AC WORKS® Connector — PDU

PD4GF-010 Power Distribution Panel

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Last week we talked about GFCI outlets.  That was not a coincidence, as we planned on releasing the PD4GF-010 power distribution panel this week on our blog.  We worked tirelessly to perfect this product giving it a purpose for those with a plan.  The plan could be a large outdoor festival, an indoor carnival, a sporting event, a concert, and even an industrial warehouse.  When the weather is cold, the work must go on.  You can use the PD4GF-010 to power multiple heaters for your construction site. The options are endless, and we would love to hear how you start...

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Power Distribution for Generators

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Sometimes you need to power multiple items and you don't have any power at all.  There may be an outage, you may be camping, or on a job site.  Whatever your reason for using a generator to power your items, we have a PDU adapter to help you get the most of your power in one space.

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Turning your High-Power Home Outlets into Multiple Regular Home Outlets

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This week Chris talked a little bit further on the topic of Power Distribution Units (PDU) in the AC WORKS® Wisdom video, which I have shared here.  People can use PDUs for all sorts of different things. We can use a couple of different AC WORKS® brand adapters to get power from a higher-powered outlet, such as a dryer outlet or range outlet. By doing so, we can power our high power heaters, fans, dehumidifiers, and other tools, depending on the job.  Some of our adapters such as AD1450L1430, AD1430L1430, S10301430-018, L1430F520-025, S1430F520-018, and S1450F520-018 will all give you the ability to...

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