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# How do I find out how many watts my TV uses?

## How do I find out how many watts my TV uses?

In order to know the actual power consumption of your TV, check the label at the back of the TV that you have – that is the best and most accurate way of finding out how many watts does your TV use.

## What is the power consumption of 32 inch LED TV?

How To Know Your Television Wattage:

TV Size LCD TV Wattage LED TV Wattage
24 Inch TV 50 Watts 40 Watts
32 Inch TV 70 Watts 50 Watts
37 Inch TV 80 Watts 60 Watts
42 Inch TV 120 Watts 80 Watts

How many watts does a 30 inch LED TV use?

Electricity Use By TV Type

Size LCD LED
30 inches 60 watts 50 watts
42 inches 120 watts 80 watts
50 inches 150 watts 100 watts

How much watts does a LED TV use?

LCD/LED TV Power Wattage Chart:

TV Size LCD TV LED TV
24 Inch TV 50 Watts 40 Watts
32 Inch TV 70 Watts 50 Watts
37 Inch TV 80 Watts 60 Watts
42 Inch TV 120 Watts 80 Watts

### How much power do CRT TVs use?

CRT Televisions While these TVs are very energy efficient, they usually only consume about 80 watts of power because of their generally small size of around 19 inches.

### How many Watts Does the average TV use?

When we add up all the energy used by your TV watching, we find you use 350 watt-hours a day (70 watts X 5 hours), or 10.5 kilowatt-hours each month (1,000 watt-hour = 1 kilowatt-hour). With the average US household using about 900 kWh a month, this means your TV watching accounts for about 1.2% of your total electricity use!

How many Watts Does a 32 ” led TV use?

Obviously, as screens get larger TVs use more energy. According to one product review site, a 32” LED TV uses about 18 watts of energy. Moving up to a 40” LED increases that energy use to 31 watts – not a huge difference. But a 55” LED TV uses about 57 watts or 2x the amount of electricity as a 32” TV…

How much electricity does a 55 inch TV use?

But a 55” LED TV uses about 57 watts or 2x the amount of electricity as a 32” TV (though still very little electricity). All this is to say, even with the bigger models, the average LED or LCD TV probably uses between 30 and 100 watts of electricity.

#### Is there a power range for all TVs?

Yes, there is a range for all of them – some brands and models use more than others. One TV’s energy consumption could be much higher than another, but we’re talking about less than 100 watts of power for almost all of them. And 100 watts really isn’t a lot of power.