There are 1350 watts in a 60 hz bulb. There is a push not for everyone to transfer to led bulbs.
There are zero watts in 60 Hz. Watts are the product of Amperage X Volts
60hz Works fine I assume, I've got the same TV that i used to play Game cube and that always asks about 60hz or 50hz some times even 40hz! So I assume you can!
Approximately 250 watts is what the specifications for the related PS3 link indicate
Different games consoles consume different amounts of watts. For example, the Xbox 360 uses 160 watts of power. The original Xbox uses half of this.
Different Fat models like the first ones used more watts than the later ones and all more than the 250 watts used in the slim model
10 watt each second.
You need amps
Multiply the current by the voltage: 120 times 0.3, which is 40 watts.
Check the wattage of the device that plugs into the adapter. If the device's wattage is lower that 25 watts then the answer is yes. If the device's wattage is higher that 25 watts then the answer is no.
HELICAL 13W 120VAC 60Hz 180mA13W means 13 watts cfl...... =40 watt incadescent.
100v at 1A is 100 watts, 240 v 5A is 1200 watts. The other numbers give intermediate amounts of watts.
Watts = amps x volts. Your drill draws 4.2 x 120 = 504 watts. I have never seen a battery with AC 60 Hz specs. If it is an inverter that you are talking about and the output is only 100 watts then it is under size for the job you want it to do.
You can't derive watts from hertz. All devices plugged into the outlet in a certain region work with the same frequency (hertz). A microwave oven might use somewhere around 1 kW. You can look at your specific device and search for a small metal plate which has the electrical specifications.