I know that the topic of surge protection has been raised before, but I am interested in protection against "uneven" power that results from the use of a diesel generator. I am working on an aid project in one of the remote areas of the Pacific, and there is no electricity available at all, so we need to rely on portable, cheap generators. However I think the power fluctuations that I am told result from use of generators are damaging our electronic equipment - we seem to be having a fairly high attrition rate.
Can anybody suggest a surge protector that will help in this situation, where surges are probably not so much a problem as the uneven electrical generation. We normally run a couple of computers, and recharge some sensitive water monitoring equipment. We would love to run a small bar fridge too, but have been too afraid to try that.
Thank you for any advice received!!