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@Obiru, the regular surge protectors do not protect against low voltage (bad for the TaB electronics), etc. Compare it to the EMS version.
Some members get away with using a surge protector for years. But, I have read so much about campgrounds, both public and private that do not keep up their electric pedestals, grounding, etc. Better safe than sorry.
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Kidding aside, I don't usually camp with hook-ups, but have considered the wisdom of adding a protective device to the arsenal for those occasions when I do. Not being very familiar with these, I'm curious as to how one knows when one's bacon has been saved by such a unit. Do they retain records of catastrophic voltage events for later review?