This calculator uses the average watt rating (100 Watts) for a Electronic Air Filter. You can input your Electronic Air Filter’s details to calculate the exact usage and cost of your device.
Enter how many hours per day you estimate you run your Electronic Air Filter. If it is less than one hour use a decimal. For example, 30 minutes would be .5 and 15 minutes would be .25.
Input the wattage of your Electronic Air Filter. If you are unsure enter the average wattage for a Electronic Air Filter: 50.
The average Electronic Air Filter uses 50 watts. Your devices wattage may be different depending on the brand, size, or other factors. You can generally find the wattage of your Electronic Air Filter in the user manual or on the device itself.
Enter the price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) you pay for electricity. If you are unsure you can use the average rate per kWh in the US (10 cents) or find the kWh rate in your area here.