AC WORKS® Library — How To

How to Order the GEKIT01

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Sometimes it’s hard to tell what will be available to power your specific event. You may be organizing a food truck rally, local arts festival, a community fair, or some other event that requires many different appliances or machinery. But how will you power it all? Introducing the AC WORKS® brand GEKIT01, the first multi-purpose “build your own” bundle from AC Connectors. This versatile kit starts with the base products of PD4GF-010, SS2L1430-018, S10301430-018, AD1430L1430, and AD1450L1430. From there you can add on a variety of different extension cords and power distributors. The more you add, the more you save....

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How to Find the Right Adapter Using a Product Catalog

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Over the past couple of weeks, we have reviewed a couple of ways to find the right adapter. If you are someone who is a visual learner or knows what the adapter will be used for but can’t quite identify it, this next method is for you. If you or your business are part of our marketing target, or you ordered something from us previously, chances are that you have seen one of our single sheet product catalogs. We have several of these catalogs for the various categories of uses that our products fall under. We have them for EV...

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: How to Maintain RV Circuit Breakers

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

People new to RVs and even experienced RVers can often do something they are a little embarrassed to admit: trip the RVs circuit breaker. Just like in your home, a circuit breaker is put in place to stop an electrical current should there be an excess or overload. This makes sure none of your appliances short circuit, get fried or even start a fire. How does a circuit breaker gets tripped in your RV?

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: How to Add a Ring to Our Adapters

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When you receive our transfer switch adapter or your inlet box, you’ll notice there is a black plastic ring included. There are different types of inlet boxes out there with or without threaded rings for security, so this ring is something we throw in for free, just in case. This quick instructional video will show you how to add this ring on to the adapter if you so desire.For more information on this topic, check out our blog: https://acworks.com/blogs/ac-works-connector/adding-a-threaded-ring-to-your-power-connection-adaptersAC Connectors strives to provide power solutions to its customers since its founding in 2015. From our headquarters (Oak Creek, Wisconsin, USA),...

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