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• sureda full capacity 225w kiyala? mama danna tharamin 900w wage enna one
900w thami full capacity eka digata wada karanakota yana power consumption eka. ae unata room eka cool unama 1hr 150w wage yanne. experience eken kiwwe

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How much does it cost to run a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in sri lanka?
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To calculate the cost of running a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in Sri Lanka, you need to know the power usage per month in kilowatt-hours and the electricity tariff in your area. The electricity tariff is the price you pay for each unit of electricity you consume. It may vary by locality, utility company, and customer type. According to the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the following electricity tariffs have been approved for domestic consumers with effect from 10th August 20221:
• First 30 kWh: Rs. 7.85 per kWh
• Next 31-60 kWh: Rs. 10 per kWh
• Next 61-90 kWh: Rs. 27.75 per kWh
• Next 91-180 kWh: Rs. 32 per kWh
• Next 181-210 kWh: Rs. 34 per kWh
• Above 210 kWh: Rs. 45 per kWh
Assuming you are a domestic customer and using these tariffs, you can multiply the power usage per month by the electricity tariff to find the cost of running your AC per month. For example, if your power usage per month is 162.3 kWh as calculated previously, then:
Cost Per Month (Rs.) = (30 x Rs.7.85) + (30 x Rs.10) + (30 x Rs.27.75) + (72 x Rs32) Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs2355 + Rs300 + Rs8325 + Rs2304 Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs13284
The cost per month may vary depending on factors such as outdoor temperature, indoor temperature setting, insulation level, air flow rate, and electricity tariff changes.

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How much does it cost to run a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in sri lanka?
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To calculate the cost of running a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in Sri Lanka, you need to know the power usage per month in kilowatt-hours and the electricity tariff in your area. The electricity tariff is the price you pay for each unit of electricity you consume. It may vary by locality, utility company, and customer type. According to the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the following electricity tariffs have been approved for domestic consumers with effect from 10th August 20221:
• First 30 kWh: Rs. 7.85 per kWh
• Next 31-60 kWh: Rs. 10 per kWh
• Next 61-90 kWh: Rs. 27.75 per kWh
• Next 91-180 kWh: Rs. 32 per kWh
• Next 181-210 kWh: Rs. 34 per kWh
• Above 210 kWh: Rs. 45 per kWh
Assuming you are a domestic customer and using these tariffs, you can multiply the power usage per month by the electricity tariff to find the cost of running your AC per month. For example, if your power usage per month is 162.3 kWh as calculated previously, then:
Cost Per Month (Rs.) = (30 x Rs.7.85) + (30 x Rs.10) + (30 x Rs.27.75) + (72 x Rs32) Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs2355 + Rs300 + Rs8325 + Rs2304 Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs13284
The cost per month may vary depending on factors such as outdoor temperature, indoor temperature setting, insulation level, air flow rate, and electricity tariff changes.
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How much does it cost to run a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in sri lanka?
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To calculate the cost of running a 9000 BTU inverter AC per month in Sri Lanka, you need to know the power usage per month in kilowatt-hours and the electricity tariff in your area. The electricity tariff is the price you pay for each unit of electricity you consume. It may vary by locality, utility company, and customer type. According to the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the following electricity tariffs have been approved for domestic consumers with effect from 10th August 20221:
• First 30 kWh: Rs. 7.85 per kWh
• Next 31-60 kWh: Rs. 10 per kWh
• Next 61-90 kWh: Rs. 27.75 per kWh
• Next 91-180 kWh: Rs. 32 per kWh
• Next 181-210 kWh: Rs. 34 per kWh
• Above 210 kWh: Rs. 45 per kWh
Assuming you are a domestic customer and using these tariffs, you can multiply the power usage per month by the electricity tariff to find the cost of running your AC per month. For example, if your power usage per month is 162.3 kWh as calculated previously, then:
Cost Per Month (Rs.) = (30 x Rs.7.85) + (30 x Rs.10) + (30 x Rs.27.75) + (72 x Rs32) Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs2355 + Rs300 + Rs8325 + Rs2304 Cost Per Month (Rs.) = Rs13284
The cost per month may vary depending on factors such as outdoor temperature, indoor temperature setting, insulation level, air flow rate, and electricity tariff changes.
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AI ekath confuse wena eka sadaranai ithin mehe prices wenas wena hatiyata

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• Ube me mention karapu unit eka Inverter newei

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