Progressive Industries EMS-PT50X Portable RV Surge Protector – 50 Amp

March 31, 2018 - Comment
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Electrical management system (EMS) helps to protect your RV against voltage fluctuations, power surges and incorrectly wired Shore power which can cause sever and costly damage to RV appliances and electronics. Improved design features include: state-of-the-art microprocessors, All weather shield assembly, rugged pull handle, secure locking bracket, built-in scrolling digital display and a tough lean housing. Sleek, compact portable design makes unit easy to use and store. Plug-and-play application. Designed for recreational vehicle use only.

Product Features

  • Surge Protection: 5-Mode / 3,580J / 88,000A
  • Ratings: 50A / 120V/240V / 12,000W
  • Operating Temperatures: -40C to +105C
  • All Weather Shield Assembly
  • Made in the USA

Comments

S Dewan says:

Smart Buy I just replaced my junction box with it. Protects surges from shore or my 50amp generator without issue.I thought I might have issues with it protecting from the generator due to a couple of reviews on here, but I was more worried about surges from shore stations than my generator.Anyway it works fine with my generator and detailed instructions for use with a generator or external source or both is included.I did not put the wired remote in the interior – I…

Della M. says:

Glad We Bought It It is about a 1.5 hour job to install. Not for the faint of heart, inexperienced, or to be done in summer. But the peace of mind I have knowing my RV is protected is well worth the money and my husband’s time. Plus it’s kinda cool to know how much juice your appliances are pulling.

Gregory Kettering says:

Good product but buyer beware!! I really think this is a 5 star product and I was ready to give it 5 stars and explanation follows. Received the product timely and all parts were present. Installation is very easy if you follow the included instructions and photos. The most important part is making sure the terminal block screws are screwed down tightly on the stripped wires. The stripped wire end will typically be multistrand copper wires and after stripping the wire ends, insert into the terminal block and tightly screw…

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