Replacing RV surge suppressor in RV power system
RV surge suppressors sometimes go out and can cause RV items not to work. Replacing the suppressor will often solve the problem. As times have changed, so have the features in RV surge protectors:
- Amp rating of surge protector
- Bluetooth monitoring
The amp rating is usually written on the old suppressor. Another way to tell what amperage is from the type of plug on the unit. They typically are 15-amp, 30-amp, and 50-amp suppressors. There are specialty ones as well.
Please ensure you read the product description carefully. There may be instances where the amperage on the surge supressor is miscategorized. It’s essential to verify to avoid potential issues. Always double-check for accuracy before purchase. Your safety and satisfaction are our top priority.