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Comparing Volts and Watts in a Cordless Vacuum PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 08:53
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If you're in the market to select and buy a new cordless vacuum, you know there are many different types of specifications that characterize the different models. Sometimes, these specifications can be confusing. Most people think that the cleaning ability of the vacuum has to do with power or suction. This is partly true, but it is also several other features, such as watts and volts and from the vacuum. These elements also help to determine the cleaning ability of a vacuum cleaner.
Watts and Power

The power is called the power that is pushed into the engine vacuum. The engine vacuum needs energy to function. The energy is called watts or power. This specification does not consider the effectiveness and efficiency of the engine. He does not care how many fans used by the vacuum wireless and it does not care cleaner design or engine power.

Some brands vacuum does give you a mark for amperage. If this is the case, you can convert the current intensity in watts by the following formula:

* Watts = Amps x 120 (the number is 120 volts, it is always 120),

The best type of comparison you can make between cordless is to compare the input power of the motor in watts or compare the prices of the entire machine in watts.
Volts and the voltage

The current standard in a household is usually 120 volts. This applies to U.S. households. Different countries have different standards tensions. All wireless devices such as vacuum cleaners are designed to operate from 110 and 120 volts.

 
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