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W (Watt)

Watts (W) are the yardstick for measuring power. For example, a 100 watt light bulb, is rated to consume one 100 watts of power when turned on. Watts, therefore, measure instantaneous power while watt-hours measure the total amount of energy consumed over a period of time.

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