Rate measurement type for resource consumption of the system.
Consumption Rate Type
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure||Source|
|Daily draw||Average daily volume of water drawn by the system.||n/a|
|Energy cycle draw||Resource drawn per average cycle of an appliance, such as washer, dryer, dishwasher, elevator, etc.||n/a||BuildingSync|
|Idle power||Electric power consumed while equipment is switched off or in a standby mode.||n/a|
|Maximum power output||Peak power exerted by a system.||n/a|
|Nameplate input power||The nameplate input power is either (a) the input power marked on the nameplate (watts), or (b) where only nameplate input voltage and current ranges are provided, the highest value achieved by multiplying a nameplate input voltage limit and its corresponding current limit (Volt-Amperes).||n/a||EPA|
|Nominal power||Amount of power drawn or supplied by a device under standard operating conditions.||n/a|
|Parasitic fuel||The rate of parasitic fuel consumption by heating equipment. Primarily, this will be composed of the electrical energy used for control and display purposes.||n/a|
|Rated||Equipment rated consumption rate (as opposed to rated power)||N/A|
|Rated consumption||Equipment rated consumption rate (as opposed to rated power)||n/a|
|Rated power||The equipmentÕs rated, maximum-power-point power at standard testing conditions.||n/a|
|Water cycle draw||Water use of an equipment which depends on its chosen setting. For instance, the estimated per cycle water draw for a dishwasher or washing machine under typical conditions. Units are expressed as the number of gallons of water delivered to the machine during one cycle.||n/a|
|Watts per lamp||Amount of power drawn by a specific lamp.||n/a|
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