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mi·cro·watt

 (mī′krō-wŏt′)
n.
A unit of power equal to one millionth (10-6) of a watt.

microwatt

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌwɒt)
n
(Units) one millionth of a watt

mi•cro•watt

(ˈmaɪ kroʊˌwɒt)

n.
a unit of power equal to one millionth of a watt.
[1910–15]
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Organic polymer solar cells show potential to offer power to distant microwatt sensors, wearable technology and the Wi-Fi-connected devices creating the Internet of Things, while they cannot match the durability and productivity of inorganic silicon-based solar cells.
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Marvell's microwatt WLAN transceiver technology coupled with a powerful, scalable, network aware application processing functionality offer OEM's the ultimate flexibility and maximum power savings.
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The microWATT Lighting Controller from Lutron Electronics Co.
Fixture-mounted lighting controllers, such as Lutron's microWATT, combine signals from daylight sensors, occupant sensors, time switches, and manual controls.