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Looking for a surge protector, any recommendations for the best.

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Progressive Industries EMS-LCHW50 hardwired. Nothing better. Product Info.


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dalenoel wrote:

Progressive Industries EMS-LCHW50 hardwired. Nothing better. Product Info.
X2 on PI. I prefer the HW50C with the remote. You do have to run the data cable to the remote.


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dalenoel wrote:

Progressive Industries EMS-LCHW50 hardwired. Nothing better. Product Info.


a very enthusiastic X2 for the PI HW50C w/remote.


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dalenoel wrote:

Progressive Industries EMS-LCHW50 hardwired. Nothing better. Product Info.
X2 on PI. I prefer the HW50C with the remote. You do have to run the data cable to the remote.


Thanks for the info. What 50 portable unit surge protector would recommend. I would like a protector that shows the lights clearly and that are easy to read.

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I have been using this PI with three rvs now


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Don't be lured by a cheap price or good deal on a surge protector. You need more than a surge protector. Look at the EMS unit everyone above has suggested, either hard wired or portable. You will pay a lot more but you will be fully protected. Progressive Industries EMS is what you should look at first.


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Had problem with my Progressive unit, notified them and they were all over themselves getting me a replacement. They make a great product and stand behind it. Kinda unusual nowadays..........


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Consider a Hughes Autoformer. It will fix low voltage in a lot of cases, and offers the same level of surge protection and the other features.


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