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This series is a great way to get a basic understanding of emergency power systems and what you need to maintain electricity, heat and household appliances during a long-term power outage.  During these 3 classes, you will learn:
  • the differences between AC and DC electricity
  • how to tell how much power your devices and equipment need
  • what kinds of things can be powered from your car 
  • what cables are needed and how to hook them up to power our devices 
  • how to safely store fuel for your car or generator in ways you have never heard about.
  • the many advantages of having battery bank(s) in our home.
  • how to select the correct batteries 
  • what wires and cables are needed
  • how to hook up batteries to make a bank
  • what kind of things we can power or not from our battery bank
  • about home battery banks, portable battery banks, mobile battery banks.
  • how to service and maintain batteries
Survey: Lecture-demonstration classes that give you a board overview of the topic. Refreshments and handouts provided.

Cost for this 3-class series:  $40 per person, $15 for an additional spouse or household member.

Class Dates: October 16th, 23rd, 30th, 2018.

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