AC WORKS™ Connector

Copper and Nickel-Plating

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Copper and Nickel-plating are both good options for your AC WORKS™ brand products, conductivity, longevity, and overall quality of the product.  There are pros and cons to each type of material used and learning these will only benefit you when purchasing your next power adapter or cord.   Copper is prone to corrosion.  Providing a protective layer to your conductive components can help to avoid corrosion and will avoid the reduction of conductivity by corroded materials.  The conductivity of copper can be reduced when corrosion occurs.  There are two groups of material available to coat your copper forming a protective barrier. ...

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Let's Celebrate Another Year - 2018 Recap

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Can you believe 2018 is history?  That chapter in the book of life has come to an end but we cannot forget all it has added to our story. 

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Welder Kits

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Starting Saturday, December 15th we have an END OF THE YEAR SALES EVENT happening on our website AC Connectors.  Just in time for the start of this sale, we released two new adapter kits for welders.  Last week you were able to see the product release video on these new kits.   Today, we will go through the kits in more detail explaining the options you have for using the kits.   First, lets briefly go over the most common connection that welders use, the NEMA 6-50. This plug or connector is rated for 50 Amp usage at 250 volts. It has...

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End of the Year Sales Event

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Can you believe 2018 is almost history?  A lot has happened this year within our company and within our consumers lives.  We want to celebrate all that this year has brought us, with a two-week long sale.  You read that right.  Two whole weeks of savings!

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Outdoor Holiday Decorating Safety Tips

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Last week we talked about how to decorate your home safely during the holidays and today we are going to point out the safety tips for outdoor holiday decorating.  Holiday decorations can be the cause of many electrical and fire hazards, so it is important to take precautions.  When hanging lights outside your home make sure you follow some of the same tips from last week’s Holiday Lighting Safety article and in addition to those you need to be sure any extension cords you are using are indoor/outdoor cords.  When you are using electrical lights outside you want to be...

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