Progressive Industries Portable RV Surge Protector

What is the best surge protector for RV?

The best RV surge protector is the Progressive Industries Smart Surge Protector, which is available in a range of sizes and 30 amp or 50 amp variations.

Is surge protection worth it?

Yes it really is worth investing a little on surge protector, as they do get the job done. Gives you another layer of protection to your PC apart from you quality PSUs and UPSs with surge protection ports.

Is a surge protector really necessary?

Whole house surge protection is required to protect electrical home appliances, from power surges that could damage their electronic components. It is becoming extremely necessary to install whole house surge protectors, owing to the increasing addition of electrical appliances to homes and the very high cost of replacement and repair.

What is surge protection?

Surge protector. A surge protector (or spike suppressor, or surge suppressor, or surge diverter) is an appliance or device designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes.


The EMS-PT30X surge protector is tough and capable of protecting your RV against fluctuating voltage, power surges, and incorrect wiring in almost any condition.

The device’s durable housing allows it to function in an impressive array of temperatures from -40 to 221-degrees Fahrenheit. This, along with its waterproof design, allow the guard to function come rain, shine, snow, hail and sleet. A security locking bracket also helps to hold it in place on the power source, while its tough Lexan plastic shell protect its inner workings from knocks and bumps. The guard also features a sturdy pull handle, which makes maneuvering it hassle free.

As well as offering protection from surges, the guard brings any electrical issues to your attention as soon as it’s plugged into a power source. The easy-to-read digital display will let you know if there’s a problem with wiring or grounding. The versatile guard is available for both 30 and 50 Amp RV plugs.


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