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wattage

1. power, esp electric power, measured in watts
2. the power rating, measured in watts, of an electrical appliance
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Currently Title 24 does this only for low efficacy fixtures, and does it by specifying it as the maximum rated wattage of the fixture as specified by a permanent preprinted factory installed label.
Cartridge heaters stocked in a wide variety of sizes, volts and wattages.
The largest number of external power supply units sold are projected to be in the lower wattage categories, 100W)
Access Fixtures data on bollard light efficacy has taken every light source, wattage, and optic, and calculated light output in lumens for the light source as well as the entire system.
Wattage founder, Aaron Manheimer, is honored to have worked with Gracie and with other high performance athletes.
The module's robust thermal solution can keep the temperature of the system well below 100 degrees C in any wattage, in sharp contrast to the existing art which does depend on the MCPCB to spread heat generated by LED.
The habit of thinking about light bulbs in terms of their wattage is hard to shake, because most people equate watts with brightness.
This is true, but when read within the surrounding text it makes it sound like a smaller wattage bulb would make the circuit safer.
Type 1 supernovas serve as markers for cosmic expansion because each of them has roughly the same intrinsic brightness, as lightbulbs of the same wattage do.
These flexible cable heaters are offered with customized wattage and voltage to suit the application.
However, only a few companies have made the move to reducing the wattage on their ionic models.
One platform is targeted at custom designs with higher wattage requirements (5 W to 500 W) and delivering high efficiency, exceeding 90 percent.