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I need to find out the amp draw and BTU for a running basic 3430. I could only find the a document stating the watts would be 25.

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10-01-2013
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10-01-2013
05:35 PM

Current drawn depends on voltage. Watts are voltage * current.

So, take your 25 watts, divide by supply voltage.

- at 120VAC supply - 0.208 amps
- at 208VAC supply - 0.120 amps
- at 240VAC supply - 0.104 amps

This is a slight approximation as the power factor may not be exactly 1 but close enough.

Watts convert to BTU/hour, not directly to BTU. One watt is approximately 3.412 BTU/hour so 25 watts is 85.3 BTU/hour.

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10-01-2013
05:35 PM

Current drawn depends on voltage. Watts are voltage * current.

So, take your 25 watts, divide by supply voltage.

- at 120VAC supply - 0.208 amps
- at 208VAC supply - 0.120 amps
- at 240VAC supply - 0.104 amps

This is a slight approximation as the power factor may not be exactly 1 but close enough.

Watts convert to BTU/hour, not directly to BTU. One watt is approximately 3.412 BTU/hour so 25 watts is 85.3 BTU/hour.

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11-07-2013
10:41 AM

Re: 3430 stats

I went ahead and flagged the "Correct Answer" on this post to make it more visible and help other members of the community find solutions more easily. If you don't feel like the answer I marked was correct, feel free to come back to this post to unmark it and select another in its place with the applicable buttons. If you have any additional information on this that others may benefit from, please come back to this post to provide an update. If you still need assistance, we would be more than happy to continue working with you on this - just let us know in a reply.

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Noor