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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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California's Title 24 divides lighting fixtures into high efficacy (an efficient source in a hard-wired or GU-24 base fixture) and low efficacy fixtures (Edison base fixtures and track lighting), and then puts limits on where and how much wattage for low efficacy fixtures can be used.
com)-- GlacialTech, the diversified lighting and thermal solution provider, announces a new series of 100W-200W stamped heatsinks for flood lights and other high wattage LED lighting applications.
Yes, we can use the modern bulb to cut costs in most areas of a house but when reading, writing etc then low wattages are ruinous.
Follow the cord's maximum wattage rating (listed on the cord's label).
Custom wattages and access management available upon request.
Infrared quartz radiant elements and reflector panels available in a variety of sizes and wattages.
Generally, the higher the wattage, the greater the light output.
Wattages and coating passes IEC 60695-2-1/0 resistance to heat and fire plus glow wire test at 850[degree]C.
Generally, depending on oven wattage and size and style of food, figure a potato will take 3 to 4 minutes; fish about 5 minutes per pound (lower wattages may take longer); 6 to 8 chicken pieces from 11 to 16 minutes.
Three lines of floodlights suitable for hazardous and non-hazardous areas are available in a variety of sizes, wattages and mounting styles.
Like light bulbs of different wattages, the bursts come in a wide range of luminosities, Kulkarni notes.
Helen of Troy offers those wattages in both its Revlon and Vidal Sas- soon lines, and Dickson said the company remains a leader in that area in terms of dollar sales.