What is a 60 watt light bulb?
A 60 watt light bulb is a light bulb with 60 watts capacity. When talking about watts, you're talking about the power that is transferred from the appliance to the accessories. Therefore, the light bulb labeled "60 watts" takes 60 watts to light up. A 60 watt light bulb will not be as bright as a 120 watt light bulb.
A D or a M battery can power a 60 watt light bulb. A D or a M battery can power a 60 watt light bulb.
A 60 watt light bulb would need 60 watt hours to be powered for an hour.
A 60 watt light bulb is a light bulb that, at rated voltage, will dissipate 60 watts.
No way to know. Light is not proportional to watts. You could have a "30-watt bulb" that produces 50 times more light than an inefficient 60-watt bulb, depending upon what technology is used in each bulb.
"A standard light bulb I would consider to be a 60 watt light bulb, and kilowatts are the amount of usage in a light bulb. From my research I have found that a standard 60 watt light bulb uses approximately 1.44 Kilowatts per hour."
it's 100 divided by 60 and multiplied by 100, equal to 166%
The 60 watt bulb will consume less energy and not be as bright as a 100 watt bulb. Most bulb sockets will specify a recommended bulb rating.
Not in energy used. But possibly in light produced.
Which light bulb will cause the water to evaporate first a 40 watt a 60 watt a 75 watt or a 100 watt light bulb?
The light with the most watts makes water evaporate the quickest.
Yes, eventually. The components of the light itself are only designed to handle the heat of the 45 watt bulb. The extra heat from the 60 watt bulb would eventually damage parts of the light, including the wires.
Can you safely replace a 120 watt light bulb with a 60 watt light bulb in a chandelier that still contains other 120 watt light bulbs?
Yes, it will be perfectly safe.
the answer is no you can not grow weed with a 60 watt light Really my ones grew with a 40 watt mercury light and a 20 watt argon bulb
yes,but you cannot light up over or a 60 watt light bulb it has to be below 60 watts
Yes, a 103 volt source will light a 60 watt light bulb. The relationship of the bulb's wattage output at a lower voltage, as to the normal voltage that the bulb is rated to operate on, the light output will be lower.
Watts is Watts and has no relation to time. w=v*a (west Virginia varsity). A 60 watt light bulb is 60 watts regardless of how long it is on. Watt hours would be what PG&E bills you for.
which has more resistance 100 watt bulb or 60 watt bulb? In short, the 60 watt bulb has more resistance. Power can be calculated using the following formula: P = (V^2)/R The power rating for a light bulb is measured using a 120 Volt source. Since the voltage will be the same for both light bulbs, using the formula, the bulb with the lowest resistance would have the greatest power.
A 60 watt bulb at 12 volts will pull 5 amps of current.
A Watt is a Joule per second. Joules measure energy and Watts measure power, which is the rate of energy used. Therefore, if you use a 60 Watt light bulb for 10 seconds, you consume 600 Joules.
40 watts of consumed power. The light output may be greater with one compared to the other, but wattage alone does not give us that information. Electric heaters, for example, consume 1500 watts of power and produce almost no visible light. Check the Lumen's. That is where the difference is. Current draw and light output. A 60 watt bulb uses 60 watts of electricity (i.e. it converts 60 joules of energy per second), a 100… Read More
Do different watt light bulbs produce different amounts of heat for a 60 watt light bulb and a 40 watt light bulb and a 100 watt light bulb?
in short yes.. the higher the wattage the higher the heat output.. this goes from pretty much every form of lighting we have.
A light bulb of 60 watts if we leave it on for an hour it will use 60 watt hours or .06 kWh.
Assuming the bulb is connected to the proper voltage, all 60 watts of energy are "lost" in a light bulb, mostly converted to heat and a small amount as visible light. If you meant how much energy is used to create a 60 watt bulb, that's completely different.
60 watts. This means that the 40 watt bulb uses less electricity but it also produces less light.
This depends on how long it is being used. The 60 Watt bulb consumes 2.6667 times the power of an 18 Watt bulb, but energy equals power times time. There is also an amount of 'hidden' energy: the energy to manufacture and transport the bulb. This depends on how long it is being used. The 60 Watt bulb consumes 2.6667 times the power of an 18 Watt bulb, but energy equals power times time. There… Read More
A 60 Watt bulb uses a power of 60 Watts as long as it is switched on. Power is the rate of converting energy. In one hour, the energy used is 60 Watt-hours. One Watt-hour is an amount of energy equal to 3600 Joules.
60 watt-hrs= 60 watt*1 hr so it will take 1 hour.
NO. The sun gives a lot more heat and light energy than a 60 watt light bulb standing right on top of the water, IM SURE.
To determine the amperage you divide the voltage by the watts so 120V / 60 watts draws 2 amps of current to light a 60 watt bulb using 120 volts AC.
You can, if you want to burn up your lamp. The socket rating is what is being stated, not the light bulb.
60 watt light bulbs can vary in there life depending on there brand but its somewhere around 40-50 days.
Yes, the wattage is just the power consumption. A 30 watt Fluorescent will give more or less the same light as a incandescent bulb or 60 watts, which is the limit for your fixture for incandescent bulbs.
How much electricity is consumed depends only on the power Wattage of the light bulb. No matter what types of bulbs they are, a 100 Watt bulb will always consume more electricity than a 60 Watt bulb. The type of bulb makes no difference to how much electricity is consumed but does make a big difference to the amount of light that is produced. In general: * a 100 Watt halogen bulb will produce more… Read More
GE 48402 60 watt Candelabra light bulb
The higher the rated wattage of the bulb, the greater the luminous efficacy, which means you get more lumens per watt using a 120-watt bulb than using two 60-watt bulbs. Check the lumen ratings for the two 60 watt bulbs, and compare it with the lumen rating for the 120 watt bulb. That should give you the answer you seek. The 60 watt bulbs may give off a light that is more yellow than the… Read More
Yes you can use a bulb of 60 or less watts, just not more than 60. Fixtures are labeled in this way to prevent overheating from high watt bulbs and causing a fire hazard.
yes, it can be used - single phase voltage of 230v. 50HZ is important
It takes 60 watt-hours. Same as lighting a 1-watt bulb for 60 hours; or 60 bulbs of 1 watt each for 1 hour. You get the idea. Notice the units: watt-hours, not watts. Watt is a unit of power, watt-hour is a unit of energy. 1 watt-hour = 0.001 kWh (kilowatt-hour) = 3600 joules = 860 calories = 3.4 BTU.
one has more watts
Obviously not. It would blow the bulb by 600W! <<>> Yes you can use a 60 watt light bulb in a lampholder that is rated a 660 watts. The rating given to these lamp holders is the maximum amount of wattage that can be applied to them safely.
Anything that will fit in your mouth.
Usually the 60-watt limit is used to prevent the lampshade overheating, so a 75-watt bulb should not be used. But if more brightness is required, try a low-energy bulb because a 15-watt one gives the same light as a 75-watt incandescent (old-style) bulb. Or a 20-watt would be even brighter.
It means that 60 units of electricity is passing through the circuit when it is on.
Yes. Part of the energy is converted to light, part to heat. The percentage depends on the type of light bulb. Fluorescent and LED light bulbs are more efficient than incandescent light bulbs. A 60-watt incandescent bulb will be uncomfortable to remove from the socket with your bare hands after turning it off. However, a 100-watt bulb will burn you if you remove it with your bare hands after turning it off.
It is probably a 60 watt bulb (believe it or not). Bulbs are rated in watts. A 100 watt bulb is brighter and consumes more power than a 60 watt bulb
So to replace a traditional 60-watt bulb, buy a 15-watt CFL: 60-watt incandescent / 4 = 15 watts. Note: Some brands of 60-watt equivalent CFLs still do not seem to give off as much light as a 60watt incandescent bulb.
To answer this question as it stands the voltage of the batteries is needed and the rated voltage of the bulb.
Yes, because the "higher" watt energy saver bulb (cfl) is actually a lower watt bulb than a standard (incandescent). Always look at the actual watts, not the 'light equivalent watts'. 11 watt low energy tube = 60 watts of old-fashioned light. More light, less heat!
Can you use a 100 watt light energy saving bulb in an old fashion light fixture that only allows 60 watt bulbs. The energy saving bulb says it only actually uses 23 watts.?
Yes, the wattage falls far short of the 60 watt maximum allowance, it will not produce nearly the heat that a standard 100 watt bulb will produce.