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Watt (symbol W) is a unit of power named after Scottish engineer James Watt.
Watt or WATT may also refer to:
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- Watt meter, an instrument for measuring power
- Airwatt, a measure of the effectiveness of vacuum cleaners
- Performance per watt, a measure of the energy efficiency of computer hardware
- Watt balance, the former name of the Kibble balance, an electromechanical device for measuring weight
- Watt-hour (W⋅h), a unit of energy
- Watt-hour per kilogram (W⋅h/kg), a unit of specific energy, typically used in measuring battery power
- Watt second (W⋅s), a derived unit of energy equivalent to the joule
- Heriot-Watt University, in Edinburgh, Scotland
- One Watt Initiative, International Energy Agency energy-saving program
- Watt on Earth, a British children's television program
- Watt+Volt, an energy technology company in Athens, Greece
- Watt & Shand, a former department store in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, US
- WAT (disambiguation)
- WATS (disambiguation)
- Watts (disambiguation)
- What (disambiguation)
- Wot (disambiguation)
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