The nameplate wattage is volts X amps, or 127V X 2.4A = **305 watts**. That’s what the fridge will draw when the compressor is running. The compressor only runs periodically (ballpark 25% of the time, depending on the model), so the long-term average will be quite lower.

## How much power does a LG refrigerator consume?

How much electricity does a refrigerator use monthly? Therefore monthly power consumption of my refrigerator is – **460 kWh / 12 – 38.33 kWh** of electricity. Hence daily power consumption of my refrigerator is – 38.33 kWh / 30 – 1.278 kWh of electricity. In terms of electricity bill it translates to Rs 12.

## How do I calculate refrigerator power consumption?

To determine the wattage of your refrigerator, **look at the sticker inside your fridge and search for the number of volts and amps.** **Multiply these numbers to determine how many watts your fridge uses**. For example, an old refrigerator could have a 115 V and 6.5 amps, for a total of 747.5 watts.

## What is the power consumption of a refrigerator?

between 100 and 250 watts

Domestic fridge power consumption is typically **between 100 and 250 watts**. Over a full day, a fridge records between 1 to 2 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of total energy usage, or about $150 per year per fridge.

## How many kWh does a refrigerator use per day?

A typical refrigerator will consume approx. **1.4kWh** of electricity per day, or 41kWh per month. This works out at close to 500kWh per year. 500kWh per year is at the higher consumption level of Energy Star certified top mounted freezer refrigerators.

## Does refrigerator increase electric bill?

Unfortunately, **refrigerators eat up a lot of electricity**. In most homes, they’re the biggest energy users after heating, cooling, and hot water systems. And as the weather warms up and the kids spend more time at home, fridge-use shoots up like a firecracker on the Fourth of July.

## How do you calculate power consumption?

To calculate power consumption of any appliance, you have to **multiply it’s wattage by the number of hours it is being used (operational hours)**. For example, a 1000 watt electric iron running for one hour will consume (1000 watt X 1 hour) 1000 watt hour or 1 kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity.

## What is the wattage of 165 ltr refrigerator?

Q1- A refrigerator of capacity 165 litres has a power rating **60 watts**.