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Old 09-28-2015, 03:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bes View Post
Hey guys; Very new to the idea of plugging our coach in. We have dry camped with our TT and our FR3......that being said what is the difference/what do I need not to fry our systems by plugging into unknown current in the campground? I have no problem spending the money for the EMS if it is something we really need. It seems Progressive Industries is the favorite on the board? When I plug in at home (120v) will either of these units be useful--or even needed. THANKS Barry
Don't ignore a slightly more expensive option. An Autotransformer will provide all the benefits of a Progressive type unit with the added benefit of boosting low (that would cause a shutdown) voltage at the campground and making it safe for you to use.

It has saved more than one camping trip for us by allowing us to safely run our air conditioner when others were shutting down due to overheated compressors.

I personally like these: Voltage Booster


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