Electrical reference graphics to print and save

Electrical reference graphics to print and save

Dear Mike,
First… Thank you for your No~Shock~Zone book on RV Electrical Safety. I’m only half through and love it. The way you explain things is wonderful and easy to understand. Also following you on RVtravel each week.

My question is, the book is black and white and I would really like to make some quick reference guides (laminated) to keep with my electrical RV cord and test equipment. Is there a location (internet) showing all the colored Quick Reference Guides in the back of your book that I can print?

Thank you. —John Renicker

Dear John,
I’m happy to post them all here. On this page you’ll see them as thumbnails to save download time. But if you click on a graphic it will open up as a high-resolution file suitable for printing.

Hope this helps….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s play safe out there….

 


Mike Sokol is an electrical and professional sound expert with 40 years in the industry. Visit NoShockZone.org for more electrical safety tips. His excellent book RV Electrical Safety is available at Amazon.com. For more info on Mike’s qualifications as an electrical expert, click here.

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3 thoughts on “Electrical reference graphics to print and save

  1. Harry

    Thank you and the 30a cord is much easier to handle.
    Does not make any difference if 30 or 100 amps all of my outlets are on one circuit and go thru a 20amp breaker in the inverter! Have to be careful what is plugged in at the same time.
    It is a 2004 Safari Trek, built by Monaco.

  2. Mike Sokol

    Yes you are. You need a 30-amp to 50-amp dogbone adapter plugged into the pedestal. Then plug your 50-amp surge protector into it, and plug your RV’s shore power connector into the surge protector. Of course you now only have 30 amps of power instead of the 100 amps available from a 50 amp outlet.

  3. Harry

    General question, if I use a 50amp surge protector on a 30amp circuit, am I still protected? Some electrical posts have only 30amps available.
    Thank you

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