AC WORKS® Library — 2018

Download: Spring Product Sheet

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Download: Generator Product Sheet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS™ Generator Product Sell Sheet contains compact adapters of all types, flexible adapters, and extension cords to get power to and from just about any combination of items.  You can power many different things including your RV, Food Truck, EV, Power Tools, HVAC, Welder, many household items and more. 

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom 2018 Recap

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Can you believe 2018 is already coming to an end? That chapter in the book of life has come to an end, but we cannot forget all it has added to our story. As we mentioned in our August recap post, we grew out of our small warehouse much quicker than we had anticipated which led us to a much bigger facility in the city of Oak Creek, WI. In fact, our new facility is about 4 and a half times bigger than our old one!If you have not been able to find the information about the products you are...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: A Closer Look At WDKIT02 & WDKIT03

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Last week, we introduced two brand new adapter kits for Welders. This week, we will go over the different connections involved in each.If you have any questions or concerns about your power connection needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.Please check out our website to read informative blogs about similar topics, and to see our various adapters and cords for your power solution needs. Check us out on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Give us a like and subscribe to our Youtube channel to see more videos just like this one. Shoot us an email if there is a topic you...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: What "125/250 Volts" Means

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When looking at our product descriptions, you’ll often notice a “125/250 Volts” for our products with 4 prongs. You are probably wondering “what does this mean?” or “how does this affect what I will be using this adapter for?”We have the answers for you.For most 4-prong adapters and even NEMA configurations, there are two hot wires. They are called hot wires because they are the wires used to carry the electricity. When you have two hot wires, you have two sources of 125 volts. If your application for our adapter only requires 125 volts, then only one hot wire will...

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