AC WORKS® Connector — 50 Amp

New Protective Power Products Using a 50 Amp Power Source - SS2CB520 and SS2CBF520

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS® has brought you two new protective power adapters.  The power source for these adapters is a 50 Amp outlet.  The concern about this by many of our customers is that the outlet will carry too much power to their equipment causing it to burn out.  The solution we came up with is the addition of the 20 Amp breaker.  The breaker helps to reduce people's concerns about a power overload to their equipment by only allowing the necessary 20 Amps of power through the adapter.    We have two adapters to offer our customers.  The SS2CB520, which is...

Related Posts

CBF520 Product Line Update
Updates made to the CBF520 product line based on customer feedback and testing by AC WORKS®
Read More

Read more →

New Product Release: CS6375 50 Amp Power Input Inlet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

This AC WORKS® brand inlet wiring device [CS6375] is a heavy-duty power input connection device. It is used for an industrial and commercial grade flange inlet. This inlet works with 6 AWG (American Wire Gauge) copper wire and is commonly used for residential, transfer switches, and cabins. Included in your purchase is a 1-year limited warranty. Note: 10 Gauge is for 30 Amp, 8 Gauge is for 40 Amp, and 6 Gauge is for 50 Amp. - Residential, Transfer Switch, and Cabin Power Inlet - 50 Amp, 125/250 Volt Inlet - CS6375/ SS2-50P Locking Power Inlet - UL & cUL...

Related Posts

CBF520 Product Line Update
Updates made to the CBF520 product line based on customer feedback and testing by AC WORKS®
Read More

Read more →

100 Ways We Can Help You

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Today's post marks our 100th blog post on AC WORKS® Connectors and we want to celebrate by offering you 100 different ways we can help you.  Take a look at our list below.  

Read more →

RV Electricity Basics: Power Source, Appliances, and More

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

RV's have the option of a 30 Amp or a 50 Amp RV electrical system. What is the difference between the two?  What will you use for a power source?  Do you know what to do if your RV park power source stops working or has an outage?  What type of generator will you use? There are so many questions involved with the basics of RV electricity and we are going to try and answer them all.  

Read more →

You Don't Have to Buy a New Generator, We can Help

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Do you own a generator and it does not have the correct outlet?  You need to rent a generator but the only option available to you has an outlet that does not pair with your needs?  Are you considering purchasing a whole new generator or trying to change your generator outlet?  There are many reasons your generator might now work for your needs but we also have many solutions to provide you. 

Read more →