W] The mechanical power that the motor generates based on a given input power. Mechanical power can be calculated in a few different ways. For motors, one common way is the multiplication of the output speed and torque and conversion factor.
Amount of power a component, circuit or system can deliver to a load.
How much power a device will supply to its output connectors. Most commonly refers to power amplifiers and their maximum output rating (rated in watts).
The specified level of power of which a power supply is capable. Typically, power supplies have a continuous rating and a peak rating. These are usually a function of the ambient temperature. See "Derating."
The amount of electrical energy applied to the transducer by the sonar transmitter. Expressed in watts, typically the higher the output power the sonar unit has, the deeper it can penetrate, and the finer the detail that can be shown.
The output power calculated from the rms output voltage and the load impedance or measured directly. It is usually specified in dBm into a 50 ohm load (MIL-PRF-55310D, 4.8.21). See Dealing with dBm for further information.
The minimum and/or maximum output power at the output frequency under all specified conditions. Usually the specified conditions are temperature, load, VSWR and supply voltage variations. It is typically expressed in dBm or milliwatts (mW).
The energy per second measured in watts emitted from the laser in the form of coherent light.
The power measured at the exit of a laser cavity, commonly expressed as minimum output or maximum output. The class designation of a laser is based in part upon this characteristic.