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Term Term Definition Options Unit of Measure
Whole building Entire premises View None
Whole premises Entire premises View None
Wholesale club supercenter View None
WI Wisconsin View None
WI Wisconsin View None
Width

The dimension of an object from one side to the other. This can be used to define the width of any building component, such as the width of a photovoltaic panel or a window. In relation to length, width can be the dimension perpendicular to the length.

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Wifi and gigabit ethernet protocols Networking connections that have been defined to require additional power for transmission and receipt of data in Audio/Video products. Connections are limited to Gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi. View None
Wind Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy in the wind and is converted to rotational energy and then generates electric energy. The power capacity is dependent on the turbine design such as height and blade size. Capacity is determined by the inherent on-site wind speed is time-dependent. View None
Wind Generic energy generation system powered by wind View None
Wind Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy in the wind and is converted to rotational energy and then generates electric energy. The power capacity is dependent on the turbine design such as height and blade size. Capacity is determined by the inherent on-site wind speed is time-dependent. View None
Wind Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy in the wind and is converted to rotational energy and then generates electric energy. The power capacity is dependent on the turbine design such as height and blade size. Capacity is determined by the inherent on-site wind speed is time-dependent. View None
Wind Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy in the wind and is converted to rotational energy and then generates electric energy. The power capacity is dependent on the turbine design such as height and blade size. Capacity is determined by the inherent on-site wind speed is time-dependent. View None
Wind Wind turbines harness the kinetic energy in the wind and is converted to rotational energy and then generates electric energy. The power capacity is dependent on the turbine design such as height and blade size. Capacity is determined by the inherent on-site wind speed is time-dependent. View None
Wind and stack open area View None
Wind speed Wind speed for the site at a height of 10 meters View None
Window Typically a vertical fenestration component. View None
Window To Wall Ratio

Ratio of total window area to total wall area, where the total wall area is calculated using the floor to floor height, rather than the floor to ceiling height.

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Window wall A type of fenestration that does not usually fill the entire wall surface, compared to a curtain wall which does take the place of an opaque wall system. Window walls are also referred to as ribbon windows. View None
Wing View None
Winter View None
Winter cover Winter pool covers are designed to protect a pool from debris as well as other unwanted pool contaminators. While many winter covers offer features such as thermal protection or coloring to help guard against algae growth, they do often vary in weave thickness which can be a determinate in the durability and overall quality of the cover. View None
Wireless A Wireless (Wi-Fi) Telephone is a Telephone consisting of a handset, cradle, and battery that connects to a network via an Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Standard 802.11-2012 (IEEE 802.11-2012) (Wi-Fi) connection. View None
Wireless Infrared (IR) or radio frequency (RF) View None
Wireless local area network test client A device that is capable of establishing an 802.11x link with an Access Point (AP) and transmitting data to and receiving from the AP. View None
Wiring penetration View None

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