AC WORKS® Connector — 2019

Breaker Tripping Troubleshooting

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Are you having a problem with your home’s electrical circuits tripping and you need help to figure out the problem?  We have some answers to your problem and hopefully, we can help you find the solution.  A circuit is installed in your home’s electrical panel and is designed to trip your breaker when it is overloaded.  Overloading the circuit is when your devices or appliances are trying to draw too much power.  A good rule of thumb is to only use the 80% rule when powering items in your home.  Example:  If you are using a 20 Amp breaker then...

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Power Distribution for Generators

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Sometimes you need to power multiple items and you don't have any power at all.  There may be an outage, you may be camping, or on a job site.  Whatever your reason for using a generator to power your items, we have a PDU adapter to help you get the most of your power in one space.

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Turning your High-Power Home Outlets into Multiple Regular Home Outlets

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This week Chris talked a little bit further on the topic of Power Distribution Units in the AC WORKS® Wisdom video, which I have shared here.  People can use PDUs for all sorts of different things. We can use a couple of different AC WORKS® brand adapters to get power from a higher powered outlet, such as a dryer outlet or range outlet. By doing so, we can power our high power heaters, fans, dehumidifiers, and other tools, depending on the job.  Some of our adapters such as AD1450L1430, AD1430L1430, S10301430-018, L1430F520-025, S1430F520-018, and S1450F520-018 will all give you the ability to...

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How to Power Your RV Using Adapters

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

When RV season arrives, you want to be as prepared as you can for anything you might come across while out camping.  We will not speak on all things RV camping, but we can talk about RV power and how to be prepared. The first and most important part of RV power is you need to be aware of the service your RV has and have the connections to keep your power going at any place any time.  We have talked to you in the past about how to choose the perfect generator for your RV camping needs.  Today we...

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AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Flood Restoration Power Connections Overview

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

When working with air movers, radial heaters, and dehumidifiers for flood restoration, it can be hard to find different outlets to use that don’t share the same circuit breaker. What can be done to get high power to all the equipment you are using? Is there a different way that saves time?

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