How many watts is a 5 hp motor?
Watts to horsepower conversion table
|Watts (W)||Mechanic horsepower (hp(I))||Metric horsepower (hp(M))|
|5 W||0.006705 hp||0.006798 hp|
|6 W||0.008046 hp||0.008158 hp|
|7 W||0.009387 hp||0.009517 hp|
|8 W||0.010728 hp||0.010877 hp|
What size generator do I need to run a 5 hp motor?
A true 5 hp on 220 volts would require 28 amps to run on 220 or 6160 watts so at a minimum I would think 20,000 watt generator.
How many watts does a 5 HP well pump use?
GeneratorJoe Generator Wattage Guide
|Household & Office||Running Wattage||Starting Wattage|
|Pump, Well, 1 – 1/2 HP||2500||5000|
|Pump, Well, 2 HP||3750||7500|
|Pump, Well, 3 HP||5000||10000|
|Pump, Well, 5 HP||7500||15000|
How many watts is a 1hp motor?
One electric horsepower is equal to exactly 746 watts.
How many watts is 1kva?
Originally Answered: How many watts does 1kva equal to? Watts are a unit of power and power equals voltage multiplied by the current. So 1 kva equals 1000 volt amps, meaning volts multiplied by amps, therefore equals 1000 watts.
What size generator do I need for a 10 HP motor?
Rule of Thumb
|Electric Motor Size||Minimum Generator Req’d (KVA) by Starting Method|
|HP||KW||S.D to KVA Size (Note 2)|
How many watts does a 10 HP electric motor use?
So a 10 hp motor will need 7680 watts when operating. In one hour the motor will consume 7.680 KWatt hours. If the units are charged at 10 cents each then then that equates to 10x 7.680 / 100 Dollars = 76.8 cents.