• Lance Burley | Burley Electrical
    South Florida Residential & Commercial Electrician
  • Lance Burley | Burley Electrical
    Master Electricians in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton & Pompano Beach
  • Lance Burley | Burley Electrical
    South Florida Residential & Commercial Electrician
  • Master Electricians in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton & Pompano Beach
  • Lance Burley | Burley Electrical
    South Florida Residential & Commercial Electrician
  • Master Electricians in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton & Pompano Beach
  • Lance Burley | Burley Electrical
    South Florida Residential & Commercial Electrician

AC VS DC Current Power Transmission, Application Powers & More in Coconut Creek, FL

Providing power in different ways, AC and DC are often thought of power rivals, so to speak, however these two are working together in modern instances. To help clarify a few things, we at Burley Electrical Service Inc would like to discuss AC versus DC power.

Difference Between AC & DC Current

Involving the use of current that runs in a single direction, the direct current was developed by Thomas Edison and the standard of America’s early foray into the world of electricity. The inability to be easily converted into higher/lower voltages led to alternative solutions, such as Nikola Tesla’s AC current. AC current could be converted to different voltages more easily using a transformer, as it alternates and reverses direction 60 times per second. In the future of America’s electrical infrastructure, in the end, George Westinghouse partnered with Tesla.

Application Powers Needed for AC Current VS DC Current

Both AC and DC current deliver electricity, however, the way the electricity arrives at its destination is what differs.
AC: Being capable of changing direction and voltage from higher to lower current with the help of transformers, your home or office receives electricity in the form of wave-like AC current. From your HVAC to your TV and dishwasher, by corded appliances small and large, the electricity is eaten in your home.
DC: Devices such as mobiles and smartphones, that use battery have consistent and constant voltage of DC power supplies in these electronics. The smooth, steady electrical current of DC power always flows in the same direction, between positive and negative terminals, such as the battery powering your kid’s remote-control car.
AC/DC: Between the outlet and the end that plugs into your computer to recharge the battery, beginning with AC from the outlet to your charging cord, to be converted into DC via the bulky little box (a power adapter), the laptop, for instance, uses a combination of both types of electric current. Additionally, some vehicles are designed to use a combination of AC/DC current.
AC/DC Future: Though they are expected to continue their perspective rivalry, AC and DC power current will likely continue to work in tandem. Predominantly powered by AC power across the nation, homes and business will continue to rely, with the rise of electric vehicles, LEDs, solar cells, and mobile electronics. However, methods for transporting and converting DC to higher and lower voltages with less electricity loss are continually to be under development, paving the way for technology.

Electrical Wiring Services & More in Imperial Point, Pompano Beach, Plantation, Deerfield Beach, Boca Raton, Davie, Lighthouse Point, Parkland, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Where seeing the AC and DC currents can be exciting to see working together, there is often a need for one or another in way of repairs, installation, upgrades, and other electrical needs. When you find the need for services, contact the certified electricians of Burley Electrical Service, Inc and out friendly experts can help you ensure your electrical project is done with safety and proficiency. We use advanced equipment and premium products. Contact us today!