AC WORKS® Library — RV

How Do Our Piggy-Back Adapters Work?

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Recently, we brought in a new line of innovative adapters: piggy-back adapters. These new adapters offer multiple power solutions for your 1450 outlet and even travel trailer outlets. Let's start with our 1450 class of piggy-back adapters. The male plug end is a NEMA 14-50, most often used with RV campgrounds, high-powered generators, and electric cooking ranges. On the backside of the plug, is a 14-50 outlet with a cover. We offer a variety of connections for the female connector end of these flexible adapters. Be on the lookout for more innovative AC WORKS adapters such as these in the...

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AC WORKS®: What is Voltage Drop?

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When shopping for AC WORKS® brand extension cords, you may notice the majority of them stay within a 50ft or less range. This is to avoid something that all power cords experience, called “voltage drop.” What is voltage drop?

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: How to Maintain RV Circuit Breakers

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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: Powering Your RV Using a Generator

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In this video, we will cover the basics of keeping your RV appliances powered using just a generator. You will learn about the different connections, wattage concerns, and what appliances you can run. 

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AC WORKS® Wisdom: Benefits of Anti-Cold Weather Jackets on Power Cords

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These specially formulated cords are made to stay flexible in any temperature and will not crack after long exposure times in harsh weather.  The cords are more manageable and allow for safer use.  

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