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# What is the maximum wattage I can pull from a 100 amp sub

## What is the maximum wattage I can pull from a 100 amp sub

#1
06-23-07, 07:03 PM
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The answer, assuming a 100 amp circuit breaker is used, is 100 amps * 240 volts, or 24,000 watts.

#2
06-23-07, 07:03 PM
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What is the maximum wattage I can pull from a 100 amp sub

panel with all 240v. aplliances? Thanks

#3
06-23-07, 07:07 PM
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So these is no conversion for how many watts I can use

at 240 volts as opposed to 120 volts? I thought this was simple...?

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06-23-07, 07:10 PM
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P = VI

Power equals voltage times current

Power equals volts times amps

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06-23-07, 07:14 PM
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I said that in my first response. Which, due to a bug in the software running this site appears before your question.

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06-23-07, 07:14 PM
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So your sayin 24000 watts from a 100 amp sub at 240 v?

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06-23-07, 07:20 PM
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Ahhhh Thanks much

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06-23-07, 07:48 PM
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Please refrain from these "....................... ?????????????????????" posts before they get deleted.

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06-24-07, 10:07 AM
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I just do that because I have nothing else to say

and the software won't let you post with no message...

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