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Complete electrical protection for your RV! Automatically shuts off the power when detecting incorrectly wired pedestal, power surges, low (<102V) and high (>132V) voltage, reverse polarity, and dangerous current on ground wire. Automatically resets on power restoration. Features caution indicator light to indicate cause of power stoppage. 2 minute 16 second reset delay protects AC compressor. Offers 1750 joules of surge protection. UL Listed.
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110 Volt AC Info
   Don't wait for the next storm to bring you that surge which is so damaging. Call us now and schedule a protection appointment to evaluate your electrical system and offer solutions to protect your RV. Together 
we will decide which option is best for your needs.

Volts (push)
  Also known as the power, the force, or the pressure most RV's have 110 Volt A/C (alternating current) as their source.
Amperage (flow)
  Like water thtough a hose amps is the flow of or current through a circuit. Increased amperaged is the most likely cause of blown breakers
Ohms (resistance)
  Also known as the load this is the working end of the circuit, (the toaster or air conditioner) High resistance can also come from poor connections.
  • Air Conditioner (ea).........15-17 amps
  • Refrigerator ...................... 5.7 amps
  • Electric Water Heater ....... 12.5 amps
  • Microwave Oven .............. 12.8 amps
  • Electric Coffee Pot ................ 9 amps
  • Toaster ............................. 10 amps
  • Hair Dryer .....................10-12 amps
  • TV ..................................... 2 amps
  • Dirt Devil Hand Vacuum ....... 2 amps
  • Electric Fry Pan ................. 10 amps
  • Iron ................................. 10 amps
  • Food Processor ................... 6 amps
  • Crock Pot .........................1.5 amps
  • Heating Pad .....................5.0 amps
  • 1,100 Watt Heater .............10 amps
  • Laptop computer ..............2-3 amps.
BEFORE YOU BLOW YOUR BREAKER!
   Take a minute and see how many amps you could be using in your RV’s 30 or 50 AMP electrical system. It is surprising how fast the AMPs add up causing your breaker, or the park’s breaker to “trip”. Knowing the AMPs of your electrical appliances can help you manage usage and prevent the inconvenience of resetting breakers. Here's a list of typical electrical appliances and the average AMPs required to operate each:
Note:  Most electrical products show how many watts or amps it takes to operate them. If it shows you in watts, you can determine the amount of amps if you divide by 120 volts. To get the watts, multiply amps by 120 volts. This information is especially noteworthy when choosing invertors and generators. Those components are longer lived when they are used at 80% of their capacity rather than at full rated load.
   Knowing your 110 Volt system is helpful. Though some items are powered by 110 VAC they may be controlled by 12 volt switches. Knowing your coach is key to preventing a shocking experience. Come see our team of certified and experienced technicians when concerns arise.
     Know Watt's Watt so you don't get your amps in trouble.

Total electrical protection from faulty park power for your RV. Easy to read, two-line plain English backlit LCD remote displayindicates the of source voltage, load current, or diagnostics. Protects from multi-mode surge suppression (fuse protected), low (<102V) and high (>132V) voltage, incorrectly wired pedestal and open neutral conditions. Offers 3350 joules of surge protection. UL Listed.
A reliable way to monitor and regulate your RV voltage! Surge Guard Voltage Regulator automatically detects high and low line voltage. Voltage regulator boosts voltage to an acceptable level during times of low power, preventing low voltage damage to your RV appliances and electronic devices.
Perfect for pop-ups and travel trailers! Automatically shuts off the power when power surges and ground faults are present. Features high voltage protection only. Automatically resets following a power outage. Requires manual reset after a ground fault. Weather resistant, 10/3AWG cord. Offers 510 joules of surge protection.
Automatically shuts off power when excessive voltage, Low (<102V) and High (>132V), or open neutral is present. Automatic reset on power restoration. LCD display continuously monitors and displays voltge and amp draw on all legs (30A - One Leg / 50A Legs One and Two). LCD display will also show faults (when occurred) for open neutral, miswired pedestal, reverse polarity and elevated ground voltage. 2 min. 15 sec. reset delay protects A/C compressor. Convenient plug handles. Weather resistant. Available in 30 or 50 AMP.
Protection against damage from over-voltages and power surges! Portable, multi-mode surge protectors provide built-in polarity tester and surge status indicators. Lifetime Warranty.
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