Visual reassurance that the fence is working. Operates similar to a fence tester—with a ground probe and fence clip.
- Easy to use.
- Flash is visible up to 500 ft at night when the fence is "on" and if located where there is no other light.
- Hangs on an existing permanent fence. Metal clamp ensures positive fence contact.
- No battery needed. Gets its power from the pulse itself (which is why it requires a 0.5 joule or larger energizer).
- Ground wire (green): 48"L
- Fence wire (red): 9-1/2"L
- Flashes a bright "blue" spark with every pulse over 3000V
- Requires a 0.5 joule or larger energizer to supply adequate voltage
- Connections are not easy to make or remove
- Fence must be turned off in order to install
- Recommended for use on smooth wire fences only
- Does not work on netting
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.
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Werner S from New Jersey
This would be handy if it worked! Unfortunately it is very difficult to see at a distance even at night, and the light is produced only in a narrow beam.
Deb & Craig S from South Carolina
It is easy to set up and works. The only thing is that you have to be within several feet to see the flashing light. I had hoped to be able to see at a distance if various portions of the fence are working but I can't see the light at a distance even in the dark. I will have to periodically check by driving by.
Joanne V from New York
The blitz lights have provided a simple way to keep an eye on the voltage levels on our fences. We use these on fixed fencing with hot top wires and on portable energized fences. They are fairly long lived, ours last about 1-2 years before the neon bulb burns out. We are not sure how that happens.
Richard W from Ohio
Works great so far. Have three fences - 2 over 300 feet from our house. At night, I can look out and see from our house that all three are working. During the day, I don't have to carry a tester with me each time I go to check out an enclosed area.
Mark L from Colorado
Works as intended. If I don't see the discharge, I know there's a problem with the HV supply or fence connection. Visible from a 1/4 of a mile at the house.