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Medical and Hospital Grade Power Supply Requirements

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AC Connectors carries medical and hospital grade power-supply products that are compatible with North American standards and requirements.  Molded-on Plugs and Connectors follow UL 817 and CSA C22.2 requirements for NEMA 5-15, NEMA 5-20, NEMA 6-15 and NEMA 6-20.  Medical and Hospital grade power connections have special standards that are required by UL and thoroughly tested prior to use.  Special standards/requirements must be met for a power connection product to be called medical or hospital grade.  Both medical and hospital grades have differences but exceed the manufacturing of household or residential power supplies.  These products have nickel-plated pins and terminals,...

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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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Tips to be Aware of When Working on Wiring Projects

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You might need to wire inlets/outlets, replacement electrical plugs, and connectors or receptacles from time to time.  The below list of tips will help to keep you aware of important things you should know before you wire any home, job site, or DIY project. AC WORKS™ carries many DIY wiring devices and products to help get you plugged in.  We do care about your safety and the safety of those around you, so we prefer you ask any questions you have before you start a wiring project.  We also prefer you consider hiring a professional electrician to wire your project...

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Prepare your Boat for Winter Storage

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Summer is coming to an end and it is time to start thinking about your boats winter hibernation.  Just as bears gorge on seeds, nuts, and berries preparing themselves for the long winter hibernation, you should prepare your boat for its winter storage nap. Winter storage can help protect your investment as well as your time in the spring when you are excited to get out on the open water again. Here is a list of things that will make your spring life easier when putting your boat away for the winter: Clean the Boat: Top, sides, and deck – Let...

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Preparing your RV for Winter Storage

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In Wisconsin, you never know when the season will change.  You can bet that once the kids are back in school, football has kicked-off (Go Pack Go) and campfire smell is a regular thing in the city, it is probably time to start thinking about winterizing your RV.  Some campers may take their RV out until there is snow on the ground, which makes for some amazing foliage in the autumn months.  In September, we like to start planning our RV winterizing checklist and making sure we don't forget anything during the process.

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