Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 50 Amp
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Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 50 Amp

Hughes RV Autoformer Voltage Boosters & Surge Protector, 50 Amp is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Item No. 102450
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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
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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 50 A
    Unit Weight 35.00 lb
    Brand Hughes Autoformers
    MFG Part No. RV220-50-SP
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent When a heat wave kicked in over the weekend the park power dropped to 102v on one leg and 105v on the second which obviously isn't good for anything electric. Added this autoformer and all is well in the electrical world again. 107 degrees outside, power never went below 110v. Neighbors were having AC units cycling and doing who knows what kind of long term damage. Should have bought one 10 years ago. Expensive but so are damage repair and replacement and insurance. I consider this insurance that I get an immediate tangible benefit from.
    Date published: 2017-07-09
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    I have a 50A rated coach, if I am at a park with 30A, can I still use this model with the 30A to 50A adapter plug?

    Asked by: Barry
    Yes, this 50amp autoformer can run on a 30 or 20 amp power source with an adapter.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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