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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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Select one which has a maximum wattage greater than your refrigerator (200 watts for a new Energy Star one up to 400 watts for an old one).
"All of the major manufacturers have come out with a compliant 32W product, so it's the same wattage. They just bumped up the efficacy to comply because it's an efficacy standard, not a wattage standard," Miller says.
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."
The global thermoelectric generators market is classified into six major segments, namely, end user, source, temperature, wattage, region, and material.
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You match the capacity of the transfer switch to the wattage of your generator.
Behzad says LED lighting will lead to even larger savings in wattage and heat generated, not only in residential properties but in government offices, schools, hospitals and even street lighting.
According to the company, it features industrial-grade performance, modular design and stability for demanding computing environments in a new maximum wattage option, meeting the highest rated efficiency (80 Plus Platinum) and provides ultra-quiet operation, famous of the Silence Series.
The newly enhanced models are available in three wattage models: the GS600, GS700, and GS800.
Plus, by operating fan-less at load levels below 20% of the model's wattage rating, each GS Series PSU significantly reduces noise levels.