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THE WRAP UP FEBRUARY 2021, ISSUE FOURTEEN

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How to Reduce Voltage Drop With AC WORKS® Products

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When you are using equipment with a long extension cord, usually 50ft or longer, the voltage rating can drop since the electricity has a longer than the normal distance to travel. It’s usually not significant with lower wattage or lighter duty appliances, but it is much more noticeable with heavier-duty equipment. To help reduce voltage drop, we created a heavy-duty cable with 12 gauge wire that is normally used with 20 amps and a super duty cable with 10 gauge wire that is normally used with 30 amps. The connections are still just for regular household usage, so the most...

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the WRAP UP Issue Eight: Industry News

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Industry News Level 2 Charging Research We have had customers reach out to us in search of a level 2 charger for the Chevrolet Bolt/Volt models. We learned the vehicles only come with a level 1 regular household charging cable. The customers are trying to adapt to the 240V outlets they have. Currently, we do not have a product that will adapt to a level 2 charging ability. As you read this, we are researching and planning ways we can adapt their cables and bring them a solution. Besides the level 1 charger, the other charging option offered by Chevrolet...

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the WRAP UP Issue Eight: Tips From Tony

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Tips From Tony When talking about the different NEMA configurations, it is important to remember what P and R stand for. P will always stand for the male plug side, while R will always stand for the female receptacle. P and R can never be used for opposite ends, and they don't stand for anything else.

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The WRAP UP Issue Eight Cover Story: 2020 Hurricane Season

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2020 Hurricane Season Let us help you keep the power on during hurricane season. Earlier in the year, the NOAA was predicting anywhere from 3-6 major hurricanes and for the season to be an above-average hurricane season. Fast forward to August, and the predictions have changed. The NOAA is now predicting up to 25 named storms. As we write this, there are two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, Laura and Marco. We have no way of knowing how the hurricane season will play out, but what we do know is how to help keep your power on in an...

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