AC WORKS® Library — Transfer Switch System

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

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

When preparing your home for the possibility of a power outage there may be a lot of important questions that come to mind: Should I get a transfer switch installed? What configuration should I get for my inlet box? How many watts should I go for? What is absolutely necessary to power in my house until the power lines are restored? Which outlets on a generator should I look for? What wattage should my generator be?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...

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

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

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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Download: Fall Product Sheet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

AC WORKS™ brand products for the fall season.  These products will include things like Dryer Outlet adapters, Home and Garden Extension Cords and Adapters, Generator and Welder Extension Cords and Adapters, and multi-outlet options.

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Download: Temporary Power Product Sheet

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

Download the AC WORKS™ Temporary Power Solutions for Transfer Switch Systems and Emergency Power product sell sheet here.

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AC WORKS™ Wisdom: Generator Connections

Posted by Christopher Hahn on

Depending on the size, brand, and its purpose, generators can have many different combinations of connectors. A pretty standard generator that can be used for many different purposes has 3 different connections: a NEMA L14-30R female connector, a NEMA TT-30R female connector, and a NEMA 5-20R female connector. The other common connections you may see on a generator are NEMA L14-20R and NEMA L5-30R. There will be different connections depending on the power it can put out and the standard the manufacturer built it with. This video will go over the possibilities of what each of these connectors can be...

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