- Height: 5.5"
- Ground wire (green): 48"
- Fence wire (red): 9-1/2"
- Bright "blue" spark
- Visible more than 500 ft at night if located where there is no other light.
- Flashes with every pulse over 3000V (the opposite of the Volt Alarm). For energizers 0.5 joule or larger.
- 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 a larger energizer is necessary).
- Very easy to use.
- Visual reassurance that the fence is working.
- Connections are not easy to make or remove.
- Fence must be turned off in order to install.
- Requires large energizer, to supply adequate voltage.
- Recommended for use on smooth wire fences only.
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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Jeff P from Oregon
I just purchased 3 so have not had them long enough to comment about durability but so far so good. They can easily be seen for several hundred yards at night but you have to be right on top of them in the daylight so then you might as well test the fence but if you will just glance over once per night you will know it is still above 3K volts. Pretty handy and who tests their fence more than once a day anyway unless you think there might be a problem? I am pretty certain it will save a lot of trips to just check the fence and will for sure alert us to potential problems before they grow into shorts in multiple directions that can be very timely to correct. The labor savings in fixing them problems quicker when they are small will be huge. If they last as well as they look we will get even more of them So far I am thrilled. One caution is that if you put them right on a county road the neighbors will be sure to call and tell you that you have a huge short in your fence from the strobe so putting it back a few feet might help :-)