Tips for Emergency Power Outage
A power outage can happen at any time, anywhere. Around 3 million people have been impacted by the rolling blackouts due to the recent severe wildfire in California.
Are you well prepared for the unexpected power failure?
Preparing a Power Outage Emergency Kit
Reputed disaster agencies recommended that every family should build an emergency kit in case of a natural disaster or serious power outage. A typical emergency kit should include:
- An emergency lighting;
- A three-day supply of non-perishable food and water;
- A whistle to signal for help. to keep all your family's electronics, medical devices, and lights charged.
- A first aid kit that includes enough bandages, antibiotic ointment, and prescribed medications;
- A powered-up refrigerator to keep your food fresh;
- A router and a radio;
- A whistle to signal for help.
How to Choose a Reliable Power Generator?
Traditional gas generators are normally loud and not safe to use indoors, while battery power like DELTA could save you from the annoying fumes and loud noise during the night.
Capacity decides how long your devices can be charged and used. Make sure that your devices can run continuously until the blackout ends.
Don't let the charging power limit the devices you can use during blackouts. DELTA can power 90% of the daily essentials you need for an emergency.