VIP Enterprises of North west Florida Inc.

EMS-Electric Management System RV Electrical Protector RV Electrical Management System

  About EMS
Why do I need EMS?
How does the EMS work?
EMS Models

RV Smart Surge Protection with Total Electrical Protection
LCHW 50C
LCHW 30C

HW 5OC
HW 3OC
PT 5OC
PT 3OC
RDK

Electric Protection Comparison Chart

RV Electrical Smart Surge Protector Models
SSP 50
SSP 30

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EMS: Electric Management System

EMS: Electric Management System protects your RV from improper electrical power...over/under voltage...reverse polarity...open ground...high low frequency...and has digital readout of error codes, voltage, frequency and amperage being used...saves your electrical and electronics.

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Why do I need EMS? Recreation vehicles today have multiple electronic circuit boards controlling various systems within the rig. These sensitive electronic systems are vulnerable to power surges and voltage fluctuations common in today's campgrounds, primarily caused by the high demand for power. It is our experience that many campgrounds, fairgrounds and park pedestals are incorrectly wired. The EMS protects against these problems and reduces risk of damage to the RV's electronic systems.

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How does the EMS work? By monitoring the source power, and when an electrical problem is present, the EMS reacts almost instantly. By (1) shutting down the power to the rig. Or (2) by absorbing the excess energy from a power surge.

Thanks to the built in, state of the art microprocessor, the EMS is without question the most sophisticated and comprehensive electrical protection system available today. If software is revised, EMS owners can upgrade processors at NO charge, keeping them on the cutting edge of electrical protection. No other device comes close to the features, value and durability of the EMS.

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Available in Six Models

LCHW-30C: 30 Amp Hard Wire Model with Integrated Digital Display (hard wired to your wiring before power is used)
LCHW-50C: 50 Amp Hard Wire Model with Integrated Digital Display (hard wired to your wiring before power is used)
 
HW-30C: 30 Amp Hard Wire Model with Remote Digital Display (hard wired to your wiring before power is used)
HW-50C: 50 Amp Hard Wire Model with Remote Digital Display (hard wired to your wiring before power is used)

PT-30C: 30 Amp Portable Model with Built In Digital Display (plugs into power pedestal and you plug into it)
PT-50C: 50 Amp Portable Model with Built In Digital Display (plugs into power pedestal and you plug into it)

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LCHW 5OC
Smart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

Download the LCHW 50C Manual:

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Features:

High/Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the AC power source raises above 104 volts or below the 132 volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.

Time Delay for Air Conditioner Compressor: Whenever power is interrupted by the source or the EMS due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated.  There are two settings on the EMS. One is 136 seconds, and the other is 15 seconds. Consult your air conditioner manual to see if it has a time delay built into it.  If so use the 15 second delay if not use the 136 second delay.

Five Mode Surge Protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L-N, L-G,L-G, and N-G. Total joule rating is 3650, response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS (L-N, or L-G) the digital display error code will read E-10. This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has reverse polarity the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source has an open neutral the display will not light, and the EMS will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E2.

AC Frequency Protection: If the source power frequency deviates + or - 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut power down and the error code will read E7 or E8.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the EMS will not be hurt. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly. In either case the display will read the HHH for high voltage and E3 will be displayed for the error code.

Integrated Information Display: The display continuously scrolls all of the power source information. E-0 (correct electricity) or E 1-10 (errors explained later) Voltage Line-1, Current L-1 (amps), Voltage Line-2, Current L-2 (amps), Frequency, and Previous Error.  Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds.

Previous Error Code (PE): This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV.  This is only displayed if an error actually occurs. PE is erased from memory when power is disconnected to the EMS.

Bypass: The enclosed blue jumper wire allows the user to bypass the computer circuit in the EMS in the event of computer board failure. This allows source power into the RV. This does not disable the surge protection portion of the EMS.  A Bypass Switch is also available.

Modular Design: Parts are designed for simple plug and play replacement, making repairs extremely user friendly

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer and remote display are driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS. Should this software ever be changed EMS owners can receive a free upgraded processor with return of the old.

Hardwired: Semi permanent - Three Year Warranty - 9½"L x 5"W x 3½"D

            VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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LCHW 3OC
Smart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

Download the LCHW 30C Manual:

View

Features:

High/Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the AC power source raises above 104 volts or below the 132 volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.

Time Delay for Air Conditioner Compressor: Whenever power is interrupted by the source or the EMS due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated.  There are two settings on the EMS. One is 136 seconds, and the other is 15 seconds. Consult your air conditioner manual to see if it has a time delay built into it.  If so use the 15 second delay if not use the 136 second delay.

Three Mode Surge Protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L-G, and N-G. Total joule rating is 1820, response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS (L-N, or L-G) the digital display error code will read E-10. This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has reverse polarity the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source has an open neutral the display will not light, and the EMS will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E2.

AC Frequency Protection: If the source power frequency deviates + or - 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut power down and the error code will read E7 or E8.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the EMS will not be hurt. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly. In either case the display will read the HHH for high voltage and E3 will be displayed for the error code.

Integrated Information Display: The display continuously scrolls all of the power source information. E-0 (correct electricity) or E 1-10 (errors explained later) Voltage, Current (amps), Frequency, and Previous Error. Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds.

Previous Error Code (PE): This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV.  This is only displayed if an error actually occurs. PE is erased from memory when power is disconnected to the EMS.

Bypass: The enclosed blue jumper wire allows the user to bypass the computer circuit in the EMS in the event of computer board failure. This allows source power into the RV. This does not disable the surge protection portion of the EMS.  A Bypass Switch is also available.

Modular Design: Parts are designed for simple plug and play replacement, making repairs extremely user friendly

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer and remote display are driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS. Should this software ever be changed EMS owners can receive a free upgraded processor with return of the old.

Hardwired: Semi permanent - Three Year Warranty - 9½"L x 5"W x 3½"D

            VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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HW 5OC
Smart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

Download the HW 50C Manual:

View

Features:

High/Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the AC power source raises above 104 volts or below the 132 volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.


Time Delay for Air Conditioner Compressor: Whenever power is interrupted by the source or the EMS due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated. There are two settings on the EMS. One is 136 seconds, and the other is 15 seconds. Consult your air conditioner manual to see if it has a time delay built into it. If so use the 15 second delay if not use the 136 second delay.

Five Mode Surge Protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L-N, L-G, L-G, L-L, and N-G. Total joule rating is 3560, response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS (L-N, or L-G) the digital display error code will read E-10. This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has reverse polarity the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source has an open neutral the display will not light, and the EMS will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E2.

AC Frequency Protection: If the source power frequency deviates + or - 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut power down and the error code will read E7 or E8.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the EMS will not be hurt. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly. In either case the display will read the voltage and E3 or E5 will be displayed depending on the error.

Remote Information Display: The display continuously scrolls all of the power source information. E-0 (correct electricity) or E 1-10 (errors explained later) Voltage Line-1, Current L-1 (amps), Voltage Line-2, Current L-2 (amps), Frequency, and Previous Error.  Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds.

Previous Error Code (PE): This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV.  This is only displayed if an error actually occurs. PE is erased from memory when power is disconnected to the EMS.

Bypass Switch: This switch is located on the remote display. Switching to OFF allows the user to bypass the computer circuit in the EMS in the event of computer board failure. This allows source power into the RV. This does not disable the surge protection portion of the EMS.

Modular Design: Parts are designed for simple plug and play replacement, making repairs extremely user friendly.

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer and remote display are driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS. Should this software ever be changed EMS owners can receive a free upgraded processor with return of the old.

Hardwired: Semi permanent - Three Year Warranty - 9½"L x 5"W x 4½"D

         VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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HW 3OC
HW 3OC: Surge Protection with Voltage ProtectionSmart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

Download the HW 30C Manual:

View

Features:

High/Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the AC power source raises above 104 volts or below the 132 volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.

Time Delay for Air Conditioner Compressor: Whenever power is interrupted by the source or the EMS due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated. There are two settings on the EMS. One is 136 seconds, and the other is 15 seconds.  Consult your air conditioner manual to see if it has a time delay built into it. If so use the 15 second delay if not use the 136 second delay.

Three Mode Surge Protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L-G, and N-G.  Total joule rating is 1820, response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS (L-N, or L-G) the digital display error code will read E-10.  This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has reverse polarity the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source has an open neutral the display will not light, and the EMS will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E2.

AC Frequency Protection: If the source power frequency deviates + or - 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut power down and the error code will read E7 or E8.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the EMS will not be hurt. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly.  In either case the display will read the voltage and E3 or E5 will be displayed depending on the error.

Remote Information Display: The display continuously scrolls all of the power source information. E-0 (correct electricity) or E 1-10 (errors explained later) Voltage, Current (amps), Frequency, and Previous Error. Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds.

Previous Error Code (PE): This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV.  This is only displayed if an error actually occurs. PE is erased from memory when power is disconnected to the EMS.

Bypass Switch: This switch is located on the remote display. Switching to OFF allows the user to bypass the computer circuit in the EMS in the event of computer board failure. This allows source power into the RV.  This does not disable the surge protection portion of the EMS.

Modular Design: Parts are designed for simple plug and play replacement, making repairs extremely user friendly.

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer and remote display are driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS. Should this software ever be changed EMS owners can receive a free upgraded processor with return of the old.

Hardwired: Semi permanent - Three Year Warranty - 9½"L x 5"W x 3¼"D

         VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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PT 5OC
Smart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

EMS, Electrical Management SystemDownload the PT 50C Manual:

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Features:

High Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or it rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the source power rises above 104-volts, or falls below the 132-volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.

Time Delay for A/C Compressor: Whenever source power is interrupted (by the source or the EMS), due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated for 136 seconds. This prevents the air conditioners from trying to start up under load. Starting up under load will burn up air conditioners.

Five Mode Surge Protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L- N, L-G, L-G, L-L and N-G. Joule rating is 3640, with a response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS, L-N, or L-G, the digital display error code will read E-l0. This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has a reverse polarity condition, the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source power has an open neutral condition the display will not light, and will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground condition the EMS will read an error code of E2 and will not allow power to the RV.

AC Frequency Protection: If source power frequency deviates +/- 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut down source power, and indicate an E7 or E8 error code on the digital display.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly. The display will read the voltage, and the appropriate error code.

Remote Information Display: Scrolls continuously all of the power source information, voltage, current, frequency, error codes, and previous errors. Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds.

Previous Error Code (PE): This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV. This is only displayed if an error actually occurs and is erased from memory when power is disconnected.

Weather Resistant: Can be exposed to elements but may not be submerged.

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer is driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS.

Built in Lock Bracket: This bracket allows the user to secure the EMS to the power source to help prevent theft.

Portable - One Year Warranty - 5"W x 8½"H (plus 8" cord/total 16½"H) x 4½"D 


         VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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PT 3OC
Smart Surge Protection with Total RV Electrical Protection

RV SurgeRV Surge ProtectionDownload the PT 30C Manual:

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Features:

High/Low Voltage Protection: Whenever source power falls below 104 volts, or it rises above 132 volts the EMS automatically shuts down power to the RV. Once the source power rises above 104-volts, or falls below the 132-volt level the time delay indicator flashes for the preset time and then automatically restores power to the RV.

Time Delay for Air Conditioner Compressor: Whenever source power is interrupted (by the source or the EMS), due to a fault condition, the built in time delay is activated for 136 seconds.  This prevents the air conditioners from trying to start up under load.  Starting up under load will burn up air conditioners.

Three mode surge protection: This feature provides full surge protection L-N, L-G, and N-G. Joule rating is 1780, with a response time of <1 nano second.

Surge Indicator: In the unlikely event a power surge damages the surge protector circuit within the EMS, L-N, or L-G, the digital display error code will read E-l0. This is your indication that the surge part of the EMS needs to be replaced.

Reverse Polarity Protection: If source power has a reverse polarity condition, the EMS will not allow power to the RV and the error code will read E1.

Open Neutral Protection: If the source power has an open neutral condition the display will not light, and will not allow power to the RV.

Open Ground Protection: If source power has an open ground condition the EMS will read an error code of E2 and will not allow power to the RV.

AC Frequency Protection: If source power frequency deviates +/- 9 hertz from 60 cycles per second the EMS will shut down source power, and indicate an E7 or E8 error code on the digital display.

Accidental 220V Protection: If 220 volts is detected when plugging into source power the EMS will not allow power to the RV. If this condition occurs while power is applied to the RV, the EMS shuts off power instantly. The display will read the voltage, and the appropriate error code.

Integrated Information Panel: Scrolls continuously all of the power source information, voltage, current, frequency, error codes, and previous errors. Each reading is displayed for 2 seconds

Previous Error Code: This feature tells the user why the EMS previously interrupted power to the RV. This is only displayed if an error actually occurs and is erased from memory when power is disconnected.

Weather Resistant: Can be exposed to elements but may not be submerged.

Microprocessor Controlled: The computer is driven by state of the art microprocessors that are programmed with software to drive the entire EMS.

Built in Lock Bracket: This bracket allows the user to secure the EMS to the power source to help prevent theft.

Portable - One Year Warranty - 5"W x 8½"H (plus 8" cord/total 16½"H) x 3½"D

         VIP Enterprises & Progressive Industries are committed to making your RV experience easier and safer.

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RDK- Remote Display Kit

RDK  Remote Display KitRDK Remote Display Kit allows an existing EMS HW series owner to add an additional digital remote display to their system.  Simple plug in operation makes it a very easy to understand and install kit. System includes one digital remote display, one switch box, one 3 foot data cable and one 14 foot data cable. The RDK comes with a 3 year warranty.

Instructions

1.Disconnect existing display from EMS and connect it to the switch box input.

2.Connect the three foot cable to a switch box outlet and existing (mounted) display.

3.Connect new 14 foot cable to the other switch box outlet.  Route cable to desired location and connect to new display.

4.You can only read one display at a time. When the switch box is in one direction the corresponding display will light and the switch box LED will light.

Note: Only use enclosed data cable. Regular phone cable will not work.

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Electric Protection Comparison Chart

Electric Protection Comparison Chart ems rv

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SSP 5O
RV Smart Surge Protector

SSP 5O Surge Protection SSP 50 Smart Surge 240 Volt/50Amp is an inexpensive state of the art way to protect your RV from surges.  Plus it comes with built in dual line polarity tester to check the power source for proper wiring. It also has surge status indicators with fuse protection. This Smart Surge is sleek, compact, portable, weather resistant and requires no installation.  It comes with a one year warranty.

Features - Specifications - Operation Guide - Warranty

Four Mode Surge Protection - Lines to Neutral, Lines to Ground, Neutral to Ground and Line to Line.  The SSP50 is rated for 240 Volts/50 Amps with 1650 joules and 60,000 surge amps (New Ratings 2010). It has less than one nano second response time.

Circuit Tester checks for - Reverse Polarity - Open Ground - Open Neutral - On Both Lines
#1 Red light On & #2 Red light Off = Correct Wiring - Safe for you and equipment
#1 Red light Off & #2 Red light On = Reverse Polarity - Bad for sensitive equipment
#1 Red light On & #2 Red light On = Open Neutral - No power
#1 Red light Off & #2 Red light Off = Open Ground - Could result in fatal shock
Green Surge Light on = Good surge protection - Green light off = Surge protection bad
Size - 12" H (includes cord) x 4
¾"W x 3½"D

Operating Instructions:

1. It is important to check the power source receptacle for any charring or discoloration.  This indicates there is a poor electrical contact.  If you plug into it you could damage the Smart Surge plug.  Always turn the source power off prior to plugging in the Smart Surge.  This will reduce the risk of arcing and electrical shock.
2. Plug Smart Surge into source power prior to plugging in RV
3. Verify red indicator lights are lit to reflect source power is wired correctly (Line1 & Line 2)
4. Verify green surge indicators are lit
5. Plug RV into Smart Surge ONLY if the source power is wired correctly and surge light is illuminated, both Line 1 and L 2

Warranty:

Progressive warrants its products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year.  This is in lieu of all other warranties, obligations, or liabilities expressed by the company.  In the event that a properly installed EMS proves defective under normal use, Progressive will repair or replace the device at its discretion.

For technical support call 919-462-8280.

Progressive cannot assume responsibility for acts of god, alterations, shipping handling or any other factors not under the control of Progressive Industries.

Progressive has no responsibility for installation, personal injury, property damage, incidental, contingent, or consequential damages of any kind resulting from defects or failure of the unit to function.

The remedy for breach of this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of the defective product at Progressives option.  In no case shall the liability prescribed by law exceed the purchase price.  Some states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or allow disclaimer, modifications, or limitations on how long a warranty lasts, therefore the above warranties may not apply to you.  This warranty gives you certain legal rights, and you may have other rights, which may vary from state to state.

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SSP 3O
RV Smart
SSP 3O Surge ProtectionSurge Protector

SSP 30 Smart Surge 120 Volt/30Amp is an inexpensive state of the art way to protect your RV from surges.  Plus it comes with built in polarity tester to check the power source for proper wiring.  It also has a surge status indicator with fuse protection. This Smart Surge is sleek, compact, portable, weather resistant and requires no installation.  It comes with a one year warranty.

Features - Specifications - Operation Guide - Warranty

Three Mode Surge Protection - Line to Neutral, Line to Ground and Neutral to Ground.  The SSP30 is rated for 120 Volts/30 Amps with 825 joules and 30,000 surge amps (New Ratings 2010). It has less than one nano second response time.

Circuit Tester checks for - Reverse Polarity - Open Ground - Open Neutral
#1 Red light On & #2 Red light Off = Correct Wiring - Safe for you and equipment
#1 Red light Off & #2 Red light On = Reverse Polarity - Bad for sensitive equipment
#1 Red light On & #2 Red light On = Open Neutral - No power
#1 Red light Off & #2 Red light Off = Open Ground - Could result in fatal shock
Green Surge Light On = Surge Protection Functional, Good
Green Surge Light Off = Surge Protection is compromized and needs to be Replaced 

Size - 12"H (includes cord) x 3"W x 2½"D

Operating Instructions:

1.  It is important to check the power source receptacle for any charring or discoloration.  This indicates there is a poor electrical contact.  If you plug into it you could damage the Smart Surge plug.  Always turn the source power off prior to plugging in the Smart Surge.  This will reduce the risk of arcing and electrical shock.
2.  Plug Smart Surge into source power prior to plugging in RV
3.  Verify red indicator lights are lit to reflect source power is wired correctly
4.  Verify green surge indicator is lit
5.  Plug RV into Smart Surge ONLY if the source power is wired correctly and surge light is illuminated.

Warranty:

Progressive warrants its products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year.  This is in lieu of all other warranties, obligations, or liabilities expressed by the company.  In the event that a properly installed EMS proves defective under normal use, Progressive will repair or replace the device at its discretion.

For technical support call 919-462-8280.

Progressive cannot assume responsibility for acts of god, alterations, shipping handling or any other factors not under the control of Progressive Industries.

Progressive has no responsibility for installation, personal injury, property damage, incidental, contingent, or consequential damages of any kind resulting from defects or failure of the unit to function.

The remedy for breach of this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of the defective product at Progressives option.  In no case shall the liability prescribed by law exceed the purchase price.  Some states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or allow disclaimer, modifications, or limitations on how long a warranty lasts, therefore the above warranties may not apply to you.  This warranty gives you certain legal rights, and you may have other rights, which may vary from state to state.


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Adapters and Connectors




   A 230 50 Amp Adapter "Cheater Box" is a versatile adapter which enables users with 50-amp service to run more appliances when 50-amp service is not available. Simply plug the "Cheater Box" into a 120 volt/30amp and a 120 volt/20amp source on two separate circuits to achieve a 50amp outlet. Important Note: Will not operate on GFCI circuit. It has a 30-amp plug on each line and includes one 30-amp to 20-amp adapter. For outdoor use, is made of high impact ABS plastic, which will not corrode, and comes with a one year warranty.

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A 230 50 Amp Adapter Cheater Box
Size - 18"H (includes cords) x 4¾"W x 3"D


 


   A 50/30    50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Male Compact Adapter provides superior durability and heat resistance over "dog bone" type adapters. Uses high impact, heat resistant ABS plastic casing. The adapter has heavy duty highly conductive medal parts which greatly improve heat dissipation and conductivity. Its solid ground pin provides improved ground connection for safety. The molded finger grips make it easier to disconnect after use. Plus, unlike dog-bone type adapters, no cable is used therefore eliminating cable separation. It comes with a one year warranty.

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A 50/30 50 Amp Femail to 30 Amp Male Compact Adapter
Size - 2¼"H x 2¼"W x 2"D


 


   A BB 50 "Buddy Box" has a 50 Amp plug (input) and two 50 Amp female sockets (outlets). The 50 Amp outlets are wired single phase. You can plug two different 50 Amp rigs into the outlets. This also allows a user to plug into a 50A receptacle and then connect two separate 30 Amp cords (with adapters) into the outlets. Great for the RV that has two 30A service cords. The buddy box also come in extremely handy for frequent rally goers where two RV's need to double up on one site. For outdoor use, is made of high impact ABS plastic, which will not corrode, and comes with a one year warranty.

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A BB 50 Buddy Box
Size - 16½" (includes cords)H x 5¼"W x 3¾"D


 

C 30FRR   120Volt/30Amp Replacement Receptacle
is designed to replace damaged or worn out molded receptacle ends found on extension cords, surge protectors and adapters. It can also be used to make custom extension cords. It is easy to install and extremely durable. Specs; 120V/30A - 3600 Watts - Accepts 10/3 ST, SO & SE type cables. The C 30FRR comes with a three year warranty.

Instructions:
  1. Disconnect power. Strip outer insulation 2½" and strip conductors ½".
  2. Remove receptacle cover (three screws).
  3. Attach black wire under black set screw, white wire under silver set screw and green wire under green set screw. Be sure to secure each set screw tightly.
  4. Re-attach cover and screws.
     

Warning: Failure to wire as instructed above can result in personal injury and could damage attached equipment. Should be installed by an electrician or qualified person only.

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C 30FRR 120Volt/30Amp Replacement Receptacle

 

C 50FRR 240Volt/50Amp Replacement Receptacle
is designed to replace damaged or worn out molded receptacle ends found on extension cords, surge protectors and adapters. It can also be used to make custom extension cords. It is easy to install and extremely durable. Specs; 240V/50A - Accepts 6/4 or 8/4 type cables. Nema 14-50R. The C 50FRR comes with a one year warranty.

Instructions:
       
  1. Strip outer insulation back 5 inches. Cut black and red conductors back to 3". Cut green wire back to 2". Stripe ½" of insulation off of each wire.
  2. Remove receptacle cover and strain relief
  3. See Diagram; Install black wire under black set screw and tighten. Repeat process for red, white and green wires.
  4. If using 8 AWG cable, use the provided strain relief. If using 6 AWG do not use provided strain relief.
  5. Attach cover with the screws provided

 

C 50FRR 240Volt/30Amp Replacement Receptacle

Warning: Failure to wire as instructed above can result in personal injury and could damage attached equipment. Should be installed by an electrician or qualified person only.

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C 50FFR 240Volt/30Amp Replacement Receptacle

 

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