AC Voltage Meter

Catalog Item # 69127

Plugs into any 120-volt receptacle for continuous monitoring.

Easy-to-read meter indicates low or inconsistent voltage which causes damage to voltage-sensitive equipment like computers and air conditioners. Green means safe; red means accessories should be turned off to prevent damage.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
2 3/8"H x 2 3/8"W x 1 3/8"D

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 5 reviews (5 Based on 5 Reviews)

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by James F. Triplett – June 03, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Simple and effective.

Just as it says

by Marshall – May 22, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Does exactly what it says it will do. No more no less. For the price a good buy.

It works

by Anonymous – October 02, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Used it to make sure my rooftop A/C unit had the sufficient voltage so it would not ruin the unit. Plugged it in at the city pow

plug in volt meter

by Robert Decker – June 02, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

takes the guess work out of your power at parks does just what it said it would do.

AC Volt Meter

by Carroll W – April 23, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Use this for constant check of park voltage, just plug in and check as needed. Reassuring to know exactly what the voltage is at

by Ed – January 14, 2019
The technical specifications are not very detailed. How accurate/precise is this voltmeter? Does it require any periodic calibration or checks to ensure accuracy?
Accuracy of this Voltage Meter is +/-2% and does not have to be calibrated regularly.
by Camping World – January 16, 2019
If the voltage meter is in the red sections when plugged in, then the power source is either over voltage or under voltage depends on which way the needle leans. In a campground, under voltage typically occurs because campers are drawing power simultaneously impacting the electrical grid, not much can be done to combat this unless the campground upgrades their electrical system for a permanent fix. If under/over voltage is persistent but not in the form of random high and lows, then there is likely to be something wrong with the power pedestal and may want to speak the office for the campground to check if the pedestal has been wired improperly or is damaged. RV specific surge guards and voltage regulators/booster are available on the market to protect your RV, while an investment it is lower in cost in the long run compared to replacement/repair appliances or even catastrophic damage to an RV.
by Camping World – October 12, 2015
This meter is voltage based as opposed to amperage. You can plug this in to the 120V 15amp outlet on a power pedestal which is just like a wall outlet at home. Or in one of your 120VAC outlets inside your RV to check the voltage rating. It is not uncommon for shared power at a campground to have voltage drops or spikes, thus this product monitors current voltage rating to provide a realtime indicator to turn off appliances to help protect them.
by Camping World – September 18, 2015

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