wattage rating

wattage rating

[′wäd·ij ‚rād·iŋ]
(electricity)
A rating expressing the maximum power that a device can safely handle continuously.
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Its 2300W (27600 PMPO) wattage rating lets it blast music all night, and Beat Waves complements this with patterns of light that move to the rhythm and beat of the music.
Ensure the wattage rating for each cord exceeds the total wattage of all appliances connected to it.
Plus, by operating fan-less at load levels below 20 per cent of the model's wattage rating, each GS Series PSU significantly reduces noise levels.
Plus, by operating fan-less at load levels below 20% of the model's wattage rating, each GS Series PSU significantly reduces noise levels.
As shown in the figure below, the wattage rating of a bulb merely indicates the wattage of electricity required for input to the bulb.
The new lighting fixtures have a wattage rating of 575 watts and a 2,000 hour lamp, which will produce cost savings from less frequent bulb replacement, reduced energy consumption, and reduced labor over the present lighting systems.
A turbine's nominal wattage rating is based on its power output at the rated wind speed, which is generally just below the speed at which a turbine will furl (a braking maneuver in which the turbine turns away from a strong wind).
These heaters usually have a wattage rating of 1,500.
Labels carry valuable information about the use, size, and wattage rating of a cord," Drengenberg notes.
Make sure to turn off the power at the main breaker panel and drain the tank before doing the work, and check the nameplate for the element's voltage and wattage rating so you can purchase the correct replacement.
On the other hand, if you anticipate using the observatory two or more nights consecutively, perhaps on a weekend, then you will need a panel with a considerably higher wattage rating so that the batteries can recharge faster.
Choose the appliance with the lowest wattage rating.