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 How much power does an old TV use?

Answer Older-model televisions use less energy than new televisions because they tend to be smaller in size. A 19-inch CRT (cathode-ray tube) television uses about 80 watts of energy compared to 125 watts... Read More »
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Can a 1000-watt PC power& cooling power supply unit power three 8800 GTX units?

A 1000-watt power supply will drive three NVidia GeForce 8800GTX video cards with room to spare, since they consume approximately 247 watts of power each. You may want to consider separately power... Read More »
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What is the reason that makes OLED TV need only little power to operate I heard that OLED TV uses less power than the other LCD TVs when compared What makes them so power efficient?

OLED TV works on pixel emission concept and not on the backlight concept. So it takes less amount of power as compare LCD TV.
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Can you use 240V single phase power to power 277V fluorescent light fixtures?

No...but you can buy an "autotransformer" that will boost the 220 to 277. Transformers of this kind can be the auto type or isolation type and are available at a much higher cost that it would be ... Read More »
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Does electric utility meter read real power or apparent power?

Apparent power contains "real power" + other forms of power that returns to the source after creating magnetic properties for inductance type loads. The power company does not bill you for this ser... Read More »
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