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Why 100 watts are not equal to 100 watts?

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  • #31
    This is tricky, the initial question was clear and while nobody owes nobody anything, it was... a bit of work to see the thread going the wrong direction. The tricky thing is how this can confuse a reader with the same question. I guess at the end the story will repeat itself over and over until the reader buys the stuff whatever ratings are printed, do the math, calculate some safety margins and then see how in real life the numbers just won't match. And it has nothing to do with lab ratings or lab conditions. It's was confusing to me, not it isn't, but it's tricky to explain without realizing it would be easily taken out of context or off topic.

    notifications off. See ya.
    Last edited by hroldan; 07-29-2019, 10:45 PM.

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