AC WORKS® Connector — AC WORKS™ Adapters

Milwaukee RV Show

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The Milwaukee RV show is located at the Wisconsin State Fair Park Expo Center in West Allis, Wisconsin.  AC Connectors decided to attend the show last week, so we can get a good idea of the type of RV and camper options available to the public.  Our company carries adapters and power solutions for RV and generators, this means it is important to understand how our products will power and work with your existing power system.

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How to Prep your RV for the Season

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It may not feel like it in our home state of Wisconsin, but it is spring.  Time to start prepping and planning your camping adventures for the season.  You don't want to find yourself with any problems on a road trip or vacation so make sure you take the necessary precautions to avoid as many problems as you can before you travel.

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How to Order the GEKIT01

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Sometimes it’s hard to tell what will be available to power your specific event. You may be organizing a food truck rally, local arts festival, a community fair, or some other event that requires many different appliances or machinery. But how will you power it all? Introducing the AC WORKS® brand GEKIT01, the first multi-purpose “build your own” bundle from AC Connectors. This versatile kit starts with the base products of PD4GF-010, SS2L1430-018, S10301430-018, AD1430L1430, and AD1450L1430. From there you can add on a variety of different extension cords and power distributors. The more you add, the more you save....

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How to Reduce Voltage Drop With AC WORKS® Products

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When you are using equipment with a long extension cord, usually 50ft or longer, the voltage rating can drop since the electricity has a longer than the normal distance to travel. It’s usually not significant with lower wattage or lighter duty appliances, but it is much more noticeable with heavier-duty equipment. To help reduce voltage drop, we created a heavy-duty cable with 12 gauge wire that is normally used with 20 amps and a super duty cable with 10 gauge wire that is normally used with 30 amps. The connections are still just for regular household usage, so the most...

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