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AC WORKS® Wisdom: Level 2 EV Charging

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Level two EV charging makes use of higher output 240 Volt connections. For level two EV charging, you can use a dryer outlet, cooking range outlet, welder outlet, or HVAC outlet. With level two, you can charge your vehicle completely in a matter of a few hours, making it more convenient and less time consuming than level one charging.

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: RV Kits - Power Your RV Under Any Circumstance

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

A campground’s website may not be able to tell you the connections available or a park may not even have a power source, forcing you to borrow a neighbor’s generator that you are unfamiliar with. You may also want to power very select appliances in your RV while at home. So how can you be prepared for any of these scenarios?

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Download: Winter Product Sheet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS™ brand products for the winter months.  These products will include things like Dryer Outlet adapters, Household Power Adapters, Emergency Power Extension Cords, and Electric Vehicle Charging Adapters and Kits.

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: Outlet & Adapter Max Wattage

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Last week, we talked about maximum wattage for generator usage and how that plays into the outlets built in (https://youtu.be/rX0JOR7YmsQ). This week, we will talk about another common concern our customers have: the maximum wattage of certain outlets and our adapters. If the power source side of the adapter is less than the female side of the adapter, then the maximum operational wattage will be the same as the power source because that is what it can provide. The maximum wattage of the adapter is printed on the adapter itself, or on a tag attached.If you have any further questions,...

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: SS1 & SS2

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

For a long time, there have been mainly two different types of connectors for shore power: NEMA SS1 and NEMA SS2, with “SS” meaning ship to shore. Recently, the SS1 is becoming phased out with SS2 becoming the sole connector option. 

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