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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 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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Compact Adapters

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AC WORKS® brand compact power adapters are small, durable, and heavy-duty.  The durability of its material makes them built to last.  The design of these compact adapters makes them easy to hold and grip when using, carrying, or storing.  Because of their size and design, carrying them or packing them away has never been easier.  They are a bright orange color so you will not lose them on a job site or in your garage.  When designing these adapters, we kept our customer in mind.  Everything from keeping them in your pocket to being able to drop them over and...

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End of the Year Sales Event

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Can you believe 2018 is almost history?  A lot has happened this year within our company and within our consumers lives.  We want to celebrate all that this year has brought us, with a two-week long sale.  You read that right.  Two whole weeks of savings!

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Residential Outlets

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There are many types of outlets on the market today.  In your home, you may have more than one type of outlet installed.  Your kitchen and garage may have a different style of outlet then your bathroom or living room and if your home is older you may have old outlets or more than one type because updates were started and never completed.  We want to help you define what types of outlets you have in your home and why.  Outlets have a hot wire and a neutral wire. These wires deliver electricity to and from your power source.  Receptacles...

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Differences Between Watts, Amps and Volts Explained

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Electricity consists of electrons flowing through a conductor, such as an electrical wire. Electricity is measured as an electric current. The electric current (I) is measured in Amps (A). Electrical pressure, the strength of the current or voltage (V) is what makes the current flow. Watts are the electrical power released. The most basic units of electricity are Voltage (V), Watts (W), and Amps (A).

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