wattage

[ US /ˈwɑtədʒ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒtɪd‍ʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the product of voltage and current
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How To Use wattage In A Sentence

  • The hearing of both Ozzy Osbourne and The Who guitarist Peter Townshend was damaged by prolonged exposure to the high wattage blare from stacks of amplifiers.
  • To estimate your electrical load, total the wattage of all the equipment you'll operate at one time.
  • But their high wattage and high surface brightness have limited their use to large open spaces.
  • However, with properly selected luminaires and lamp wattages, along with electronic ballasts and carefully planned layouts, a typical open office lighting scheme might connect at 1.25 watts per square foot.
  • The higher wattage lasers featured in most research-oriented instruments create more heat and require a more expensive water-cooled system. The Scientist
  • The bulb works well for five years if the wattage is appropriate.
  • Intel's master plan is to extend its "silicon leadership" across all product categories -- from high-power server processors to lower-wattage chips that go into mobile phones and tablets.
  • Also, it is difficult to find an LED system that produces high wattage.
  • First, try to establish the wattage of your power supply.
  • He also wondered at what stage the Corporation was at with its public lighting programme for this year - if the wattage of lights could be increased and if extra lighting could be provided in his area.
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