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 How much electricity does a 1000 watt metal halide light use?

Answer STEP ONE - TAKE HOURS USED AND MULTIPLY BY 1000WSTEP TWO - TAKE THAT NUMBER AND DIVIDE IT BY 1000 TO GET YOUR KWH USEDSTEP THREE - TAKE THAT AND MULTIPLY IT BY COST OF ELECTRICITY, WHICH FOR RESIDE... Read More »
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How many square feet does a 1,400-watt metal halide light in a warehouse?

A 1,400-watt metal halide will illuminate approximately 4,500 to 8,050 square feet in a warehouse. Metal halide lamps provide 65 to 115 lumens per watt, so a 1,400-watt metal halide light gives off... Read More »
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Will a metal halide bulb work with a mercury vapor light?

A metal halide bulb will not work with a mercury vapor light because their ballasts, or materials that regulate electrical current, are different. Metal halide bulbs contain metal halide additives,... Read More »
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Difference Between 500 Watt & 1000 Watt Gauge Wire?

Watts are voltage multiplied by amperes and relate to the power consumption of an electrical device. The higher the watts, the more electricity is needed to power it. You pay for the amount of elec... Read More »
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Can I use a 120 watt flourescent bulb (32 watt draw) in a maximum 60-watt incandescent light fixture?

The rating of the fixture is simply to limit the current that you put on it. If you have a fluorescent bulb that is drawing less current (32W) than the rating of the fixture (60W), there is no pro... Read More »
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