Progressive 50 AMP Portable Protector
Since obtaining our 2011 Georgetown 360F back in September I've been able to increase my knowledge about class A rigs extensively while reading various articles contained within this wonderful Forum, but nowhere have I read any posts that deal with a particular issue dealing with Progressive 50 AMP EMS protectors. I'm considering purchasing the portable one that receives the male plug on the end of my shoreline if I can determine that it will resolve my problems.
I've had a 50 AMP plug in installed on the outside rear wall of my home, however our rig is parked 80/90 feet away (due to the lay of the land). My question is, if I purchase the portable 50 AMP surge protector from Progressive and plug it into the outlet on my home, then plug a 50 AMP to 30 AMP adapter into the surge protector, and proceed to further connect 2 (two) 30 ft 30 AMP RV extension cords plus another 30 AMP to 50 AMP adapter, then plugging in my 50 AMP shoreline plug from my rig, all this said and done - will the Progressive EMS product protect our rig and its electrical contents as advertised by Progressive? Sure could use some advice.