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Old 09-17-2012, 10:16 AM   #29
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PI 30 amp hardwired. has already shut off power due to high and low voltage. worth every penny.
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Old 09-17-2012, 01:22 PM   #31
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Hi is anyone would have a link to the PROGRESSIVE surge guard?
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Old 09-17-2012, 01:58 PM   #32
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Thanks for all the reviews, think I might go with the Progressive EMS portable unit for 50amp.
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Hey Elang just google progressive surge protector. Should give you there site.
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Old 09-17-2012, 02:01 PM   #34
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Hi is anyone would have a link to the PROGRESSIVE surge guard?
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Here is there website http://www.progressiveindustries.net/
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Old 09-17-2012, 02:07 PM   #35
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Thanks for all the reviews, think I might go with the Progressive EMS portable unit for 50amp.
Check several RV suppliers. You might find a good deal like it did on the 50amp Progressive EMS portable. One is www.rvupgrades.com and Camping World
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Anyone have the Progressive 50amp hardwired unit with the remote display??? If so, where did you mount the remote display???? Inside the RV or in the power compartment???? Having my unit installed Wednesday and need to decide where to put the display.... Thanks....
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I had that arrangement.

The connecting cable was only long enough to reach the bedroom or bathroom. I had an open bath, so I placed the remote over the toilet which was not visible from the bedroom, but easily seen from the "hallway".

Previous posters advised not placing the display in the bedroom as the flashing display was quite bright.

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Anyone have the Progressive 50amp hardwired unit with the remote display??? If so, where did you mount the remote display???? Inside the RV or in the power compartment???? Having my unit installed Wednesday and need to decide where to put the display.... Thanks....
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I have the Progressive hard wired unit in my cargo bay. Had the remote display installed next to the unit, so I could monitor it at the time I plug into the pedestal power. Had an additional remote installed inside the coach where my computer is so I can monitor the electricity anytime I want. A progressive dealer will have this kit. I installed the kit myself. Very easy to do. The inside monitor hooks up to a phone jack. The out side monitor hooks up to an outside phone jack. No long wires etc. to run thru walls, rooftops, etc.
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I have the Surge Guard and I am happy. It was expensive but cheaper then replacing electronics in my MH. I would not plug into an unknown electrical source without a surge protector.
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I have the SurgeGuard and it saved me on my first trip.
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I just sent my Progressive in for repair after 2 years for a led out on the front. Great folks, said they would turn it around and check all in 2 days. That is service!!
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