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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.
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For example, the running/startup wattages respectively for several essential items are: refrigerator, 200/1,200; several lights, 200/0; furnace blower, 800/2,300; sump pump, 800/1,300; and television, 100/0.
Generator manufacturers and resellers have charts you can refer to that list the average wattage used for various appliances and motors.
The point that the DOE is making is that consumers will need to understand a new figure of merit in place of wattage as an indicator of light output.
Nominal tolerance to establish the degree to which the actual wattage of a given product deviates from its rated wattage and assist in reducing large variations.
Additional specifications have been added in an easy-to-understand data chart that depicts expected bulb life, wattage, lumens, color temperature, proper use and other elements.
The implant was then exposed to a 940nm laser in continuous mode of varying wattages and times.
I can recall an interview with Elise Cortina and Bob Garfield of AFFI in the fall when they discussed such an undertaking, because they had noted that AFFI's microwave initiative would include information on how consumers could check the wattage of their microwave ovens to help ensure the items heated in them would reach the correct temperatures.
The warm colours will cast a lovely glow - and if you use a lower wattage bulb, the light will be even softer.
Users can choose UV output from the variable position wattage selections: 100-, 200-, 300- or 400-watts per inch.
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.
Solution: Check the UV lamp wattage. Without proper wattage, under-curing can cause the foil to crack or smear.
And it helps to know the wattage of your oven, because the amount of time needed to zap potentially harmful bacteria varies depending on a unit's wattage.