Can I use a 1000W bulb with a 600w ballast?

Can I use a 1000W bulb with a 600w ballast?

Using it to dim down a bulb, for example to run a 1000w watt bulb at 600w, is not ideal. The better use is to dim the ballast down to 600w and then use it to run an actual 600w bulb. That is the big advantage of a dimmable ballast: it allows you to power bulbs of multiple wattages.

Is kW and kWh the same?

When you see kWh on your monthly energy bill, it’s a measurement of your electric appliances’ wattage and the amount of time you use them. The difference between kWh and kW, and what you see on your bill, is that kW reflects the rate of electricity you use, and kWh indicates the amount of electricity you use.

Is kWh same as kW per hour?

kWh, or kW-hr, or W-hr means power times time, which is energy. kW per hour is kW/hour and it is not a measurement. Watts is power, measured instantaneously, like speed. Watt-Hr are a measure of energy (total power consumed over a given time), like distance traveled over a given time.

How many solar kW are needed to power a house?

How many solar panels do I need for my house? System size comparison

System size Number of panels needed Estimated annual production
4 kW 13 6,400 kWh
6 kW 19 9,600 kWh
8 kW 25 12,800 kWh
10 kW 32 16,000 kWh

Is 3kW Solar enough?

Is A 3kW Solar System Enough? In 2021 we tend to only install a 3kW solar system if we are limited by roof space. For almost all households, a 3kW solar system will not be enough. The average-sized solar system we are now installing is closer to 8kW, with most households choosing to install at least a 6kW system.

Is 6.6 kW solar enough?

A 6.5 kW or 6.6 kW solar system can produce enough electricity to reduce your power bill to zero. Solar power allows you to control how much power you use and when you use it. You no longer need to worry about the rising cost of power when you’ve got lots of visitors who need lengthy hot showers.