But it is not just an outlet; it is called the “surge protector”. In rational, it is “an appliance/device designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes. It attempts to limit the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or by shorting to ground any unwanted voltages above a safe threshold”, says Mr. Wikipedia. This alone protects your laptop and other electronic devices around the house.
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The question again: Is it really necessary? Yes, it is seriously necessary to have one, especially for your RV. So, do we just buy an outlet that looks like the one on the picture? No.
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What a surge protector can do for your RV?
* Prolonged High low voltage protection.
* Open neutral protection.
* AC frequency protection.
* 220 Volt protection in case you plug your RV into 220 Volts by accident.
There is one article that will also guide every RVers about these Surge Protectors. Plus, here’s a video on how to install an surge protector on your RV.
Now that we know how important this surge protector is, when is the most appropriate time to use one? The answer is: ALL THE TIME.