Ceiling Fan Electricity Usage Calculator

Calculate how much energy your Ceiling Fan uses and how much it costs to run
Ceiling Fan

Electricity Usage & Cost of a Ceiling Fan

A ceiling fan is an energy-efficient appliance used to circulate air and provide a cooling breeze in your home. On average, a ceiling fan uses around 30 watts while operating, though the energy usage can vary depending on the fan's size, speed settings, and design. Ceiling fans are a cost-effective way to enhance comfort, especially when used in conjunction with air conditioning.

Several factors influence the energy usage of a ceiling fan:

  1. Fan Speed: Higher speed settings consume more power.
  2. Blade Size: Larger fans may use more energy, but they can also move more air.
  3. Motor Efficiency: More efficient motors use less power.
  4. Usage Time: Longer operation times will result in higher energy usage.
  5. Installation Location: Proper installation and placement can improve air circulation and efficiency.

Click calculate to find the energy consumption of a ceiling fan using 30 watts for different durations each day.

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