AC WORKS® Library — breaker tripping

AC WORKS® Flood Restoration Series: Using a Range Outlet for Your Equipment

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Flood restorations and bed bug treatments require a lot of electricity. It can be hard to get the juice you need, without tripping circuit breakers, from regular household outlets. But, there are other convenient outlets around the house or apartment you are working in. What other outlets can be used?Another type of outlet that can be used, which is overlooked sometimes, is the electric cooking range outlet. This outlet can provide up to 50 Amps, and with it’s two hot wires, 250 Volts. By using a power distributor, you can hook up several extension cords for all of your equipment,...

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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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