Yipper! I have a 30 amp for our 1964 Fireball vintage camoer snd a 50 amp model for our Montana. I don’t get the hardwired version so I can move them between campers. And before you plug into the pedestal, check to ensure the breakers were all switched off. Some dolts do not turn off power before unhooking, so the pedestal is “on” when you plug in. That can cause arcing as you plug in your surge guard. Our 30 amp model has a 2 minute delay before providing power to the coach (there are two leds that turn green when power is on, so don’t get worried if power in the coach gas a delay); our 50 amp model does not have that delay. I still use surge guards for entertainment centers, etc even though the main guard is on the pedestal. Like wearing a belt and suspenders, I guess: mark of an old man. Tchuss!