AC WORKS™ Library — 50 Amp

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. 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, don’t...

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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. What are the main differences between the two? Watch this video to find out!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...

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Download: Fall Product Sheet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS™ brand products for the fall season.  These products will include things like Dryer Outlet adapters, Home and Garden Extension Cords and Adapters, Generator and Welder Extension Cords and Adapters, and multi-outlet options.

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: Food Truck Connections

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Food trucks are gaining popularity fast. You see them at festivals, company gatherings, concerts, and even food truck rallies. Just about everything being operated in a food truck requires electricity. To maintain power, you’ll most likely need a generator to connect to a small breaker box inside the food truck. Much like an RV, these food trucks come equipped with a 50 Amp power cord. Food truck owners will most likely have to adapt from their generator to their power system power cord to maintain power. The AC WORKS™ brand RV/Generators can pull double duty and work with your food...

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