As voltage drops, Hughes boosts to give you 10% more volts keeping your RV and its expensive appliances in safe / optimal operating range.
Constantly Monitors the Park Circuit for Damaging Conditions. If Damaging Conditions are Detected, the Autoformer will Alert you of the Problem.
Has the Most Advanced Surge/Spike Protection on the Market. The Surge unit is also replaceable so in the event of a damaging surge, the entire Autoformer won’t need to be replaced.
“One of the most common failures in RVs are A/C and refrigeration motors due to low park power”
-RV MECHANIC, ORANGE COUNTY, CA
“This’s a bacon saver. After having low voltage issues at the rv park we were staying in (& loved) I finally dug deep & bought the autoformer. My only regret is that I didn’t buy it sooner.”
-Ron, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
“I think its definitely worth the money when you consider how much it would cost for us to repair all the wiring in the RV and all the appliances should the power brown out and that’s if it didn’t somehow start a fire. My husband the electrician insisted we get one and I love the peace of mind it gives us.”
-Olivia W, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
“My autoformer lived up to and exceed my expectations. The voltage at the rv park was at 105 the autoformer increased the voltage to 118 and at times 122..”
-Robert G, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
“At our campground we constantly have power swings. Our voltage sways from 95-120v throughout the day. I read about this autoformer and thought it couldn’t hurt to give it a try. I’m glad I did. It immediately brought our voltage up 10% and now it stays between 110v to 120v.”
-Mike C, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
“While I never had a problem, but didn’t want to risk any of my appliances in my RV. So I thought it might be a cheap insurance policy compared to the replacement cost of RV appliances.”
-Tom K, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
“Must have for an RV. Voltage in my Class A RV never wavered from 110 Volts despite the part service only supplying 102 Volts without the Hughes Transformer.”
-Woody G, Verified Hughes Autoformer User
A voltage booster simply converts amps to volts. Since the breaker at the pole regulates the maximum amount of power you are able to draw, it would be impossible to “take” more power than the amount the park allocated to you (unless it was tampered with which would be extremetly dangerous, unethical and illegal). DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES TAMPER WITH THE PARK POWER POLE.