AC WORKS® Connector

Identifying the Differences Between a Household and a 650 Welder Connection

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Recently, there has been quite a bit of confusion between two almost identical looking NEMA configurations: NEMA 5-15 and NEMA 6-50. A simple glance at them might not be enough to identify what you are looking at. These tips will help you identify which connection is right for you.

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BLACK FRIDAY 50

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Are you looking for a safe solution to powering your holiday lighting this year?  Look no further, we have got a limited edition holiday lighting kit released today and a huge sale on AC WORKS® brand products.

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What We Are Thankful For

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This year, we at AC Connectors want to share what we are thankful for, and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and holiday season!

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PD4GF-010 Power Distribution Panel

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Last week we talked about GFCI outlets.  That was not a coincidence, as we planned on releasing the PD4GF-010 power distribution panel this week on our blog.  We worked tirelessly to perfect this product giving it a purpose for those with a plan.  The plan could be a large outdoor festival, an indoor carnival, a sporting event, a concert, and even an industrial warehouse.  When the weather is cold, the work must go on.  You can use the PD4GF-010 to power multiple heaters for your construction site. The options are endless, and we would love to hear how you start...

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GFCI and Other Protected Outlets

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You may have seen strange-looking outlets or plugs with "Reset" or "Test" buttons built-in. What are they for? What makes them different from a regular outlet or plug?

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