AC WORKS® Library — Power Outage

THE WRAP UP ISSUE EIGHT

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Unboxing CarGenerator™

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Late last year, an entrepreneur reached out to us because his customers were looking for one more step to bridge the gap between his invention and keeping the power on at home. His invention is CarGenerator™ and it functions exactly how it sounds. With a small backpack shaped case, you can power the necessities in your home using your car. The reviews say it’s incredibly easy, reliable, environmentally friendly, and safe. We had to give it a try for ourselves. Jonathan was kind enough to send us a CarGenerator™ to tinker with, and it is ingenious. We are excited to...

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Download: Emergency Back-up Power Info Sheet

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Power is a measure of the rate at which energy flows, in electrical systems, it is measured in Watts (W).  Generators have different maximum wattages.  Transfer Switches and Inlet systems allow you to provide power to your home during an outage with the flip of a switch, turning your power from the grid to your backup system.

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: Staying Connected with Emergency Power Kits

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Having an emergency power system can be crucial to your home depending on where you live. After doing some research, you may find it hard to get all the necessary equipment you need in one place. Wouldn't it be helpful if there were a kit dedicated to emergency power systems?

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: How to Pick Your Emergency Power System

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In this video, we will answer all of these questions. We help you decide which generator connections and inlet connections you need, as well as some adapters you may need. An emergency power system should not be rushed and thrown together. If you have any questions about what you may need for yours, please contact us! We have all of your power solution needs.

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