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Answer / manju
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Answer / kaashif
15 watt confrim answer
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Answer / muhammad tauheed baig
the wattage of the zero watt bulb is i5 watt.
this is low wattage so usually called zero watt bulb
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Answer / amit kar.
There is no bulb with zero watt consumption. Even a small
LED indicator consumes power, though it's a fraction of a
watt. The 'zero watt' lamp is, in fact, a 15-watt lamp.
Conventional electro-magnetic energy meters did not record
consumption if the load was very small. The indicator did
not move when the load was only 15 watts when at night
there was no other electrical load except the 'zero watt'
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Answer / nirmala
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Answer / subhas reddy
15 watts for sure
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Answer / arun
its 15 w bulb called zero watt becuase it doesnt effect on
electric meter thats why meter didnt show any reading
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Answer / anil kumar pinnamaneni
yes it is 15 watts
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Answer / arun kr vidyarthi
Zero watt mins no current no voltage
watt=volt*current,bulb is 15 watts
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