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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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30 Amp VS 50 Amp RV Outlet & Adapter Outputs

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Recently we have been talking about RV connections a lot. One of the most common questions we get is about the wattage rating of our RV adapters and its effect on what you can power in your RV. Let’s start with a NEMA TT-30R outlet. These are used for 30 Amp RVs and are often found on RV/camping power pedestals and generators. But let’s say you have a 50 Amp RV that you need to hook up to one of these outlets. For this, you would need RVTT1450. The NEMA TT-30R outlet is rated for 3750 Watts, while a NEMA...

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Powering Your RV with AC WORKS® 50 Amp RV Kit

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Powering Your RV with AC WORKS® 30 Amp RV Kit

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With spring and the Milwaukee RV show approaching, we wanted to take the time and share with you the benefits of one of our RV adapter kits. There are usually RVs with two different amperage ratings: 30 Amps and 50 Amps. Normally, it is easy to identify which is which, but it may be difficult to identify the power source you will need to use on your camping trip. Today we will focus on a 30 Amp RV. 30 Amp RVs typically come equipped with a NEMA TT-30 plug. For the owners of 30 Amp RVs, we offer RV30AKIT1. This...

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Why Tight Electrical Connections Are Actually A Good Thing

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