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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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Title 24 could define a "maximum installed wattage per square ft" as an alternative performance standard that could be used in place of the prescriptive standard.
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 are stocked in a wide variety of sizes, voltages and wattages, including models with internal thermocouples.
With microwave ovens ranging in wattage (power output) from 600 to 1,000 watts of cooking power or even more these days, many microwave recipes now include a range of cooking times to compensate for differences, so figure on adjusting to your particular oven.
The hair-dryer game has always been a wattage race," noted Wayne Dickson, vice president of marketing at Helen of Troy.
The largest number of external power supply units sold are projected to be in the lower wattage categories, 100W)
ecoNoon's lighting module is used in all of its finished products to power bulbs of all shapes and wattages up to 1,000 watts and higher.
1) Estimates are provided for the potential worldwide market for dc-dc converters in units, dollars and pricing from 2005 to 2010, by application, wattage, input and output voltage and product type.
These unusually thin heaters provide precisely distributed wattage for exact temperature profiles at up to 925 F.
The LED power supply forecasts presented cover all of the wattage segments.
Watt-Flex split-sheath cartridge heaters with continuous coil reportedly give uniform temperature profile, often eliminating need for distributed wattage.
Its continuous coil renders a more even temperature profile, often eliminating the conventional requirement for distributed wattage.