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Old 06-17-2015, 06:57 PM   #1
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Digital AC Monitor

An idea to keep an eye on your system AC Voltage.
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The Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C (link here) provides AC input monitoring for over/under voltage, open ground, open neutral, frequency monitoring, plus surge protection. It has a remote display to show instantaneous voltages, amperages, and frequency. It is a permanent, hard wired installation. There is also a portable model, but does not have the remote display for easy monitoring inside the coach.

This model is for a 50Amp shore service. There is a 30Amp as well.

Highly recommended.

Hope this helps.
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EDIT: I purchased one for my previous unit at RVUpGrades.com. Was best price at the time.
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1Pcs New AC 110 300V Blue LCD Digital Voltage Volt Meter US Style Plug Cheap Free Shipping-in Integrated Circuits from Electronic Components & Supplies on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

And one of there:

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...ge-meter/69127
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I leave it plugged into an outlet I can see from driver's seat. The frequency counter is great to monitor genny loads as you can see it slow down when overload happens. It will also sound alarm when voltage drops to 102 volts.
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This is what I use.
Progressive Industries RV Surge and Electrical Protection industry lea

Protects all my stuff and no more worries. Very costly if your ac is incorrect. Ask me how I know !
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Highly recommended.
I also highly recommend the Progressive Industries HW-50C. It offers great protection from a number of electrical issues, and is fully automatic. It not only displays power and current on both of the 50 amp hot leads, but unlike a simple plug-in meter, it keeps an eye on things even when you're not watching the meter. (And remember, if you have a 50 amp coach, you have two hot leads, so you would really need two meters, one on each leg. This is not an issue with the Progressive unit.)

Yes, it's quite expensive, but it can save you from some really damaging (and expensive) electrical problems.
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