|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||34730-001-LCD|
|Manufacturer Part Number||34730-001-LCD|
Technology Research 34730 Surge Guard, 30 Amp
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- Protects RV from faulty park power
- 9100 Series Inteli-Power converters provide safe, reliable, filtered DC power to all 120-volt lighting and appliance circuits
- The built-in Total Charge Management System (TCMS) allows for easy addition of the optional Charge Wizard, a microprocessor-controller that constantly monitors the RV battery status and automatically selects one of four charging modes
- Boost Mode - (14.4) to quickly bring the battery to 90 percent of full charge. Normal Mode - (13.6) safely completes the charge
- Storage Mode - (13.2), automatically activates after 30 hours of non-use or Desulfation Mode - (14.4), for 15 minutes every 21 hours to prevent battery stratification and sulfation
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Surge Guard portable model With LCD display. Automatically shuts off the power when excessive voltage, Low -102V and High +132V, or open neutral is present. Automatic reset on power restoration. LCD display will continuously monitor and display (in English) voltage and amp draw on all legs (30 Amp one leg and 50 Amp legs one & two). LCD display will also show faults (when occurred) for reverse polarity (mis-wired pedestal, elevated ground voltage). 128 second reset delay protects AC compressor. Convenient plug handles. Weather resistant antenna. 120/240V, 50 Amp, 5 inch width x 26 inch length x 4 inch depth; 6/4 AWG Cord, 3850 Joules (Not for sale in Canada).
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**UPDATE: Contacted Tweety's. They said it was no longer their problem, to call TRC. We called TRC, and they immediately sent us a brand-new, newer model after we paid to mail them the defective device. We have not had a chance to use the new one, but we are very impressed with the responsiveness of TRC and their willingness to stand behind their warranty.
Last year we were in an Oklahoma state park campground for the summer, and a few of our neighbors had lost their electronic boards due to electrical storms. One guy repaired his rig and didn't bother to buy a surge protector even after I suggested it, and he got hit again and lost the second board.
Its not just for electrical spikes, but also for low voltage which can do more harm sometimes than high voltage. Low voltage can happen with poor connections or just the cycling process in the land based generator.
Protect your RV before you end up having to pay for a repair and then being wise and buying a surge protector. Trust me, I know!
I did not opt for the locking cover for it, as most campground pedestals can be locked closed with a padlock. For those that can't I wrap heavy chain tightly around the cord between the plug and protector.
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Purchased the TRC surge guard a couple of years back. It worked ok for a few short trips.Read more