Relieve aching, swelling legs & reduce the risk of varicose veins during pregnancy

You’ve received the news – YOU’RE PREGNANT! You’re in a euphoric bubble of happiness but then the worry sets in and you soon realise the other side of pregnancy – the side that all your friends or family members, who already have children, fail to mention until you actually get pregnant…

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Along with the bliss and happiness that overcomes you while you’re busy growing your little bundle of joy also comes the stress and the worry of keeping your growing baby healthy and giving your baby the best start in life, and you soon notice the (not so nice) changes that pregnancy can have on your body.

Being pregnant can be hard work, especially as your baby grows and your body changes to accommodate this miracle of life.  Apart from the hormones making you cry one second and laughing with joy the next you soon become concerned about stretch marks, back pain and hemorrhoids. You may notice that your legs begin to ache or swell and soon you are also worrying about dreaded and painful varicose veins.

Varicose veins incidents increase by 70% during the first trimester of pregnancy with research showing two out of five women having varicose veins by the end of their pregnancy.  Thankfully there is some good news here ladies!  You can greatly reduce your risk of varicose veins and relieve your tired and swollen legs simply with the use of TGA certified JINNI MD Maternity Compression Stockings.

What are JINNI MD Maternity Compression Stockings you ask?

JINNI MD Maternity Compression Stockings help to improve your blood circulation naturally which reduces swelling in your legs and helps with any disorders that may effect blood vessels from nourishing your baby. Wearing TGA Certified Maternity Compression Stockings during early to post pregnancy will help to give your baby the best start in life as your improved blood circulation has a flow-on effect to the womb. Wearing Maternity Compression Stockings will also help you to stay relaxed and active during pregnancy without all of the nasty lower aches and pains, including varicose veins, and are excellent for working, expectant mothers who are on their feet all day.

How can I be sure on the quality of Maternity Compression Stockings?

There are many brands of Maternity Compression Stockings on the market but if yours aren’t TGA Certified with a minimum of 15-20 mmHg graduated from the ankle, then they are nothing more than a pair of close fitting stockings, that certainly won’t assist with your circulation. When you buy a pair of JINNI MD Maternity Compression Stockings from WallCann you can trust that our JINNI MD Maternity Compression Stockings are made to the strict Australian requirement for TGA Certified medical compression for Class I, II and III therapeutic standards, ARTG registration number 159339.If you have private health you may also be entitled to a rebate when you purchase our JINNI MD TGA Certified medical compression garments.

Which class rating of Maternity Compression Stockings is right for me?

Always check that your Maternity Compression Stockings are TGA registered with an ARTG certificate. When you buy from WallCann you are assured to be buying from a reputable Australian owned and operated family business. We guarantee that all of our products have undergone a rigorous quality control process and all meet our strict Australian standards.

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Wire up a DC to AC Inverter

How to wire a DC to AC Inverter to a battery,
whilst using a DC protection device.

This has been written to highlight the electrical connection steps, for ‘in vehicle’ connection.
There will be many possibilities depending on location of the Inverter, battery and type of vehicle, however this STEP by STEP is intended to highlight the safest sequence.

Connecting DC to AC Inverter to a Battery

8ZED-300S-12V-VP

8ZED-CB50

With the 300W Pure Sine Wave Inverter from 8ZED, you receive two types of cables, one is a simple cigarette lighter connection. This allows you to simply plug into the Cigarette Socket in the dash of your vehicle.
(Note** this should only be used as a temporary connection as it only delivers 150Watts in total)

Cigarette Socket Adaptor

8ZED-INV-CIGPLG

Any power that is over 150Watts should be direct battery connected as shown in this guide.

STEP 1: Some people may disagree, however when using a circuit breaker in the circuit, we recommend connecting the Negative cable first.

DC to AC Inverter connection to battery

It doesn’t matter whether you start from the battery or the inverter in this case. Ensure the connection is strong and clean. A Poor earth connection will result in poor performance of the Inverter.

STEP 2: Next step is to start on the DC positive cable.

Connecting DC to AC Inverter to a battery

As you can see in the image below, the 8ZED DC Circuit breaker  is in the “open” position. This ensures no power flowing through it. This is important as it ensures no “short” or mishaps can cause damage to the cable vehicle and most of all yourself.

 

circuit breaker

First make a connection to either of the posts on the DC breaker. Once this is secure you can make the connection to the battery positive as per the next image below.

Connecting DC to AC Inverter to a battery

STEP 3: With the DC breaker in the “open” position it means the other post is not live.
Now connect the other red to this post and then to the Red Post of the Inverter.
The complete connection should now look like this below.

DC to AC Inverter connection complete

Now once you are happy and have double checked you can click the DC breaker into the “closed” position. This will allow the DC power from the battery to pass through whilst maintaining protection.

You may now turn on the inverter and power your devices.