I'm confused about reading the terms Watt, Wh, and Ws of bulbs. Here is the quoted text taken from an electrical book that I'm currently reading on :
Now I'm take out some points from the remarks that confuses me:
- 60 W-bulb consumes 60 Wh in 1 hour.
- 100 W-bulb consumes 1 Wh in 1/100 hour.
My questions are :
- Why does a 100-w bulb consume 1 Wh in 1/100 hour, instead of 100 Wh in 1 hour? (Like that one in the case of 60-W bulb)
- Is 60-Wh equivalent to 60*3600 Watt in a second?