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accepted Is the same amount of electricity used for ceiling and table fans on different speeds?
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comment Is the same amount of electricity used for ceiling and table fans on different speeds?
thank you very much for your answer. I noticed that, when my fan is on highest speed, no heat generated but as I reduce the speed from 5 to 1, heat is generated at regulator, at it's maximum for lowest speed.
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comment Is the same amount of electricity used for ceiling and table fans on different speeds?
@EnergyNumbers no, i haven't tried measuring the power. And I also don't know what kind of motor and type of regulator. But I'm talking about the normal ceiling fans in home (that run on 230 v, here in India) and normal regulators providing 1 to 5 different levels of speed. I will try to add images in my question, so you will get better idea.
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comment Why do birds, sitting on electric wires, not get shocked?
@CrazyBuddy kk, i got you
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comment Why do birds, sitting on electric wires, not get shocked?
@CrazyBuddy yes i agree with you, but please help if you can. by the way, thanks
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comment Why do birds, sitting on electric wires, not get shocked?
thanks for your answer and link to the video, because we more trust the things that we see :)
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comment Why do birds, sitting on electric wires, not get shocked?
thanks for your answer
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