Camping surge supression
We are getting set for our trip to California and anticipate the better part of a month with a number of stays in National Parks where the solar panels will get a work out. We will however stay a number of times in parks with power, basically 30A off of the pedestal. I have seen discussions/arguments concerning the need for surge suppression on one of the RV forums. I will test for polarity and power before plugging in, and will unplug during thunder storms. The prices of RV surge protectors are shall we say, inflated and I can get a whole house surge protector for a lot less but I am running out of room and they are a bit bulky.