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Join the brightest minds in radiology and learn about the latest research and technological advances from top industry leaders.  Medical research and technology advancement is a top priority for Radiology professionals around the globe.  This December, Cordtec Power Corp., our affiliate company will be exhibiting in the Radiology Society of North America's Annual Meeting. 

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High Voltage Commercial Kitchen Appliances

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If you are curious about the electrical connections of large restaurant kitchens, you may be wondering: how different are the connections compared to my kitchen at home? Are there other specific electrical connections required that a home kitchen wouldn’t need?

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Differences Between NEMA 6-50 and NEMA TT-30

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In the world of electrical connections, there are quite a few plugs and outlets that look very similar to each other.  In the past, we have discussed differences in locking plugs and outlets most often associated with generators, and the differences with the outlet and plugs you can find in your home. There is another set that looks a little similar but serves very different purposes. This set is the NEMA 6-50 and NEMA TT-30. The confusion usually starts because of the number of prongs each has and the way they are set up. As you can see, they both...

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Breaker Tripping Troubleshooting

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Are you having a problem with your home’s electrical circuits tripping and you need help to figure out the problem?  We have some answers to your problem and hopefully, we can help you find the solution.  A circuit is installed in your home’s electrical panel and is designed to trip your breaker when it is overloaded.  Overloading the circuit is when your devices or appliances are trying to draw too much power.  A good rule of thumb is to only use the 80% rule when powering items in your home.  Example:  If you are using a 20 Amp breaker then...

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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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