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PowerLink™ 4.0

For instant in-the-field connections.

   

ITEM # DESCRIPTION AVAIL. WEIGHT PRICE QTY
335500 PowerLink™ 4.0, 30" long In Stock 0.20 $4.50
335505 PowerLink™ 4.0, 48" long In Stock 0.20 $4.50

Common Uses

Use for instant in-the-field connections.

Specs

Plastic clips with stainless steel tips.

Benefits

  • Quick way to gain entry to a electric fence without turning the energizer off.
  • Easy way to connect two hot wires.
  • 2 lengths available: 30" and 48"

How to Use

  1. Squeeze handles of one alligator clip to open jaws, then let metal "teeth" snap closed onto non-electrified conductor. Release handle.
  2. With other alligator clip, squeeze the plastic handles to open jaws, then let metal teeth snap closed onto the electrified conductor. Release handle.
(The PowerLink connection allows electricity to flow to both conductors.)

Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Item # 134100 - In Stock
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Device to indicate the approximate voltage on your electric fence.
Item # 346000 - Back-ordered
Expected on 11/24/2014
$0.97
Attaches to an electric fence to warn people that the fence is electrified.
Item # 333000 - In Stock
$7.50
Used for stopping the flow of electricity from one fence to another.
Item # 237400 - In Stock
$1.01
Used to secure the leading end of twine, rope or tape to an existing fence (woven, barbed and high-tensile wire) at the end of fence farthest from a reel.
Item # 411400 - While supplies last!
$225.00
While Supplies Last. All sales are final, no returns.
Item # 206600 - In Stock
$64.00
150' rolls also come in green/black. Green horizontals and black verticals allow this net to blend aesthetically into natural backgrounds.
Average Rating: 4 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 13 customers reviewed this product.

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Each farm vehicle has a set or two of PowerLinks riding along with it because we find them so useful. They make for a quick fence connection and since we’re always moving netting around on the farms these have become an essential part of our grazing operation. They grip thicker conductors very well and are just easy to have on hand. For some folks the metal contact points don’t have enough teeth for smaller insulators (MaxiShock and IntelliTwine) but they work for us.
Date: June 18, 2014
Charles S from Kentucky
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Best value for the dollar ...been using them for years. Do agree with users in that failures on some links in less than a year. I have to resupply myself every year.
Date: May 4, 2014
Peter M from VT
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Great idea, but not very durable. The idea is a 5-star but the quality is a 2-star! The end of the wire sometimes comes out of the clip and it's difficult to put it back on. If they get accidentally pulled, the metal clip comes out of the plastic clamp. I ordered more only because I haven't found a suitable alternative. I agree with other reviewers that these clips are not up to the quality standards that I expect from Premier1.
Date: February 10, 2014
Graham S from TN
Would you recommend this product? No
Good for about one year. Metal clips slip out of plastic, sometimes when brand new, so I've glued these upon arrival. Wire is low gauge & thin insulation peels/cracks within a year; walk by these at night & you'll see the arcs & sparks. If Premier would offer higher quality clips w/ heavier gauge wire/insulation, this would be a much better, more durable product. As is you're better off making your own links if you can find better clips separately from another vendor.
Date: August 18, 2013
Eric M from Illinois
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These links have worked well for me this year. I connect my reel based temp wires to high-tensile smooth wire perimeter.
Date: June 23, 2013
Patti T from Central New York
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These clips work great. No more getting shocked with the wire clips that my husband wanted me to use, now my 5 yr old can unclip the fence if she wants to go visit the animals.
Date: May 16, 2013
Medora J from Easy to ue.
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These are great if you need to disconnect the electrical current to your fence frequently. I only gave it a 3 due to two reasons. The first is that after 5 months, the little metal part on the inside tends to fall out. The other reason is that the cord is too long. I would prefer a much shorter cord (or no cord at all) as I end up having to wrap it around the posts to shorten it so that it doesn't accidentally get tangled up and pulled off.
I use this product to hook two fences together. I have not found a better alternative to the powerlink 4.0.
Date: January 7, 2013
Tom P from MD
Would you recommend this product? No
I agree with some of the other comments. These clips are not up to Premier standards! We have had many break...the power links and the ones coming from the suitcase chargers. I know you guys will fix this issue. This is the first quality issue we have ever had with any of Premier's stuff. But as of right now, they are way overpriced for the quality.
Date: August 21, 2012
Jennifer P from Western MA
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Link electric fencing with confident -- quality, great price.
Date: July 23, 2012
Lisa S from Kentucky
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Just received these clips, which is the 3rd time we've ordered some, because we like them a lot. Much better than using the squeeze clamps.
Date: September 23, 2011
Walter R from CT
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Works great!
Date: July 23, 2011
Bill G from NY/Fingerlakes
Would you recommend this product? Yes
I'm not sure which versions I have but I had troubles with the wire pulling off the clip. I now lift the spring and tuck the black wire under it and don't have trouble anymore.
Date: May 11, 2011
Paula W from Upstate NY
Would you recommend this product? Yes
So simple, but how have I managed without them?? A LOT of walking to turn the fence on/off, lots of wires going from here to there....
These are great - at a sensible price, as well.
Date: July 13, 2010
travis c
Would you recommend this product? Yes
I have some of the version 4 clips (I have earlier ones, too, but haven't had them long enough to notice any problems.).

All I can say is, I LOVE THESE CLIPS!! They are so convenient, and handy. I buy 3:1 geared reels from another company because Premier doesn't carry them (is anyone listening???), and they have similar clips for double the cost.

Great product!
Date: June 28, 2010
Aynn L
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These powerlinks are higher quality then the originals. Heavier plastic ends look like they will last longer in the sun. And the insulated wire seems heavier for constant use. I use these all summer long to connect high tensile lines and our net fences. For the price you can't beat these.
Date: June 16, 2010
Patricia p
Would you recommend this product? Yes
We've had the earlier versions of these and they just didn't hold up to regular use.
BUT We are extremely pleased with the latest version (I think version 4?).
The plastic is more rugged, has a better finger grip and the connection of the wire to the clip is a big improvement over the earlier version we have. So far so good! Good job Premier, keep up the good work with the great products! We really appreciate it!
We use alot of intelli-twine, rope, pigtail step ins and poultry fence on our multi-species grazing farm so these clips are in use daily and year round!
Date: February 26, 2010
James H
Would you recommend this product? No
Compared the the previous version, these clips are crap. I had two of them break off in my hand today. One year in the sun and the plastic is so brittle the tips break off with the slightest pressure. - They are also shorter than the original energizers. Please bring back the originals.
Our PowerLinks have, as James indicated, evolved over the years. Version #1 was much more resistant to UV than #2. (We'll replace version 2 free of charge if you send them back to us). Version 2 & 3 had a shorter cord (we thought it was too long in Version 1!). Version #3 corrected the UV problem. Version 4 (due Apr. 2010) will have an option of 2 cord lengths (30 & 48 in), thicker insulation on the cord, a better "fit" for the fingers, and increased clip contact surface capability. -- Premier
Date: February 7, 2010
B.J. s
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These save a lot of walking to turn the fencer off. They are deffinately worth the money. I will be orfering many more.