Simple, lightweight and free calculator app to let you know how much your devices cost you on your electricity bill.
Just enter the following information to get the expected price:
Hours of Use per Day
Power
Price
The app will tell you:
Cost per Hour / Day / Month / Year
KWh per Hour / Day / Month / Year
Simple put the wattage from the device and how much you pay per Kw/h (your settings will be saved for quick use) and the app will tell you how much you spend in electricity with that appliance.
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Electricity Cost Estimator
Are you looking for an easy way to calculate the cost of your electricity usage? Look no further than SlashLogs! Our electricity cost calculator is a powerful and userfriendly tool that allows you to quickly and accurately estimate the cost of your electricity usage.
How to use our our electricity cost calculator
To use our electricity cost calculator, simply enter your price, the type of electricity you use (e.g. residential, commercial, industrial), your current electricity rate, and your monthly electricity usage. The calculator will then provide you with an estimated cost for your electricity usage.
Why use it
In addition to its simplicity and ease of use, our electricity cost calculator is also highly accurate, giving you the confidence you need to make informed decisions about your electricity usage.
So if you want to accurately calculate the cost of your electricity usage, look no further than SlashLogs. Our electricity cost calculator is the perfect tool for anyone looking to understand their energy costs and make informed decisions about their electricity usage.
How our calculator works
The cost of using an electric appliance is typically calculated based on the amount of electricity the appliance consumes over a given period of time. This is typically measured in kilowatthours (kWh).
To calculate the cost of using an electric appliance, you'll need to know:

The appliance's wattage: This is the amount of electricity the appliance uses when it is turned on. It is typically listed on the appliance itself or in the manufacturer's documentation.

Your electricity rate: This is the amount you pay per kWh of electricity you use. This information is usually provided by your electricity provider.

The length of time you use the appliance: This is typically measured in hours.
To calculate the cost of using an electric appliance, you'll need to multiply the appliance's wattage by the number of hours you use it, and then divide that number by 1000 to convert it to kWh. Then, multiply the resulting number by your electricity rate to get the total cost of using the appliance.
For example, if you have an appliance that uses 1000 watts and you use it for 2 hours, the total electricity consumption will be 2 kWh. If your electricity rate is $0.10 per kWh, the total cost of using the appliance will be $0.20.
Keep in mind that this is just a rough estimate, as the actual cost may vary depending on factors such as your location, the efficiency of the appliance, and any additional fees or charges applied by your electricity provider. We have a blog page that tells you how to calculate your appliance cost in detail.
It's free
Our tool is free and anyone can use it.