*Refrigerator* or Freezer (Energy Star). 1200. 132-192. Microwave Oven. 650 *watts* . 1000. 1000. 800 *watts*. 1300. 1300. 1000 *watts*. 1500. 1500. Incandescent .

Find the voltage and amperage of the refrigerator; for instance, you may see "115 V" and "6.5 amps." Multiplying these two numbers tells you how many watts your refrigerator uses — in this case, 747.5 watts. Smaller refrigerators typically use about 350 watts, while larger models use as much as *780 watts*.

Kitchen. *Refrigerator*/Freezer. Microwave Oven â€“ 625 *Watts*. Microwave Oven â€“ 1000 *Watts*. Coffee Maker. Electric Stove â€“ 8 in. Element. Dishwasher â€“ Hot Dry.

A fridge will use anywhere from *100* to 400 watts depending on size, a large fridge will use about 180 watts or 1575 kWh annually.

*Many* devises need more power to start up (Maximum Output *Watts*) and then require less power (Rated *Watts*) to run continually. For example, a *refrigerator* .

*How Much Power* Do Your Appliances Use?. . **To estimate the number of hours that a *refrigerator* actually operates at its maximum wattage, divide the total .

For example, if you want a generator to run a refrigerator and a freezer, the wattage (table 2) of the refrigerator would be *800* and the freezer would be 1,000. To select the correct size generator, you decide if both refrigerator and freezer are to start at the same time. If so, you would need (1,800 X 4) 7,200 watts.

Common Appliances, Estimated *Watts*, Suggested Inverters. Microwave (600- 1000 *Watt* Cooking Power), 1000-2000, KISAE SW1220. *Refrigerator*, 500-750.