# Name 5 electronics appliances with their input and output in Amperes and their principles

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by ManiO9
do electronic appliances give some output current also ? normally they do some work or function ..

2015-08-25T23:43:48+05:30

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I don't understand this question very well. please clarify exactly what you need and for which purpose..

Electric and electronic appliances used at home.
Power rating is the power consumed and work done.  Voltage is usually 220/230 Volts AC.
The current is input AC current.
Microwave oven :      power :  1.5 kW.   V = 220 Volts.       I = 8.5 Amp.
electric induction cooker.    V = 220 Volts,   Power = 1000    I = 4.25 Amp
LCD TV :   210 Watts.      V = 220 Volts.    I = 1.2 Amp AC  input
Lap Top :  150 Watts.      V = 220 Volts.   I = 0.85 Amp AC input.
Table clock with radio :   10 Watts.     V = 220 V,   I = 0.06 Amp
Stereo set + radio : 30 Watts.    V = 220 V.  I = input 0.17 Amp
Refrigerator :   Power:  60 Watts.  V= 220 V.  I = 0.034 Amp
Radio + telephone:   50 Watts:   V = 220 V.  I = 0.30 amp.

CD Player : output power:   85 Watts.     V = 220 V.   I = 0.48 Amp. input current.
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Battery charger:   220 V input AC.    output Voltage: 12 V DC.  Output current: 1.5 Amp DC
power:  consumed:  18 Watts.
Set top box:   15 watts.     input voltage:   220 V AC.  current consumed:  0.085 Amp AC.

Digital thermo meter:    works on a button cell.  5 Volts DC.   around 5-10 milli amp.
This voltage and current are drawn from the button cell and then the digital circuit for the display works.