So the frequency in the power grid is 50 - 60 Hz depending on country's electrical standard.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I have a ~2000 watt heater that runs on 220 volts ~ 9 amps at 50 Hz, would increasing or decreasing the frequency effect the power output of the device. For example if I make the device run at 75 Hz without changing voltage or current would the output power of the device be increased. I haven't learned any mathematical expressions involving frequency when calculating power (W = I * V). If anyone could provide such it will be helpful.

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# AC frequency and power of an electrical appliance

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