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Old 09-07-2015, 06:43 PM   #1
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Surge Protection

In process of searching for a surge protector. Have sorta decided on Progressive EMS. However, in looking at their website www.progressiveindustries, we want to know what we need. There is an EMS-HW30C for $299.00, and an EMS-LCHW30 for $258.00. We need for 30amp. It is a TT. We want hardwired & I understand what the HW is, but what's the difference of 30C & 30, and what does the LC mean? Thank you

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Old 09-07-2015, 06:54 PM   #2
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I understand what the HW is, but what's the difference of 30C & 30, and what does the LC mean? Thank you

As per the FAQ's:

Q: Is there a difference in protection between the different EMS models?
A: No. All EMS's offer the same protection.

Q: Can I add a second remote display to the wired in models?
A: Yes, but only to the EMS-HW30C and EMS-HW50C models. An additional remote cannot be added to the LC-HW30 and LC-HW50 models.

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