Do Plants Grow Better With 25 watts 100 watts or 200 watts beter?
It depends on the type of plant.
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Watt is a derived unit in SI for the power; the symbol is W. The basic units: 1 W = 1 kg.m2/s3. The most used multiples arekilowatt (1000 W) and megawatt (1 million watts).
A watt is the SI unit of power. It's equivalent to one joule per second.
James Watt (1736-1819) was a Scott who improved the steam engine. He is often confused with as the inventor of the steam engine. The unit "watt" is named after him. it is equal to on joule per second.
you can always less less wattage. for safety, never use more wattage recommended due to fire hazard.
The answer to this question is more scientific / mathematical then simple, in terms of questions this one refers to kelvin/watts to degrees. the simplest (not always right) answer is 40.83c or 105.5f the formula is: degrees = [(W x T) / G] x shc W = watts T = time G = grams shc = speci…fic heat capacity This will calculate for degrees centigrade, do a search in google to find the specific heat capacity of what you are calculating for and you will get a better answer (MORE)
The watt is a unit of power . It is a Newton meter persecond, or can be given as a joule per second. We often encounterit in electrical calculations, and it is the unit of power forapplications there. The formula for power is given here: P = I x E In this expression, the power (P) in watts is equ…al to the current(I) in amps (or amperes, if you prefer) times the voltage (E) involts. The simplest example of a watt would be the amount of power thatyou would have if you had one volt at one amp of current. Or, toput it another way, 1 volt X 1 Amp=1 Watt. To go further, 12 voltsat 1 amp equals 12 watts. This is for direct current measurement. For AC voltage, it varies in that you would multiply the volts by.707 (AC RMS voltage), then multiply by the amps to get your wattstotal. (MORE)
it's depend how many volt power you connect ..such as if you connect 200volt ac line consume 1 amps
James Watt spent the first 18 years of life in Greenrock which islocated in the United Kingdom. He is known for his work onimproving the steam engine.
It depends on the environment, a 2 watt speaker is usually smaller and more portable but a 12.5 watt speaker is louder and usually has better sound quality.
Yes, the rating of the fixture is the maximum size bulb that the fixture should take. The fixture is rated to dissipate a certain amount of heat that is generated by a bulb. By putting in a bigger bulb and thereby generating more heat than the fixture was designed for, could destroy the fixture. Som…e fires have been known to start this way. (MORE)
well actually u dont need light just any kind of sun or usaully just some light
It meas that the bulb uses 25 watts of electric power to run. Different types of bulb produce different amounts of light, withincandescent bulbs producing the least. A bigger proportion of theenergy supplied to the compact fluorescent bulb is transferred tolight and less wasted to the surroundings …as heating. (MORE)
You can put any wattage up to 100 watts in a 100 watt rated fixture.
That depends on how long you keep it up. '100 watts' means '100 joules every second'.
Zero. Watts is the product of Amps x Volts. As you can see an amperage value is needed. Voltage = Watts/Amps. Volts = 200/?. 20 volts
A 100 watt bulb will normally glow brighter than a 50 watt bulb as long as you are comparing similar style bulbs. You have to compare Incandescents to Incandescents, Fluorescent to Fluorescent, LED to LED, and so forth. You also have to make sure your bulbs are similar in light patterns since you ca…n have general dispersion lighting, spot lighting, flood lighting, and so forth. So, once again as long as you are comparing like style bulbs, yes a 100 watt bulb is brighter than a 50 watt bulb. (MORE)
bad question. 25 watts of light? 25 watts of music? What kind of plants? What kind of light source? more information needed.
James Watt was a Scottish inventor who is famous for hisimprovements on the design of early steam engines. He became amajor contributor to the Industrial Revolution.
.83 amps @ 120 volts or .416 at 220 volts. Watts / volts = amps
That varies a lot, depending on the type of light bulb. The old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs produce much less light, for the same power, than the fluorescent light bulbs. That varies a lot, depending on the type of light bulb. The old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs produce much less ligh…t, for the same power, than the fluorescent light bulbs. That varies a lot, depending on the type of light bulb. The old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs produce much less light, for the same power, than the fluorescent light bulbs. That varies a lot, depending on the type of light bulb. The old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs produce much less light, for the same power, than the fluorescent light bulbs. (MORE)
Long answer: it depends what kind of bulbs you're using, how big your plant is, how you have the light spaced, etc. 250 watts= 5, 50 watt incandescent bulbs; 6, 40 watt, 4-foot fluorescent bulbs; two 125 watt metal halide or high pressure sodium bulbs. If you can afford the HPNa or the MH, you can a…fford more wattage. If you're strictly limited, I would recommend 3, 4-foot, dual bulb fluorescent shoplights with alternating "daylight" and "plant/aquarium" bulbs. That should cost you about $20 per fixture, and $4-5 per bulb, for a total cost of $90 to grow an ounce of pot. Or you could buy a quarter of some good stuff and forget the effort, time, space, and risk. Short answer: One. (MORE)
It really depends on what you are needing. If this is for an air conditioner or ceramic heater, you may not need one that big. If this is for an outdoor light to light an entire yard, you may want the bigger wattage. â
Given: Power P = 100 W. Reference power Po = 10^â3 W = 1 mW. Reference power level LPo = 0 dB. Get power P when entering power level LP: P = PoÃ10^(LI/10) W = 10^â3Ã10^(LP/10) W. Get power level LI in dB when entering power P in W. LP = 10Ãlog (P / Po) dB = 10Ãlog… (P / 10^â3) = 50 dB. The reference power may be different, then the power level will be different. (MORE)
AS long as the impedance is a match you can use any speake with any amp. But if the power ratings are too mismatched don't expect it to sound that good. If the amp is stronger than the speaker, the speaker can be damaged if you crank the amp up high. And if you hook an amp to a too strong speaker th…e amp might have trouble powering it properly. (MORE)
The question "How many volts is a 100 watts?" does not make sense. This answer explains why, and attempts to answer the underlying question. A volt is a unit of electrical pressure, in fundamental units of joules per coulomb. A watt, on the other hand is a unit of power transfer, in fundamental uni…ts of joules per second. The two units do not convert between each other without some other factor. That factor is current, or amperes, in fundamental units of coulombs per second. Multiply volts (joules per coulomb) and amperes (coulombs per second) and you get watts (joules per second). So, at a current of 10 amperes, a voltage of 10 volts will dissipate 100 watts. At 5 amperes, it takes 20 volts to dissipate 100 watts. At 1 amperes, it takes 100 volts to dissipate 100 watts. (MORE)
This depends on the bulb design. A simple tungsten filament bulb might have a surface temperature of the bulb well above 100 C. A fluorescent lamp will be much cooler for the same light output.
1000 watts will definitely be hotter and produce more lumens but alot of light is lost by distance or the proximity of the light to your plant. All I've seen posted would suggest using more smaller light fixtures (i.e 400 watt) closer to plants unless you are trying to cover larger areas at once and… are not concerned with the loss of useful light spectrums through distance.( 1000 watts produces lots of heat so it needs to be some distance from the plant even with a cooling system.) As far as growing faster that would depend on what type of bulb you are using and when you are employing that bulb. (MORE)
Preferably not. The 100W bulb is likely to get warmer than the 75 W bulb, and the fixture may not be rated to stand that extra heat.
Yes, but just be careful with the volume - damage will only occur if used at high volumes for long periods of time (Hours) for normal listening at home it is not a problem
No, if a lamp is only rated for 75 watts then that is the maximum wattage that should be applied to the fixture. The manufacturer of the fixture has to get an inspection on the electrical device that he wants to sell. This is done through an underwriters that determine what the maximums the device w…ill take by testing it until it destroys itself. With a lamp, different size bulbs will be installed and the results noted as to which wattage damaged the fixture. Bottom line when the lamp label states the bulb size adhere to that bulb. (MORE)
That depends on so much more then just the watt of the bulb, but if you have two identical bulbs where the only difference is the amount of watt, then logic dictates that 25watt is brighter then 10watt
100 watts minimum per plant prox. 2000 lummens is great but can take more, up to 100.000 lummens too kill the plant. if you have LED grow light then you will need less Watts like 90watts LED is like 400-600watt MH/HPS vise versa. Buy nasa testet LED grow light or wich thay use. Hmm i think that al…l. Regards (MORE)
P=I x E Watts = Amps X Volts So, 200Ma or .2A X 120v would be 24W Substitute any voltage to get the corrected power (Watts).
Yes you can. The amplifier will not drive the speaker to its full power and it is important that you don't allow the amplifier to be driven hard enough to distort. Other than that, there shouldn't be any problem at all.
If you put the 25w behind the 100w then it might not work at the full 25w and vice versa
In general, you can't convert between incompatible units; in this case you have hours, which is a unit of time, and watts, which is a unit of power.
Absolutely!! If you turn up the gain too much, the speakers will smoke. You can use it at a lower level
Thats what I do, and I've been shot at a couple times because I have the best prices and best weed. I've compared 100 watt basking lamp with special weed growing lights, and the basking lamp works 200% better. Happy Growing!
Watts is a unit of power that is equal to volts x amps x PowerFactor. Answer The watt is the SI unit for power . Power is defined as 'the rate of doing work' . Since work ismeasured in joules, the watt is equivalent to (a special name givento) a joule per second. The watt is sometimes d…escribed as measuring 'electrical' power. Infact, there is no such thing as 'electrical' or 'mechanical' (etc.)power, as power is simply a rate. (MORE)
Well, I just bought a 200 watt passive PA speaker system. Now before I answer this: Watts are not loudness, they are power. Okay, so now that's over with. 200 watts is VERY loud in general. I know a guy who owns a 50 watt stereo, and if he turns is up ~50% people will complain. So if you are wantin…g to do a small band concert, they should be okay (make sure the peak power is over 600 watts), and if you just want to rock out a party until your neighbors call the police, those would be perfect. So in general, 200 watts would be fine for any application. (MORE)
A 100 W bulb consumes a power of 100 watts, so that in one hour itwould absorb 100 watt-hours of energy, or in 10 hours it would use1000 watt-hours or 1 kilowatt-hour of energy.
Assuming they both run at the same voltage, the one with lessresistance will draw more current and more power.
A watt is a made-up unit of measurement named after James Watt (who helped to develop the steam engine in England). Watts = Volts x Amperes
If both are incandescent bulbs, a 100 watt bulb puts out more light than a 25 watt bulb.
The ambiguity of the question can only lead to an answer of, check the appliance nameplates of the appliances in question.
it depends what type genius, if it's a 100 watt bulb then its watt is 100.
It depends on the circuit that controls the siren. The circuit may be designed for only a 100 watt device and by doubling the current through the circuit, the circuit may be destroyed.
Watts is a measure of power. Watts is defined as volts x amps x power factor. The maximum value of power factor is 1 for a resistive load and decreases with various inductive loads. Now electricity doesn't relate directly to wattage other than knowing how many amps are required for a given voltage. …In a typical incandescent 100 watt light bulb you have 120 volts and about .83 amps. (MORE)
Yes, under normal circumstances. If this is some type of special fixture there could be other considerations. Most bulb sockets indicate max. wattage that can be used.
Because it takes more current and power and produces more light power. Running a 100 w lamp costs 4 times more than a 25 w lamp.