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Last edited 23 May 2017
According to the Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide published by HM Government in 2013, the term ‘circuit-watt’ refers to:
|The power consumed in lighting circuits by lamps, and where applicable, their associated control gear (including transformers and drivers) and power factor correction equipment.|
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