The leaves are starting to turn colors and the air is starting to become brisker. As we moved out of summer and into the fall season we quickly remember what it feels like to need a sweatshirt or jacket.
Do you remember just a few short months ago 50 degrees felt like it would never come? If you live in Wisconsin when spring arrives and we start to hit 50 degrees and warmer the coats come off, sandals go on, windows start to open and it feels nice.
After having a hot summer full of fun in the sun we cool down to that same 50-degree mark and suddenly we feel like we are freezing and cannot remember why we live here.
We start to pull out the hooded sweatshirts, jackets, hats, and gloves. Turning on the heat is not a worry because we are freezing! Many people pull out their space heaters for many reasons during this season.
People turn on the space heaters to get a small dose of warmth in their home, when fall camping is just a bit colder than they remember it being last year, or when you have a small space in your home, office, or job site needing warmth.
Here at AC Connectors, we have options for you to choose from helping to heat turn your space heater on with many different power sources available. Take a look at this AC WORKS® Wisdom video explaining the many residential connections available, then check out some of the HVAC adapter options we have provided below.
Do you need to use a 3-prong high power dryer outlet to power your space heater? Consider using the AD1030630 adapter that will power your NEMA 6-30P is a 30 Amp, 250 Volt, 3-prong HVAC female plug from your heater.
You might not have a 3-prong dryer outlet, but that means you most likely have a 4-prong dryer outlet. If that is the case you can use the AD1430630 adapter that will also power your NEMA 6-30P is a 30 Amp, 250 Volt, 3-prong HVAC female plug.
Those options above are for the heater with a NEMA 6-30P, or 30 Amp 250 Volt 3-prong female plug, as you read. What if you don't have that plug? Don't worry we can find you the solution you need.
If you need the NEMA 6-20P, 15/20 Amp, 250 Volt female plug connection we have the AD1030620 which can also connect to your high-power 3-prong dryer outlet. We also have a similar adapter available for your 4-prong dryer outlet, AD1430620.
Or we have a new power source option, the NEMA 6-50R welder outlet. You can connect the AD650620 to your welder outlet and will have the power connection for a NEMA 6-20 15/20 Amp, 250 Volt female plug.
Do you need to connect a regular NEMA 5-15/20 T-blade plug to a high power source? You can give our AD1450520 allowing you to connect a 15/20 Amp, 125/250 Volt, T-blade female plug to your home's electric range outlet.
We have options for any power source to connect your HVAC plugs and provide power. We have only shown a sampling of our product line in this post to give some common examples. If you don't see the connection you need please feel free to utilize our FREE consultations to obtain more accurate information for your situation.
Let us know how you power your portable heater in the comments below.
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