AC WORKS® Connector — Household Power

Emergency Power Protection Options by AC WORKS®

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS® brand products have much to offer for those who need emergency power. What you need depends on what you have at home to provide back up power. As seen in our featured products section you will see the PD4GF-010, a chainable PDU product available for back up, emergency, and other types of power. Combine the PD4GF-010 along with our L1430PR, NEMA L14-30 heavy-duty extension cord for extra length. You can also combine the L1430F520-05BK flexible adapter with the PD4GF-010 to give yourself even more 20 Amp outlets. It also helps avoid the tripping of the GFCI outlets if...

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Important News from AC WORKS® January 2020 Issue One of the WRAP UP

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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM AC WORKS® ATTN: CANADIAN CUSTOMERS You won’t want to miss this... Canada customers may now order select items from our Canada Amazon storefront. Select items are in the Canada Amazon fulfillment center. We have added 50 of our most popular items for now and will continue to grow the inventory in this location as needed. Watch for more on this, to come soon.  

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It's That Time of Year Again

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

After having a hot summer full of fun in the sun we cool down to that same 50-degree mark and suddenly we feel like we are freezing and cannot remember why we live here.

People turn on the space heaters to get a small dose of warmth in their home, when fall camping is just a bit colder than they remember it being last year, or when you have a small space in your home, office, or job site needing warmth.

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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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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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