Richard S. wrote:You can find out the cost in electric of anything as long as you know the running time and watts.
If you only have the amps you can convert the amps to watts my multiplying by the voltage.
2(amps) * 110(volts) = 220 watts
Take the wattage and multiply by the hours of use per month, lets say 4 hours a day times 30 days:
220(watts)* 120(hours) = 26,400 watt hours
Divide by 1000 to get kilowatt hours:
26,400 / 1000 = 26.4kWh
Multiply the kilowatt hours by your electric rate, if it's 20 cents/kWh:
26.4kWh * $0.20 = $5.28 to run it for 4 hours a day over a 30 day period.