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Old Oct 18th 2018, 10:50 PM   #1
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How to calculate in watt

My two wheeler battery has a input current as indicated in the label is 1.0V. It's capacity as indicated in label is 4 x 12V24Ah. I charged it for 5 hours. How much would be the consumption in watts?
How to calculate this?
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Old Oct 19th 2018, 12:17 AM   #2
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My two wheeler battery has a input current as indicated in the label is 1.0V.
An input current???? 1.0V .... that "V" means volts

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It's capacity as indicated in label is 4 x 12V24Ah.
12V 24Ah means this is a 12V battery(you have 4 of these?) which can deliver 24A for 1Hr (or 1A for 24hrs)

12x24 = 288 Watts which one battery can deliver for 1 hr

four of these gives a battery capacity of 1152 W hr...

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I charged it for 5 hours. How much would be the consumption in watts? How to calculate this?
First the consumption will be in Watt hrs

You need to tell us if the batteries are in series (making 48V) then what is the charging current ....
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Old Oct 19th 2018, 12:49 AM   #3
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Input voltage is AC - 170 -300 V
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Old Oct 19th 2018, 04:24 AM   #4
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you're not making it easy ... explain what you want to know and why ....

If you want to know how much it will take to fully charge the 4 batteries , not more than about 1.5Kw hrs ... that's 1.5 units ...cost about 30cents
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Old Oct 19th 2018, 06:47 AM   #5
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Sorry for the ambiguity. Actually I wanted to know the power consumption and the cost of it.
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