. The wattage is not related directly to voltage. One can have perhaps 50W or even 300Watts. Please see the name plat if that exists in the TV, or its manual if you still have it!! There will be a line stating VA or Watts.

Best guess is: A 21inch screen TV, will have a consumption between 80 and 150 watts.

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• Hi Chris..Your Tv will operate on an input voltage of anything between 100 and 240 volts ..By the way the internal power supply is built it compensates for the fluctuations..

the amperage times the voltage is equal to the wattage so if your at 1.5A x 100= 150watts and if your at 1.5A X 240vac you have 360watts...I would bet this is a 120 volt television and knowing this your at 180watts with a very small surge on start up...From the E

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• Anonymous
9 years ago

Power (wattage) is Voltage x Ampage, so the wattage used for your televesion can be between 150 watts and 360 watts, depending on the usage of voltage (100-240 volts).

Good luck!

-Arthur

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• The 1.5 amps multiplied by the voltage is the power, in watts.

In these multi voltage systems, usually that current is the maximum over the voltage range, with low voltage drawing the most current.

So I'd say the power is 100v x 1.5 amp = 150 watts. But this is worse case, it could be lower.

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• what is 240 watts to 240 volts?

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• if we use 220v on our country @ 1.5A

220v*1.5* 0.8 = 264 watts?

18.5 inch LED on 264w?

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