|Item Weight||0.48 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||22.3 x 3.9 x 3.7 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||44260|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44260|
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Surge Guard 44260 Entry Level Portable Surge Protector - 30 Amp
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- Identifies faulty park power plus offers 2100 Joules of surge protection
- Analyzes circuits to verify pedestal power
- Indicators illuminate to show power status
- Tests for and indicated open ground, open neutral and correct polarity
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Beware of the pedestal! Inconsistent power at RV campsites can cause significant damage to your expensive electronic components. Check out the quality of shoreline power with the Surge Guard Surge Protectors, minimizing potential conditions that can damage equipment.
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But after a little more understanding of how a camper works, and what can happen, I realized that this will only do 2 things, analyze the polarity and protect against surges. What it does not do is protect against low voltage, and to be fair, it doesn't state that it does (which is why I didn't knock a star from it). Besides this, after reading different reviews around the web, I noticed that many folks stated that units such as this (not only this brand) are really only good for one good power surge, which would fry the unit and then need to be replaced. On top of this, these portable surge protector seem to have a reputation for coming up missing at campgrounds. Some units feature a metal tab to allow users to use a lock and chain to at least chain the surge protector to the pedestal and at least deter a thief fro taking them, but this one does not...
So, after realizing what I actually bought, and what I actually wanted, I decided this unit wasn't for me, despite that it does do everything it stated that it should do. I have since replaced this unit with an actual EMS unit that is hardwired inside my camper. None of these things are exactly inexpensive, so I wish I had known more exactly what I needed before buying both units... For now though I will add this Surge Guard to my electric box that I keep in my camper and have it as back up should I ever need it.
Bottom line, if all you want is a surge protector, this one seems to be a good one. If you don't know what you want/need, figure it out before being any of them and buy the right one the first time... it's cheaper that way than buying them all!