hey man,if all the elements are resistors ,then u can add all the powers.Originally posted by ESPguitar@Aug 26 2005, 12:32 PM
I forgot to ask if it is the same formulas for power as for resistors?
Since heating elements is resistors..
As the devices are specifically heating elements, reactance will be negligable. So just add the individual powers. Your assumption of 1500W is correct.Originally posted by ESPguitar@Aug 26 2005, 08:39 PM
Ok, thanks string
But what about the total power if i just get this information:
Three heating elements is connected in paralell, the voltage is 230V and the elements have this ratings:
Is the total power of this 1500W? Or do i have to calculate how much resistance each elemt have and work from there?
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