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  1. Default Air Compressor Power 
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    I don't really understand how this whole AC Power works. I'm 13 years old, and I'm doing a haunted hayride, and I was on www.frightcatalog.com. I want to get some things off there, but many of them require AC Power.


    Also, I could use some feedback on some scenes.
    I had some ideas for pretty original scenes.

    Hospital Scene: Zombie Doctors roll a helpless patient out in front of the wagon on a stretcher, they saw up and slaughter the patient.

    Cult Scene: A cult standing around a fire murmuring Satanic rituals, and they have a human/animal sacrifice.
    Don't throw a baby at anything. Even a Burgalar
     

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    Jasons,
    AC stands for alternating current the opposite is DC or direct current. Long story short is that DC current is something that runs on batteries and AC plugs into a wall outlet or extension cord.

    If your event is a hayride, then it would be hard to sell a hospital due to the setting, perhaps make that zombies at a car crash attacking a person instead.

    the cult scene is fine, taboo possibly, but not outrageously so, I would have the scene on one side of the wagon as a distraction and then have more cultists attack from hiding on the other side.
    Good luck,
    Allen H
     

  3. Default Generator 
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    If you need run a compressor in the middle of nowhere a small genny will take care of it, however now you're talking a good bit of cash to get all that setup.

    AC power is the stuff that comes out of your wall. A normal house outlet has 15A of current than can be drawn from it. You'll notice those types of ratings when you look at compressors.
     

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    Ok. I guess I'll try to stick with non-electric stuff.
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