Learn more about your Traeger grill's watt usage below.
WATT USAGE BY GRILL TYPE
We rate our grills in watts. The size of grill has no effect on the watts used.
|AC Grills||300 Watts||Watt usage will drop down to 45W-100W after reaching the desired temperature, based on fan and auger usage.|
|D2 Grills||110 Watts||Watt usage will drop down to 10W-20W after reaching the desired temperature, based on fan and auger usage.|
|Timberline Grills||With Induction Cooktop||1756W max|
|Without Induction Cooktop||95W|
|Induction Cooktop only||1410W max||Induction cooktop power usage can vary, depending on the power setting.
At North American voltage (120V), this is about .8 A and 15 A current draw (the maximum expected current draw).
CUSTOMERS DOING CIRCUIT PLANNING
If circuit planning, such as building an outdoor kitchen or deck and installing new outlets, assume the maximum expected power draw. This will reduce or eliminate the possibility of tripping a circuit breaker, as many home circuits are designed to handle 15A or 20A loads.
If you have any questions, please contact Customer Support.