The amount of electricity consumed by a bulb.
A specific quantity of electrical power.
(Watts) A measurement of electrical power in terms of total energy consumed. Watts can be calculated by multiplying the voltage times the amps.
the product of voltage and current
The electrical unit of power. A kilowatt is 1000 watts and electric customers are billed on how many kilowatts of power they have used.
This is the rate of energy flow, the amount of power in a circuit.
Electrical power expressed in watts.
The amount of electrical power required by a device to work properly. For example, light bulbs are categorized by their required wattage.
Is the unit of power used to rate the output of audio amplifiers. For a wattage number to have meaning the distortion level and impedance must also be specified.
A measure of the electric power required by a device such as a light bulb or appliance.
The measurement of the amount of power used by an electrical device. Lamps are rated in terms of wattage. Dimmers are rated in terms of their maximum load capacity in wattage. Wattage=Amperage*Voltage. See Also: Voltage Amperage Dimmer Lamp
The measure of the power consumed by an electronic device.
Amount of electrical flow used by electronic devices.
the amount of electrical power in a light bulb or other electrically-powered tool or appliance ..... return
The amount of electricity flowing through a line, measured in terms of wafts. (Voltage times amperage equals watts.)
An amount of power, mainly electric power, expressed in watts or kilowatts and also the measure of electric power required by an appliance or a device.
Electrical power. Measured in watts.
The amount of electricity used by a light bulb to produce light.