NGADawgs Posted August 22, 2022 Share Posted August 22, 2022 We spent last week at an Army Corps of Engineers campground and after plugging in to the 50 amp pedestal, my Progressive Industries EMS-LCHW50 registered 135 volts on leg 2 causing the unit to keep cutting off power to the RV. Leg 1 was showing 123 volts. The campground was run by only 2 people as the Corps has not been taking new reservations for some time since they can't get any one to work... So no maintenance man to call on. Luckily we had unseasonable cool weather and I was able to use the 30 amp connection and only run one AC. So here's the question... is there any way to regulate the voltage down to 120 volts when it is higher? Is this a common occurrence? I can't find anything posted about it. I know that the Hughes Autoformer will step up the voltage but apparently from their documentation does not put a max on voltage. Thanks again for all the great info, we are in this battle together (keeping the Monacos running). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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