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Subject: Heat output of resistance heating element

Date: 12/26/01 at 1:07 AM
Posted by: Inayatullah
E-mail: inayatullahfazal@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: Need help designing AC circuit to produce 150 watts across resitive heaters posted by Jim on 03/26/01 at 2:36 PM:

I have got a resistance heating element rated for 220V 1 phase 60 Hz 3.0Kw. Will it produce precisely half of its rated output (in terms of thermal output)if connected to 110V 1 Phase 60 Hz regardless of temperature out. The application is blow through type air blower. Secondly, is,nt it a bad practice or prohibited by some area electical codes to connect it in this way? I shall appreciate if someone sheds light on it.

Thanks in Advance


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