Many of us have multiple AC adapters in the house. We use them to charge our phones and laptops. It's possible that you have several AC adapters in your house, but don't know it. AC adapters are commonly referred to as "chargers" when they are used to charge electronic devices.
An AC wall charger, also known by the terms plug-in adapter and power brick, is a type of external power source that can charge any device, from a phone to a battery for a camera.
AC wall chargers should be a standard part of every professional videographer’s toolkit. You don't know what you are missing if you haven't heard about the importance of AC adapters.
An AC adapter is a device that makes electronic equipment lighter and more portable, such as laptops and professional cameras. It allows the device to be recharged, rather than requiring a full-size power supply. Because they can alternate the direction of electron current and convert voltage levels, AC chargers can charge many devices.
Another question that is frequently asked is "What makes AC chargers so special?" AC adapters are different. There are two types: DC adapters and AC adapters.
DC stands for direct current. This means that the electric charge flows in one direction. However, AC adapters have an alternating current which means that it flows both directions.
AC chargers' electricity is constantly changing direction. Alternating current is advantageous because it allows for the conversion of voltage to low or high voltage levels. This makes AC adapters more economical.