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the WRAP UP September 2020, Issue Nine

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THE WRAP UP ISSUE EIGHT

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How Do Our Piggy-Back Adapters Work?

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Recently, we brought in a new line of innovative adapters: piggy-back adapters. These new adapters offer multiple power solutions for your 1450 outlet and even travel trailer outlets. Let's start with our 1450 class of piggy-back adapters. The male plug end is a NEMA 14-50, most often used with RV campgrounds, high-powered generators, and electric cooking ranges. On the backside of the plug, is a 14-50 outlet with a cover. We offer a variety of connections for the female connector end of these flexible adapters. Be on the lookout for more innovative AC WORKS adapters such as these in the...

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THE WRAP UP ISSUE SEVEN

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What Are The Differences Between Surge Protectors And Circuit Breakers?

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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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