# How many HP is a 1 ton AC?

## How many HP is a 1 ton AC?

4.781589149 horsepower

Ton (refrigeration) to Horsepower (metric) Conversion Table

Ton (refrigeration) | Horsepower (metric) |
---|---|

1 ton (refrigeration) | 4.781589149 horsepower (metric) |

2 ton (refrigeration) | 9.5631782979 horsepower (metric) |

3 ton (refrigeration) | 14.3447674469 horsepower (metric) |

5 ton (refrigeration) | 23.9079457448 horsepower (metric) |

### How is kW related to HP?

A power level of 1 hp is approximately equivalent to 746 watt s (W) or 0.746 kilowatt s (kW). To convert from horsepower to watts, multiply by 746. To convert from watts to horsepower, multiply by 0.00134. To convert from horsepower to kilowatts, multiply by 0.746.

#### How do you convert tons to kilowatts?

Conversions tons to other units

- ton = 3.5169 kilowatt.
- ton = 7.0337 kilowatt.
- ton = 10.5506 kilowatt.
- ton = 14.0674 kilowatt.
- ton = 17.5843 kilowatt.
- ton = 21.1011 kilowatt.
- ton = 24.618 kilowatt.
- ton = 28.1348 kilowatt.

**How much electricity does a 1 ton AC use?**

As a general rule of thumb, for AC power consumption calculation you should take, 1 ton of cooling = 1,000 watts. 1.5 ton of cooling = 1,500 watts. 2 ton of cooling = 2,00 watts.

**Is HP and kW the same?**

1 horsepower is equal to 0.74569987 kilowatts, which is the conversion factor from horsepowers to kilowatts.

## How many kW does a 1hp motor use?

If the motor is fully loaded, it will provide output power of 1 HP = (1 X 0.746) kW = 0.746kW. Electrical Input Power = (Output Power/Efficiency). Assuming 90% efficiency, Input Power = 0.746/0.9 = 0.83kW.

### How do you convert tons to horsepower?

Conversions tons to other units

- ton = 4.7162 hp.
- ton = 9.4324 hp.
- ton = 14.1485 hp.
- ton = 18.8647 hp.
- ton = 23.5809 hp.
- ton = 28.2971 hp.
- ton = 33.0132 hp.
- ton = 37.7294 hp.

#### Can I use a 1.5 ton AC if my load is 1kw?

No, you can’t run a 1.5 Ton AC with a load demand of 1 kW (electical energy). The equivalent electrical power required for 1 Ton of AC load is roughly calculated as 3 to 3.5 Kw of electical energy. Hence to run a 1.5 ton AC you need to have a electical power supply of 4 to 5 kW.

**Can I use a 1.5 ton AC if my load is 1 kw?**

Yes you can, as 1.5 ton Ac are rated for an avg. of 1.5 Kw , hence still 0.5 KW load is still left which will/can be consumed by other appliances in home (maybe FAN, TV,etc.).