AC WORKS® Library — Avoid Tripping Breaker

AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Tips to Avoid Tripping a Breaker

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As we have mentioned before, getting the right amount of power to your fans and heaters can be a tricky process. So here are some helpful tips to follow to make your project run more efficiently. This video will cover how using adapters, different outlets, and a circuit breaker finder can save you time.Like, comment, and subscribe to see more videos just like this one. Shoot us an email if there is a topic you would like to see us cover. Thank you for watching!AC Connectors strives to provide power solutions to its customers since its founding in 2015. From...

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AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Using a Generator to Power Your Equipment

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In some occurrences, there may not be power available at a flood site. So how can you save your house or apartment when this happens? Simple, with a generator. This video will discuss the different ways you can power your heaters, air movers, and dehumidifiers with a portable generator. Like, comment, and subscribe to see more videos just like this one. Shoot us an email if there is a topic you would like to see us cover. Thank you for watching!AC Connectors strives to provide power solutions to its customers since its founding in 2015. From our headquarters (Oak Creek,...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: How to Set the Charging Limit on a Tesla to Avoid Tripping your Breaker

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When using an adapter to charge your Tesla, it is very important to follow the 80% rule. This rule is in place to make sure you can get consistent charging and to avoid tripping a breaker. 

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: Outlet & Adapter Max Wattage

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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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