Translation of kilowatt in Spanish:

kilowatt

kilovatio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɪləwɒt//ˈkɪləˌwɑt/

noun

  • 1

    kilovatio masculine
    • The giant powerful lights can pump out more than 300,000 watts all up, with each bulb requiring 2 kilowatts of power and warranted for 10,000 hours.
    • Well, the news I have today is that this power line does not produce a single kilowatt of electricity.
    • Each month, the City provides six kilolitres of water free to all households and 50 kilowatts of electricity to those supplied by City Power.
    • Eight steam turbine generators each produce 8,000 kilowatts of electrical power, enough to serve a small city.
    • The 4.8 kilowatts of electricity generated by the system is stored in advanced lead-acid batteries to keep the size and cost of the 250 lb battery pack reasonable.
    • At full speed, each machine can generate more than 50 kilowatts of electricity, enough to power about 20 homes.
    • The campus generates some 40 kilowatts of electricity from the sun, enough to run its offices and workshops.
    • Water from the Ouse will be diverted through a turbine and returned to the river after generating up to 450 kilowatts of electricity.
    • The atmosphere was like a giant generator turning out millions of kilowatts of electricity.
    • We would only need about 30 turbines for the 70 million kilowatts of electricity consumed by the city council.
    • Fourteen large wind turbines are spread across the slopes of Beinn Ghlas in Argyll, their blades turning in the breeze to produce up to 600 kilowatts of electricity each.
    • Stationary plants providing 200 kilowatts of neighborhood electrical power are practical and operating efficiently.
    • When used as the primary power supply, generator capacities range from about 120 kilowatts to 150 megawatts.
    • On a sunny day, an area just a few paces on a side would generate a kilowatt of electrical power.
    • Preparing for them each week requires forests of paper, quarried hillsides of chalk and untold kilowatts of electricity to power overhead lights and VCRs.
    • We need five atomic power plants to produce the necessary 255,000 kilowatts for electricity.
    • Telecommunication satellites require several kilowatts of electric power, while most other satellites require several hundred watts.
    • Each buoy could potentially produce 250 kilowatts of power, and the technology can be scaled up or down to suit a variety of energy needs.
    • The sleek, three-pronged turbines swivel to face the oncoming tide, generating up to 35 kilowatts of electricity each.
    • Generators are rated by their maximum electrical power output in kilowatts.