Power Consumption of a 1000-watt Microwave
all right just so for an interesting
experiment related to what we’ve been
working on this is my microwave at home
that focuses in okay it says 1800 watt
input thousand watt rated microwave
output a glass of water in there
5.3 watts just idle nothing just to run
the clock to stuff
all right here’s high-power we’re
looking at watts so let’s pull in 1500
watts for a 1000 watt rated microwave
volt amps 1550s thought that was cool
1000-watt Microwave Buyers’ Guide
A 1000 watt microwave uses around 14-20 amps.
700-watt microwaves are usually much weaker as opposed to a 1000-watt microwave; therefore those require increased cooking time for any dish. Generally, the higher the wattage, the less the cooking time. If you are living somewhere with limited space, or you cook only for one person, then a 700-watt microwave is for you. But if you plan on frequently cooking your meals, and you live in a big family then a 1000 watt is more recommended. It takes up a bit more space, but will also save you time when cooking. A 700-watt microwave usually fits only up to one slice of pizza or a small chicken, so it is not the optimal choice for those who cook larger meals and dishes.
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