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wattage

 [waht´ij]
the output or consumption of an electric device expressed in watts.

wattage

(wŏt′ĭj)
The electrical energy produced or consumed by an electrical device, expressed in watts.

wattage

the output or consumption of an electric device expressed in watts.
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Know the wattage of your oven and cook according to package instructions, including stirring, rotating and observing standing times.
Cartridge heaters stocked in a wide variety of sizes, volts and wattages.
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A low wattage fluorescent bulb with a rechargeable battery allows the lamp to be lit either when it is on its base, or when carried separately (for up to eight hours) in buildings or outside.
Armor also noted that it will work with Turbine to determine the proper wattage needed for each of its variety of electric vehicles.
Fluorescent lights have a much lower wattage, although the claimed overall output is the same.
From 1925 to 1955, 107 Yiddish, mostly very low wattage radio stations provided a cornucopia of programming that spoke directly to their narrowly targeted, neighbor hood audience, the Jewish immigrant to the New World, who lived largely in and around Brooklyn, New York.
A choice of control pressure ranges is available depending on whether one uses a standard low wattage "S" coil, (14W) or high wattage "P" coil, (19W).
The FMV 1000 models are high wattage floodlights that are easy to install and maintain.
A close look at these applications found that the weighted average wattage between the consumer and computer sector converging over the forecast period.