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Power Consumption Calculator
A: First, calculate the coverage of the cable you are using in square feet.
B: Determine if you are using 12 Watts or 9 watts per sq/ft
C: Find out what your cost of electrical energy is per hour. Multiply the cost by your power consumption to get your cost
If you are using a TW 050240 unit spaced at 3 inches, your power consumption will be 12 Watts per sq/ft
Your total power consumption per hour will be: 12 X 50 = 600 Watts
If your local cost of energy is 12 cents per KW/Hr: 12 X 600 = 7200
Since a kilowatt is 1000 watts, your cost will be 7.2 cents an hour
If your heat is on for 12 hours a day, it will cost you 12 X 7.2 = 86.4 Cents