(Provided by Steven Nameroff - Thursday, November 17, 2016)
Power outages occur at random and they seem to be happening more and more frequently. Many people are purchasing portable power generators, hoping to save them the cost and inconvenience of surprise power outages.
As we have learned during the last Super-storms encountered within the country, when the electric grid fails,
Before you invest in a power generator you will need to know just what appliances require power, and of course, how much power does each use. How much power will you need? Generators with a stable, alternating current will pose no harm to any sensitive electronics. The bigger the generator, and its attached parts, the more power it will be able to produce. A small carry-around generator cannot be expected to power numerous appliances. Generators with 2,000 watts of power ability may seem ‘large’ but
Here's the damage your appliances could be doing
The newer portable generators can automatically adjust the motor speed to the amount of power being needed by devices connected. Low speeds for lower wattage need and higher speeds for higher needs, thus saving fuel.
We have recently witnessed the failure of nuclear power generators, requiring either shut down for maintenance, or closure altogether. Having a power generator makes sense during these days due to the unreliability of massive turbines, and of course Mother Nature with its storms.
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