AC WORKS™ Library — Power

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: AWG

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For all of our power cords for sale, you will see a number followed by the letters “AWG.” You’re probably wondering, what does this mean?AWG stands for The American Wire Gauge. This is a standard wire gauge system based in the United States, while Canada uses the International Standard. It is a standard specification for the diameters of wires used in power cords.We offer a handy chart to help you pick out the correct gauge wire for your projects. This can be found on our website.Please check out our website to read informative blogs about similar topics, and to see...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: The Many Uses of a Dryer Outlet

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We have discussed dryer outlets and adapters briefly in a previous edition of AC WORKS™ Wisdom, but we are going to dive deeper into just how useful a dryer outlet can be with the use of our adapters. 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 videos just like this one. Shoot us an email if there is a topic you would...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: Generator Power Capacity

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There are many different generators for many different purposes. Whatever the purpose may be, there is always a maximum capacity. Usually, this is printed on the outside of the generator. What is the capacity? The capacity is the highest amount of power that can be used at one time. The capacity is very rarely reached all the time. 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...

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: Residential Connections

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SHOP RESIDENTIAL POWER SOLUTIONS  Whether you have been a homeowner for a long time or if you are a new homeowner, you might not have realized the different uses possible with the electrical outlets around your home. From a regular household outlet to the outlet you use for your clothes dryer or cooking range, there are many possibilities. Your regular 3 prong household outlets are typically 15 amps/ 125 volts, but it is also known as 110 and 120 volts. These outlets, as you may know, can do your typical “housework.” But, what if you get a new power tool,...

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