Definitions for "Watts"
Keywords:  amperage, horsepower, amp, joule, volts
Unit of electrical power derived from the current (or "quantity" of electricity) multipled by the voltage (or "pressure" at which the current is delivered). Stage lighting equipment is rated in Watts (or Kilowatts - 1kW being equal to 1000W). This refers to the amount of power required to light the lamp. A higher wattage lamp requires more power and gives a brighter light output.
Standard measure of electricity.  Amps X Volts = Watts.  A watt takes into account the amperage and voltage together. 1300 watts is the highest legally in the US for one appliance on 110 volts.
A measurement of power being used or emitted by a lamp each second.
Watts is a small lunar crater that is located at the extreme northern edge of the Mare Fecunditatis. Just one crater diameter to the northwest is the irregular Da Vinci crater. Further to the south is the larger Taruntius crater.
Keywords:  ghetto, rioting, broke, decade, angeles
In 1965, the first of what was to be many black ghetto riots over the following decade broke out in Watts, a poor section of Los Angeles. The National Guard had to be called to restore order, and after six days of rioting, thirty-four persons had been killed.
Keywords:  theologian, poet, english
English poet and theologian (1674-1748)
a talk show host, journalist, actor, executive producer, and writer in Hollywood