Electric power tools are instruments that are actuated by a power source. Most power tools utilize electric motors, internal combustion engines, or compressed air mechanisms. Other common power sources include steam engines, fuel and propellant combustion, and natural power sources like wind or moving water to operate power tools.

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A majority of electrical equipment like consumer appliances, industrial utilities, handheld tools, and more, necessitate a steady power supply. However, it is important to note that these types of equipment typically do not run on electricity that is directly connected to them. Instead, electricity is routed via alternating current (AC) that is changed into direct current (DC). AC-DC converters are electrical circuits that change this AC input into DC output.

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In our modern society, we are very dependent on electricity and the benefits that it provides us. From connecting with others across the world for business to simply maintaining lighting in a home for comfort in the dark, there are countless ways in which we take advantage of electricity. For electricity to be harnessed by individuals in the way that it is, it must go through the stages of generation, transmission, and distribution which encompass the production of energy to the point it reaches the power outlet of a home or business. Each stage also contains various steps and hazards, warranting the need for safety measures due to the volatile nature of electricity.

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