Updated February 11, 2019

The 7 Best 30 Amp Surge Protectors

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in October of 2018. When you invest in a dependable surge protector for your motor home, it can save you a bundle when problems with a campground’s power base threaten to destroy your air conditioning unit, appliances, and electronics. You’ll have peace of mind knowing all these valuables will remain safe and intact with one of these 30-amp models. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best 30 amp surge protector on Amazon.

7. Camco 55301

6. Surge Guard 44260

5. Surge Guard 35530

4. Progressive Industries SSP-30XL

3. Progressive Industries EMS-PT30X

2. Surge Guard 34830

1. Progressive Industries HW30C

Editor's Notes

February 06, 2019:

Budget-friendly, entry-level surge protectors essentially have one job – to cut the power to your RV in the event of a spike that could damage or destroy your appliances, electronics, or A/C compressor. For a higher price, you can acquire a more comprehensive Electric Management System (models listed here include the Surge Guard 34830 and Progressive Industries HW30C and EMS-PT30X) which will also protect you from additional problems with a campground’s power base, like reverse polarity and open and neutral ground. In addition, both types of systems also come in hard-wired options that are installed in the bay of your coach as well as portable ones which do the job from outside. Our list covers all of these types of models, so you can choose based on your budget and needs.

Last updated on February 11, 2019 by multiple members of the ezvid wiki editorial staff

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