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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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Electrical engineer Dr Robert Brown said: "A kettle will take the same amount of energy to bring water from 20C to 100C but the lower the wattage the longer it will take.
8cm high, and either 14cm, 21cm or 28cm long depending on wattage.
a: The wattage of line-voltage luminaires not containing permanently installed ballasts, transformers, or similar devices shall be the manufacturers' labeled maximum wattage of the luminaire.
The point that the DOE is making is that consumers will need to understand a new figure of merit in place of wattage as an indicator of light output.
Uniform placement of various bulb attributes such as wattage (or equivalent wattage for compact fluorescents) or color temperature is complemented by intuitive icons that suggest such suitable applications as track lighting or household lamps.
Low Wattage Ventronic is the latest addition to the popular Ventronic range from leading metal halide lamp and control gear manufacturer, VENTURE LIGHTING EUROPE.
Dies need to recover the temperature transferred to the foil, and the lower the wattage, the slower the dies recover.
And it helps to know the wattage of your oven, because the amount of time needed to zap potentially harmful bacteria varies depending on a unit's wattage.
It has a honeycomb heater, offering the same drying time as higher wattage models despite being a much lower wattage.
Rose will amp her wattage even more when she steps onstage to perform with fellow dreamgirls Beyonce Knowles and Jennifer Hudson.
Operation Kill-a-Watt will pay eligible customers for each replaced incandescent bulb by its wattage.
Voltages available up to 480 v, wattage up to 12 w/[in.