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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Tenders are invited for Twin Filament Halogen Bulb For Twin Beam Headlight Type H4p45t Ir Model /Make Halonix Or Autopal Voltage Rating 24 Volt Wattage Rating 100 / 90 Watts Bright/ Dim At 24 Volt As Per Rdso Instruction Bulletin No Mp Ib Ec 01.
Ensure the wattage rating for each cord exceeds the total wattage of all appliances connected to it.
delivering unprecedented performance while maintaining an exceptionally efficient wattage rating.
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).
Labels carry valuable information about the use, size, and wattage rating of a cord," Drengenberg notes.
They reportedly can replace heaters with twice their wattage rating.
The model number and the wattage rating are printed below the model name.
The fact that the HX1000W meets the 3-way NVIDIA SLI Technology specification at a wattage rating that is up to 30% lower than some of our competitors highlights Corsair's superior engineering expertise and world-class product development efforts," continued Peterson.
Frequency response (subwoofer) 20-150 Hz -- Frequency response (speakers) 15-20,000 Hz -- Wattage rating -- 160-watt P.
What is the total wattage rating of the appliances I'll use with the cord?