Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 30 Amp
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Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 30 Amp

Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 30 Amp is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Item No. 102449
$345.97 $449.99
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The expected in-stock date is Tue May 28 2019.

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3600 watt. 2400 joules surge protection.

Park voltage drops as more RVs are plugged in and demand for power increases, causing appliances and electronics to draw more amps and create more heat due to inadequate voltage. Overheating results in shortened appliance life. Patented Hughes Autoformer constantly boosts power 2%. When shore power drops below 113 volts, it boosts power 10% to keep appliances operating at the correct voltage.

Prevents low voltage circuit breaker pops. Keeps appliance motors from slowly burning out. Increases air conditioner air flow. Brightens lights. Prevents blackouts and brownouts. Easy to see indicator lights. Mfr. 2 year guarantee. Engineered and made in USA.

Meters sold separately.
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  • Monitors and analyzes shore power
  • Monitors for open neutral and ground
  • Tells you when it’s boosting power
  • Provides surge and spike protection
  • Tells you when to replace surge protection unit
  • Amperage 30 A
    Unit Weight 21.00 lb
    Brand Hughes Autoformers
    MFG Part No. RV2130-SP
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Peace of Mind Purchased my unit the day I purchased my new travel trailer. I use it at every location and sleep better knowing my investment is being protected from any poorly maintained electrical park system. On several occasions the power boost light has activated. On one occasion it detected a defective shore power box that was immediately reported and quickly repaired by the park staff. Why gamble frying your RV for so little cost? At least invest in some form of protection.
    Date published: 2019-04-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from happy After being a cheapskate and waiting until low power destroyed my roof top air conditioner, we purchased one and it has been with us all summer. No worries how when I see the incoming voltage below 109 volts Would buy another if this one dies
    Date published: 2017-10-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nothing else compares, best bang for buck! Can’t beat this for the price! Love the replaceable surge module, 2 yr warranty, the install kit option to keep unit inside your storage compartment out of elements and from being stolen. Best option out there don’t bother shopping around to find a better deal! And camping world has best price, do a online price match inside the store!
    Date published: 2019-05-06
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    Does this include a plug in meter like the old one did?

    What all comes with this nit? plug-in voltmeter? Locking system?
    Asked by: Jimvin49
    A digital AC voltage meter and cable lock is included with the autoformer.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    I have a 50amp rig, and plug into 30amp sites alot, how will this help and which one should I buy

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Per the manufacturer: "If your RV has a 4-wire power cord, you should use a 50-amp Autoformer. If your RV has a 3-wire power cord, use a 30-amp Autoformer. Always use the highest amperage power source available. You can convert to a lower amperage outlet by using appropriate adaptors, for example: a 50-amp Autoformer can run on a 30 or 20-amp power source. Of course, you will be restricted to that lower amperage, but the Autoformer will boost the voltage when necessary. Be careful not to overload the lower amperage power box."
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Is this model RV2130 or the new RV2130SP model?

    Reference Catalog Item # 102449, Is this model RV2130 or the newer RV2130SP model?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    This unit is the RV2130SP.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    This weighs 21 lbs. Does it plug into the campground pedestal? And then sit on the ground? Does the RV then plug into the surge adapter?

    Asked by: bubbalips

    Can you use this to plug into your house outlet

    Asked by: beth15

    What is the NEMA rating is it for outdoor use?

    Asked by: Rodney
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