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How to figure Volts-Amps-Watts for residential water heater

1. Find label on side of water heater
Take photo of label for records.
Water heaters with 2 elements are rated 208-240Volt
Homes in US and Americas are usually wired for 120 / 240Volt
Condo buildings etc can be wired for 120 / 208Volt
Ordinary water heater will work with any voltage... exception any water heater with electronic controls such as heat-pump, tankless, some factory-made solar units etc that must be connected to the rated voltage and no other voltage

Resources:
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Find age of water heater using serial number on label
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See inside main breaker box
Water heater label
Typical electric water heater label
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Look for Volts and Watts on label
Always test volts first, and then look for watts
Label shows Phase: Phase 1 or single-phase is household or condo electric service (Phase 3 shows on some commercial water heaters)
Voltage: Label shows 208-240 Volts since these are typical voltages
Each element is 5500 watts: Label shows Two 5500 Watt elements @240V
Each element is rated 4125 watts when connected to 208V instead of 240V
Total connected 5500 watts means both elements are never ON at same time.

Note about 208Volt: 5500 Watt rating drops to 4125 watts when tank wired to 208V.  Why? Water heater elements are like light bulbs... When power drops, then light bulbs dim, and produces less wattage output. Same with elements: when voltage drops, the element is less hot and wattage output is lower

Resources: Tank wiring can be changed:
How to wire thermostats and elements
Off peak water heater wiring
Convert 3-phase non-balanced water heater to single-phase
How electric water heaters work

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Different water heater label/ 4500 watts @ 240volts

Label shows 4500 watt elements @240Volt

Total connected 4500 watts, which means both elements are not ON at same time.
Homes, houses, and many ordinary apartment buildings have 240Volts
While many apartment and condo buildings have 208Volt service

Note: 4500 watt element @ 240V changes to 3375 watt element @ 208 volts
Watt rating drops when voltage drops
Always test voltage first before figuring watts


Water heater lable Other things on label
Serial number/ which also contains code for date of manufacture/ Resource: Find age of water heater
Gallon size of tank
Number of warranty years
Manufacturer and address of manufacturer/ Resource: Water heater manufacturers
480 volt element
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Volts and watts are printed on end of each element
480 volt 4000 watt
or
415 volt 3000 watt
When voltage drops, the element wattage also drops

Typically 480 volt is common on 3-phase non-balanced commercial water heaters. The non-balanced 3-phase heater can be converted to single phase but attention must be paid to the element voltage and wattage
Resource: 3-phase non-balanced / and conversion to single phase

How to figure resistive wattage by volts

Ohm's laws says: Volts squared  watts = ohms  Resources: See chart   How to test element
Each element has volt and watt rating printed on end of element
If element is rated 4500 watts @ 240 volts.... then volts squared (57600)
4500 watts = 12.8 ohms
So 12.8 is the ohm rating for the element, no matter what voltage is applied

But what happens when voltage is reduced on the same element?? For example voltage is reduced to 208 volts instead of 240 volts.
Then 208 volts squared (43264) 
12.8 ohms = 3380 watts... and the element does not burn as hot

What happens when voltage is reduced to 120 volts on same element?
Then 120 volts squared (14400)
12.8 ohm = 1125 watts and heating is reduced to 1/4 the original output

What happens when voltage is reduced on 480 volt, 4000 watt element?
480 Volts squared
(230400) 4000 watts = 57.6 ohms/ and 57.6 is the ohm rating for element no matter what voltage.
So when voltage is reduced to 415 volts:
415 volts squared
(172225) 57.6 ohm = 2990 watts (or 3000 watts as shown in photo)

What about increasing voltage instead of lowering voltage?
What happens when 480 volts is connected to element that is rated for 4500 watts and 240 volts? POW ! element burns out
480 volts squared (230400) 
12.8 ohms = 18,000 watts or 4 times the rating... and the element will butn out immediately

What happens when 240 volts is connected to element that is rated for 2000 watts and 120 volt? POW again
120 Volt squared (14400) 2000 watts = 7.2 ohm
240 volts squared (43264) 7.2 ohm element = 6000 watts running through a 2000 watt element causing it to burn out

So buy element that is rated for the voltage  Resource: Elements and element replacement


Element rated for 4500 watts @ 240Volt
Reducing voltage reduces wattage
Resistive loads like water heater elements, watt consumption drops when voltage drops.
For example light bulb gets dim in a brown-out when voltage drops across large area of homes.

Example formula shows that wattage for 120Volts is 25% of wattage for 240Volts

wattage formula

Save water heater costs during peak electric pricing by converting water heater to 120V. Not recommended for ordinary household usage. Only for peak hours.
Lower wattage heats more slowly.
4500 watt @ 240 volt heats 21 gallons per hour
1125 watts @ 120 volt heats 5 gallons per hour. Tank stays hot.
Electric consumption spreads across more hours. It still takes same amount of energy to heat water, so cost per
heated gallon stays same.
Resource:
How to convert water heater to 120Volts
High density element
Low density element
Screw-in elements
High and low density elements
All calculations shown on this page apply to high and low density elements.
Watts
square inches of heating surface = density

High density has less square inches of heating surface, so each square inch of element burns hotter
If both elements have same watts and volts, they will still heat same amount as each other, no matter the density.
All new water heaters come standard with high watt elements
Purpose of foldback type low density element is they last longer in water that has high mineral content, such as hard water

Resources:
How to select and replace water heater element
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Upper and lower thermostats
thermostat temperature range
Thermostats are rated for any voltage
Thermostats will work with 12-24-36-48 volt AC DC
120-208-240-277-380-415-440 Volt AC

Thermostats are mechanical and do not depend on voltage to work.
Residential thermostats are rated 90-150 degrees F/ with reset trip out at 170
Commercial thermostats are rated 120-180 degree F/ with reset trip out at 200
Do NOT use commercial thermostats on residential water heater
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Formulas:
Volt x Amp = Watt

Amp = Watt Volt

More Electrical formulas
Water heater label shows Volts and Watts
Volts x Amps = Watts         --Same as--      Amps = Watts Volts


Calculate amp size of breaker using formula:
5500 Watt element  240 Volts = 22.91 Amps or 23 Amps

Other examples
4500 Watt element  240 Volts = 18.75 Amps
3500 Watt element  240 Volts = 14.5 Amps
1500 Watt element  240 Volts = 6.25 Amps
  
40 Watt light bulb  120 Volts =  0.33 Amps
If resistive load, such as light bulb or water heater element,  receives less voltage, then the watt rating is less.
If 40 watt light bulb receives 80 volts instead of 120 volts, then wattage is reduced::
(80   120) squared = 44% ... so 40 watt bulb rating is reduced to 40 watt x .44 =  17.6 watts
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Water heater element
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Volts and watts show on end of element

When replacing elements, use same Wattage shown on tank label
Any generic element will work as replacement
If using smaller wattage, tank will heat slower.

Tank warranty is voided when installing higher wattage element than shows on label
And this can be dangerous if wire size and breaker do not match load. Best to match element rating with tank label. Generic hardware store elements are good choice. Expensive 'lifetime' or 'extended warranty' elements are probably money-wasteful for homeowner.
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water heater circuit breaker 10 gauge wire and 30 amp breaker
for 4500 watt and 5500 watt elements @ 240Volts


5500 Watt element  240 Volts = 22.91 Amps or 23 Amps
4500 Watt element  240 Volts = 18.75 Amps
Oversized breaker and wire will run cooler, and breaker box and breaker willl last longer

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12 gauge wire and 20 amp breaker
for 3800 watt and 1500 watt elements @ 240Volts


3500 Watt element  240 Volts = 14.5 Amps
1500 Watt element  240 Volts = 6.25 Amps

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For ordinary residential non-simultaneous water heater
Test voltage
Identify element wattage
Look for total connected watts on label
Use chart to find correct wire and breaker


Resources:
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What does Watt rating mean?
Think about the difference between 40 Watt and 100 Watt light bulb.
Higher the Watts, the hotter the light bulb, and the higher output of total energy
So 5500 Watt element gets hotter than 3500 Watt element, and 5500 Watt uses more total energy


Why are elements different Wattage?
Think about a light bulb. A closet can be lit with one 40 Watt bulb. But a large room requires more Wattage.
So very large water heaters use 5500 Watt element since they heat more water.
Most residential tanks have 4500 Watt elements

If elements burn out frequently, reduce element wattage, or install lower density element.
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Smaller wattage on lower element? Probably does not save much.
DualWatt™ Lower element:

Choose between 3800 watt and 5500 watt connection on lower element.
Upper element remains 5500 watt.
Does smaller wattage on lower element save money? Probably not.
Why? because it takes same number of Kwh to heat gallon of water, no matter which size element. All cold water entering tank must be heated to thermostat set point
Exceptions where DualWatt element might save money:
1) Tanks wired for Off-peak, but then any element will achieve same result
2) States that have peak electric pricing, the lower wattage will reduce consumption a bit by heating water more slowly, thus spreading electric usage over more time.
3) Lower wattage elements generally lasts longer and do not burn out as frequently as higher wattage elements. Or replace element with low density element.
4) Replace upper element with 3800 watt, and set lower element to 3500 watt, and you can use 12 gauge wire and 20 amp breaker without upgrading electric to 30 amp breaker and 10 gauge wire
Turning down temperatyure on lower element is better strategy for saving.
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Most ordinary non-electronic water heaters are not damaged by surge
However, powerful lightning strike can damage water heater, especially modern electronic water heating equipment
You can install surge protection at the breaker panel or at the location of equipment

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Both elements are not ON at same time

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240 volt water heater circuit Basic 240Volt water heater circuit

Example shows water heater on dedicated 240Volt breaker.

Dedicated means the breaker does not supply power to other circuits.
Another example: Microwave oven is normally on dedicated 120Volt breaker

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Use 10 gauge wire for water heaters

Orange-colored 10 gauge wire for 30 Amp breakers
30 Amp breaker x 240Volts = 7200 watts  => 80% rule applies: 7200 Watts x 80% = 5760 Watts safe maximum
          80% rules applies to household electrical loads

Other ratings:
Yellow-colored 12 ga wire for 20 Amp breakers
White-colored 14 ga wire for 15 Amp breakers
18 ga lamp cord or 1 residential can opener, pencil sharpener, floor lamp etc
Resource:
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What size circuit breaker? 30 Amp
For safety > a circuit breaker is allowed to handle 80% of Amps shown
Water heater safety: always use 10 gauge wire and 30 amp breaker
30 Amp breaker x 80% rule = 24 Amps safe maximum

Calculation above shows that 5500 Watt water heater uses 23 Amps
And 30 Amp circuit breaker can carry 24 Amps
So a 30 Amp circuit breaker can safely handle the 23 Amps needed for 5500 Watt water heater

Oversized breaker and wire run cooler and save money, but make sure breaker size and wire size match
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How much does it cost to run Electric water heater:
3 hours is approximate daily run-time for a water heater [depending on usage and temperature of incoming water]
Bath uses 12-15 Gallons hot water <> shower uses 5-9 Gallons hot water > Hot water use chart

5500 Watts x 3 hours = 16,500 watt-hours or 16.5 Kwh per day
For a full 30-day month <=> 30 days x 16.5 Kwh per day = 495 Kwh per month for water heater electricity
Calculate cost <=> 495 Kwh x $.10 per Kwh = $49.50 + tax
As general rule, electric water heaters operate at 99% efficiency with or without water-softener > until sediment reaches bottom element > full efficiency is restored when sediment removed How to remove sediment   Read research pdf
3 hours a day @ $.10 per Kwh
5500 Watt tank = 495 Kwh per month  = $49.50 per month + tax
4500 Watt tank = 405 Kwh per month  = $40.50 per month
3500 Watt tank = 315 Kwh per month  = $31.50 per month assuming low usage
1500 Watt tank = 135 Kwh per month  = $13.50 per month

     3 hours a day @ $.12 per Kwh
    5500 Watt tank = $59.40 per month + tax
    4500 Watt tank = $48.60 per month
    3500 Watt tank = $37.80 per month
    1500 Watt tank = $16.20 per month
     3 hours a day @ $.14 per Kwh
    5500 Watt tank = $69.30 per month + tax
    4500 Watt tank = $56.70 per month
    3500 Watt tank = $44.10 per month
    1500 Watt tank = $18.90 per month
     3 hours a day @ $.16 per Kwh
    5500 Watt tank = $79.20 per month + tax
    4500 Watt tank = $64.80 per month
    3500 Watt tank = $50.40 per month
    1500 Watt tank = $21.60 per month
     3 hours a day @ $.20 per Kwh
    5500 Watt tank = $99.00 per month + tax
    4500 Watt tank = $81.00 per month
    3500 Watt tank = $63.00 per month
    1500 Watt tank = $27.00 per month
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Tempering tank passively pre-heats cold water
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Incoming water to household is geothermally heated since pipes are underground

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Amp rating for switches

Control water heater with Switches and Timers
The 80% safety rule applies to 15 amp switches and timers, so .80 x 15 Amp = 12 amps maximum
So switch and timer have to be wired to a contasctor

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15Amp switch  is rated for 1440 Watt
14 - 100Watt light bulbs = 1400Watts
How many light bulbs can 15 Amp light switch safely handle: 14 100watt light bulbs
15 Amp switch x .80 = 12 Amps
12 Amps x 120 Volts = 1440 Watts, therefore *14*  100-Watt light bulbs can be put on a single 15 Amp switch



Ordinary house switch can safely control several light bulbs + a desk lamp + a ceiling fan + etc. up to 1400 Watts
Add up Watts of each item to calculate the total load on the switch.
Same facts hold true for wall plugs which are usually rated 15 Amps and can carry 1400 Watts.

You can see that 1500 Watt microwaves and 1500 Watt space heaters should connect to heavy wires and switches

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Difference between 120 and 240 Volts

All single phase circuits require 2 wires to complete the circuit
    120Volt take 1 hot wire and 1 neutral wire
    240Volt takes 2 hot wires
    No neutral wire is needed to complete 240Volt circuit

240 Volts can deliver energy more efficiently than 120 Volts
240 Volt appliances are more efficient

Resource:
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AMPS   Highway Information about Amps:
Amps is a measure of the size roadway needed to supply energy to appliance
For example, a 5500 Watt element needs more roadway than a 40 Watt light bulb
Roadway is made up of circuit breaker, wire, and electrical connectors needed to handle the energy

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What is Kwh or Kilowatt-hour?
Kwh is the standard unit for billing used by electric company <=> the cost varies from 10 - 20 per Kwh
1 Kwh = 1000 watt-hours of electricity Average electric price by state
100 Watt light bulb turned on for 10 hours <=> 100 Watts x 10 hours = 1000 watt-hours or 1 Kwh
40 Watt light bulb turned on for 10 hours <=> 40 Watts x 10 hours = 400 watt-hours or .4 Kwh
To calculate cost, multiply Kwh x price <=>
For example .4 Kwh x  $.10 per Kwh = .04 or just 4 for each 10 hours of 60 Watt light
appliance watts
small refrigerator
Small Refrigerator: $60 per year
Big refrigerator: $300 per year
Small 786 watt Refrigerator rated 6.5 Amp/ full load      
115 Volt

1.6 Kwh per day = 600 Kwh per year.
@$.10 per Kwh = $60 per year
@$.12 per Kwh = $72 per year

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Big Screen TV: $70-140 per year
Satellite receiver: $18 per year

TV: 300-500 Watts + 3 watt standby
$.10 per Kwh
6 hours TV per day = $70-140 per year
Look at appliance label > each appliance has Watt rating
For example double-oven has a Watt rating of 7.0 KW - that means 7000 Watts
The top oven uses 1/2 total wattage or 3500 watts or 3.5 KW >> the bottom oven uses 1/2 or 3.5 KW
For every hour the top oven is 'on' uses up to 3.5 Kwh of power
When both top and bottom ovens are 'on' for one hour, the appliance uses up to 7.0 Kwh

When buying appliance:
Look at wattage printed on label. Take photo of label with phone. Compare wattage with old appliance. It requires same energy to heat water and heat homes and cook food as before. A giant appliance does not lower bills. Energy Star rating does NOT mean new appliance will pay for itself. With Energy Star, expect $2-6 per year on same size appliance. Appliances give off warm air that works against AC in summer, but helps heater in winter. Reducing consumption and buying smaller wattage appliance is best way to lower energy bill.

Put your TV and satellite box and computer on a power strip/ turn off power strip when not in use
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