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Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X 30 Amp EMS with Surge Protection, 18"L
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Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X 30 Amp EMS with Surge Protection, 18"L is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 52.
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Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X 30 Amp EMS with Surge Protection, 18"L
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Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X 30 Amp EMS with Surge Protection, 18"L

Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X 30 Amp EMS with Surge Protection, 18"L is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 52.
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Item No. 102484
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Electrical Management Systems (EMS) protect your RV against voltage fluctuations, power surges and incorrectly wired pedestals which can damage RV appliances and electronics.

Improved design features state-of-the-art microprocessors, All Weather Shield Assembly, rugged pull handle, secure locking bracket, built-in scrolling digital display and a tough Lexan housing.

Features:
• Previous Error Code (PE)
• A/C Frequency Protection
• Time Delay (136 seconds)
• Rugged Pull Handle
• Built-in Scrolling Digital Display
• Weather Resistant
• Designed for Outdoor Use
• Lifetime Warranty (excludes All Weather Shield Assembly).
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  • Over/Under Voltage Protection
  • Open Ground, Open Neutral & Reverse Polarity Protection
  • Accidental 240V Protection
  • Surge Failure Indicator
  • Current Indication
Amperage 30.00 A
Unit Weight 5.00 lb
Brand Progressive Industries
MFG Part No. EMS-PT30X
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Lost my AC compressor with my other unit. Same brand but did not have readings to tell me I was pulling to many amps. With this unit I can see how many amps each appliance is pulling and control use. I loss my AC because of low voltage. I work away from home and stay in my trailer during the week, while I was home over Memorial weekend the unit shut down due to low voltage and when the voltage came back into range it reset and when I got back I notice the microwave clock was off when I checked my unit it had the pe4 code telling me that we had low voltage over the weekend. Great peace of mind.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Progressive Industries EMS 30?anp system This product worked as advertised. I bought the older version in 2016. Recently the male plug developed a crack between the 2 lower connections and the unit had some difficulty functioning. I contacted Progresive Industries and filed a warranty claim . Sent the the pictures and the claim was approved the same day for a new one . You don’t have to return the damaged one. This is a good product with a company that backs it up with what they advertised as a lifetime warranty. Not always the case with products in the RV world.
Date published: 2018-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not very robust! Bought this product in October 2018. Plugged into our home 30-amp feed to keep our camper docked to the house for the winter. Ran a small ceramic heater in the camper to keep things temperate inside. All went well until...March 2019. Turned off the breaker and disconnected this WORKING device to take the camper out for the first trip of the season. At the park the unit failed to turn on at all when energized. Waited the recommended time interval with no results. Set the protector aside and plugged the coach directly into park power, works without the unit. So nothing wrong with the park's electric service. Back home I plugged the unit into the home port. Error codes says needs service. Called Camping World help-line and spoke to Mitchell. He said hmm...no service plan. I'll talk to my supervisor and call you back. Still waiting for that call. I have spent 40+ years in the utility industry in Electric System Protection. Kind of a subject matter expert. If this product is indicative of the quality of the line, don't buy it. Product didn't last 6 months, and it didn't fail while protecting for a surge. As for Camping World's response...still waiting guys.
Date published: 2019-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EMS-PT30 electrical load protection. Seems to function as advertised. Used at maximum amps with air conditioner functioning and hot water calling for heat. Amperage readout continued to 30 and showed voltage.
Date published: 2019-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surge Protection This surge protector is great for protecting your RV electrical systems When we are camping I can rest at ease knowing that my RV is protected if anything should happen.
Date published: 2019-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RV park power can be a problem I bought the surge protector and voltage monitor after the 120v lights in my RV at a large, very well equipped Mesa RV park started to dim and fade in/out, after 2 weeks on this RV site. This mainly seemed to happen in the evenings between 6 and 9 pm, in early February, when the park had completely filled up for the high season (the highest power demand period of the day/year?) I was very concerned that my frig and other electrical appliances might die because of the apparent power fluctuations (the microwave would slow down, frig cooling seemed a bit inconsistent, ceiling fan slowed down, etc). While waiting for the protector to arrive by mail I was fortunate to have park staff come by to check the wiring in the power pedestal out. They found a) no grounds in any of the 110/15A, 30A, and 50A outlets (standard for the original-equipment pedestals in this 40-year old part of the park, and b) a 'tired' 30A circuit breaker which I asked to be replaced (staff have to account for every replaced piece of equipment). After the repairs, the power fade-in/outs stopped completely. The inexpensive outlet voltage monitor showed consistent 119-124 v power flow... The electrician advised that my 'large' RV was likely 'pushing the power limits of the 30A outlet' and maybe I should 'get an adaptor to plug into the 50A outlet', but I have never had any such problems at other RV parks or on my house 30A circuit (my RV is 31' mid-sized 5th wheel with a single a/c unit, one 20,000w furnace, stdd 8' ft3 frig, small microwave, etc. I recently installed a 1.8 ft3 frig in 'the basement'. I am completely aware that a second a/c unit would require 50A circuit (to run both at he same time), this plus a 2nd (electric) 'fireplace' would require 70A service. Thank god our appliances survived the 'test'. If I'd had these protective devices when the fluctuations were occurring it wouldn't have been so nerve wracking to watch happening. The auto-shutdown feature would have defined the problems (bad wiring/breakers, voltage fluctuations outside limits?, etc) when I plugged in, or when fluctuations occurred, and would have safely shut off power to protect my RV appliances. This experience shows that sometimes you can't tell 'from the general appearance of RV park facilities', what the quality of all of their facilities is'.
Date published: 2020-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spend the extra $ to protect your investment. Best EMS surge protector you can get. Easy to use, safe, and I trust it as an electrician.
Date published: 2020-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Confidence Used this on my 1st ever trip with my new RV and had no problems. It gave me confidence that my investment was protected.
Date published: 2020-10-14
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If I buy a 30 Amp (part # EMS-PT30X) can I plug it into a 50 amp service? The reason I ask a campground I go to, their 30 amp is very low output. The 50 amp does well, but I want some protection for my 30 amp unit.

Asked by: HenryvilleCamper
Yes, you can use an adapter to connect to a 50amp outlet and still maintain full electrical and surge protection.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-05-18

Why doesn't Camping World list in the Specs tab for all Surge Protectors the devices rated JOULES! The surge protection of a device is based on the rated JOULES I bought a Southwire 30 amp model 34931 which was the most expensive and listed the rated Joul

Asked by: Steve
Surge Protection: 3-mode / 1,790J / 44,000A Ratings: 30A / 120V / 3,600W Operating Temperatures: -40C to +105C
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2020-08-03

What brand is it?

Asked by: Anonymous
This product is made by Progressive Industries.
Answered by: cw_staff
Date published: 2020-07-26

If a voltage incident occurs, does the unit shut down the power permanently or just while the low voltage / spike event occurs?

Note: We leave our dog in our rv - don't want him without power for any length of time when hot out, etc...
Asked by: Anonymous
If the AC power is interrupted, or the EMS detects a fault condition, the built-in time delay of 136-seconds (02:16) is activated, once complete power will restore.
Answered by: cw_staff
Date published: 2020-07-14

How can you secure this so no one can take it?

Asked by: Anonymous
There is a metal tab on the pigtail of the surge protector. A cable lock can be fed through the hole in this tab so it can be secured from theft.
Answered by: cw_staff
Date published: 2019-03-08

Does this unit (or any other product) actually correct an incorrectly wired pedestal, with reverse polarity? I have a different surge protector which indicates reverse polarity. I would think there would be some kind of switch to correct reverse polarity.

Asked by: sandy

Ii there is a surge does the unit reset, or do you have to replace the unit or part of it like the the cheaper models? I bought the southwire portable surge protector and I had to send it back because it was burned out after a surge and had to be replaced

Asked by: Jerry
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