AC WORKS® Library

What Are The Differences Between Surge Protectors And Circuit Breakers?

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

There can be a wide variety of protective technology built into an electrical appliance, but the two most common are surge protectors and circuit breakers. So what is the difference between the two? Surge protectors protect your electrical appliances from voltage spikes. A voltage spike is when a cord or appliance exceeds the voltage it is rated for, resulting in permanent damage to your appliance. The most common places you will see these installed are power strips like our PSROT-072. Usually, you will have computers, TVs, entertainment systems, and office equipment plugged into one of these. The most common cause...

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The WRAP UP Issue Six

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New Solutions For Emergency Power

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

With summer starting to heat up, it is time to now focus on heavy rains, tornadoes, tropical storms, and hurricanes. Every year, we like to review with you the best way to be prepared. Since we have added quite a few new products to our lineup, we are going to go over what you can use to keep the power on during tough situations. Watch this video to see all of the new products we have brought in since last Spring and Summer. There are still many more emergency power solutions we provide. If you can’t find the one you...

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the WRAP UP Issue Five

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The Differences Between L530 and L1430 Inlets

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The summertime can be nice and warm out, but can also present dangerous hazards like severe weather. So as you de-winterize your home, double check your emergency power systems, or are thinking of getting a new system installed, there are some important things to remember. The most common outlets on portable generators tend to be NEMA L5-30 and NEMA L14-30, so you want to be sure you have the correct inlets and cords to go with them. Depending on the max wattage output of your generator, you will be able to supply up to 3750 watts with an L530 outlet...

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