Dog Bone Adapters
If you have a 50Amp RV, you need a female 50A -> male 30A adapter for those times when you are at a 30A ONLY electrical pedestal. Keep in mind you cannot run your entire 50A RV on a 30A pedestal receptacle, see Advanced Course on Electricity for explanation.
If you have a 30Amp RV, you need a female 30A —> male 50A adapter for those times when you are at a 50A ONLY electrical pedestal. https://amzn.to/3qAYYfW
Electrical Management Systems (EMS) & Surge Protectors
I recommend an EMS but if you choose for less protection at least have a surge protector. An EMS protects you from high AND low voltage whereas a surge protector only protects you from high voltage. Pick one of the EMS below or one of the surge protector based on your RV needs.
Combo Surge & EMS: Hughes Autoformer – Electrical Management System (EMS)
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50 Amp RV EMS & Surge Protector
Progressive Industries EMS 50 Amp
Progressive Industries Surge Protector 50 Amp https://amzn.to/3h1yG0Y
30 Amp RV – EMS & Surge Protector
Progressive Industries Electrical Management System (EMS)
Progressive Industries Surge Guard Surge Protector (30A)
NCVT (Non-Contact Voltage Tester)
Used to check campground pedestal before touching it, see Chapter 3: Introduction to RV Electricity 120 Volts Alternating Current (AC), Checking of Campground Pedestal (Basic)
Heavy Duty Volt/Multi-meter
One of the most important things you can purchase after the RV, it is indispensable when trouble shooting electrical issues.
Fuses 12V DC
Be sure to pick up a couple 40A fuses also, will discuss why in Chapter 9 Electricity: Advanced
RV Electricity book