Portable Surge Guard Protectors, 30 amp

Catalog Item # 73993

Perfect for pop-ups and travel trailers.

Identifies faulty park power plus offers surge protection. Also analyzes circuits to verify pedestal power. Indicators illuminate to show power status. Tests for and indicates: open ground, open neutral and correct polarity. Easy-T-Pull handles makes unplugging from the power post easier and safer. Weather resistant.

Technical Specifications

2.8 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 23 reviews (3 Based on 23 Reviews)

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  • Easy installation (8)
  • As expected (6)
  • Peace of mind (5)
  • Great Customer Service (1)
  • Handle to pull plug straight out (1)
  • Did not last long before failing (5)
  • Melted internally (3)
  • Lights are hard to see in day light (2)
  • Lights Are Very Dim In Bright Sunlight (1)
  • Must Be Replaced After Tripping From Power Surge (1)

Still working after 1 year

by Roger Smith – January 07, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

We used this all last year (2014) and traveled many, many miles. We have always used a surge protector and purchased this one as i

Surge guard

by Roy and Darlene Bailey – April 21, 2016
1 out of 5 stars

This is the second one after having 1st replaced from defecting. It melts your power cord from camper which cost you even more to

Surge Protector

by Mark Rowen – July 13, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

We had an older version and it saved our travel trailer from a power surge at the campground, so we are buying another one to repl

worth the money

by joseph del guercio – August 10, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I would not camp without a surge protector. The last one we had saved our camper from possible damage on two occasions. If I w

I wasted my money on this apparently

by Raymond Roe – June 11, 2015
1 out of 5 stars

Saw lightening strike in park, my TV and Direct TV receiver shut off. The TV and everything in trailer came back on but the Direct

heard we had a power surge last pm. No longer lights up. Is the protector ruined?
Either there is no power coming through the receptacle or your surge guard is damaged. A multimeter can be used to check for power at the receptacle. You could also try plugging in the Surge Guard in a known working power receptacle to narrow down if the Surge Guard is damaged or not. You can contact TRC's Technical Support @ 800.780.4324 x 20311 (M-F, 8:00-5:00 EST) for further assistance or warranty returns.
by Camping World – June 02, 2016
by HappyCamper – May 09, 2016
Does this unit include a manual reset button or automatically restore power once the power surge or power interruption has passed?
This product does not disconnect power to the RV in the event of a fault or surge, so there is no automatic restoring of power or a reset button.
by Camping World – May 09, 2016
by Anonymous – March 09, 2016
This unit offers 2100 joules of surge protection.
by Camping World – March 31, 2016

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