AC WORKS® Connector — AC

100 Ways We Can Help You

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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.  

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Air Conditioning and Heating Units

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Window air conditioners are used in hot climates or during seasons of hot weather in homes that do not have central air systems installed into their home.  They typically cool a room or a small area from 150-2700 square feet.  The owner installs the unit into their window or permanently through the wall.  They are a great source of cooling/heating and are also great to supplement in rooms or areas.  There are so many options to choose from when it comes to window units.  Some units are more efficient than others and work in different methods to cool the air...

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PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT: ADL1430F520 and ADL1430F520-FD

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Do you run a small business that can’t afford the hit of a power outage? Do you need a couple low powered appliances or power tools to continuously run during a power outage?

Are you a contractor or industrial worker who needs to hook multiple power tools up to a generator to get the job done

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AC Wiring Basics

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AC stands for Alternating Current. AC is the type of electricity used for homes and other buildings.  A basic understanding of AC power is essential if you are a homeowner, want or need to change out any basic electrical in your home or want to know how the power in your home works.  It is essential you don’t work on anything electrical in your home or other buildings if you are unsure what you are doing.  There is no reason to risk the safety of yourself and your home. 

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