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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.  

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JUST ARRIVED! Flexible Adapters with 20 Amp Circuit Breakers

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Have you ever needed to power light-duty equipment from a high powered outlet?

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Reasons for Your RV Electric Problems

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Electrical problems are more common than you think.  Whether you own a 30 Amp RV or a 50 Amp RV, you should have a basic understanding of your RV electrical system. 

Resetting a breaker or a GFCI that has kicked out, replacing a blown fuse are all small problems you can figure out on your own.  Big problems involving AC power or propane should be left to the professional service technicians. Is your problem big or not?

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How to Plan your Home's Emergency Power System

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When the power goes out in an emergency it is important to be prepared.  You never know when you will need emergency power so you should have your plan in place before the power goes out.  When trying to prepare your plan there are a few things to think about.  What will you be using to power your home?  What items in your home will need to be powered?  Are there any details you have not thought of, like time of year? Before you decide which route to go for obtaining power you should decide what household items are desirable...

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Cable Jackets: Their purpose and protection, explained.

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Most AC WORKS™ brand products are designed, with protecting your cables, in mind.  A jacketed cable surrounds two or more wires running alongside each other to form one protected cable. It is a protective outer covering for your wires. It can also be referred to as a Sheath. The cable jacket itself acts like the first line of defense for the inner components, keeping them protected and safe. There are inner and outer cable jackets on some cables. 

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