I should know the answer to this, but I am fuzzy tonight.
What should I look for to protect my fifth wheel and electrical equipment when I plug into a campground 110-volt, 30-amp circuit? Surge protection is one thing, but dirty power is another. I would like protection from both.
Who sells this equipment? Does more expensive mean that it is better?
We use an inexpensive in line voltage monitor that plugs into any outlet as well as an autoformer.
The voltage monitor, about $20 is plugged into an outlet in the galley that we can always easily monitor. It IS one of the least expensive ways to protect your AC,Fridge etc.
Low voltage occurs quite often and the ONLY way to know is with a gauge/monitor.
Go with Progressive Industries, far superior equipment and customer service than the other brand.
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