How Many Watts of Electricity does a Power Drill use?
Real power-use measurements from a power drill.
By Rob Cockerham |
How Much Power does a Power Drill use
Power Drill: 364 Watts
- A power drill uses an electric motor to spin a long spiralling blade, a drill bit, into material.
- Uses a variable speed motor and trigger, so it uses a variable amount of power, up to about 364 watts.
- Watts: 364
- Kilowatts: 0.364 Kw.
- cost per minute: 7 hundredths of one cent (0.07 ¢)
- cost per hour: 4.4¢
- cost per day: 35¢
- cost per month: $6.64
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Power use of these items was actually tested. Individual items will vary, but these are the actual measurements.