Power Center

Power centers are ideal for powering multiple electrical appliances at once. At HomElectrical, we have power distribution centers that are extremely advanced and made to provide you with safe and economical power distribution. These power centers can be used for a variety of applications including: construction, carpentry, welding, and more. Explore our selection of power centers so that you can power all of the electrical appliances that you need at HomElectrical.

What is a ground fault circuit interrupter quad outlet?

A GFCI is a fast-acting safety device that detects circuit leakage to the ground and immediately shuts off power to the circuit. A GFCI Interrupter outlet is a portable GFCI that can be utilized virtually anywhere to provide quick, on the go safety. The number quad refers to the number of outlets or GFCIs for the device.

What is the difference between a Power Center and a Power Generator?

A power center requires a direct input electrical source in either 120V or 220V depending on the power center you purchase. A power generator creates it own electrical current by running off gasoline or solar power. Both power centers and power generators are portable and ideal for job sites, however be sure to check your electrical accessibility beforehand.

Can I use a Power Center to Power My RV?

Most appliances use less than 125 Volts so that a 30 AMP power center should be enough to power all your appliances. However, if you are running more than the load capacity you may run into issues. Be sure to check your total wattage usage and make sure you have enough amps. It is also a good idea to add a portable GFCI quad outlet for your power center.

Are Power Centers weatherproof?

The weatherproof covers prevent nuisance tripping and moisture from entering sockets and contact points. They do require and outdoor power chord that comes with weather resistant ends but should not be used in areas that are near a pool or other large amounts of water. Be sure to consult the manufacture’s safety instructions prior to using.

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