Energizer Support Box
- 12.5"H x 11"W x 12"D
- Opening (where the battery fits): 11-1/4"H x 9"W x 11-3/4"D
- Made of strong galvanized steel
- Plastic carrying handle
The 12V battery sits in the center compartment. Attach the battery to the solar panel (for recharging). Orient the unit so the panel faces due south.
When the fence is ready to be energized: connect the energizer to the fence, ground rod and finally the battery.
- Hold your energizer up to box
- Pre-mark with marker where you need drill
- Use a 1/4" drill bit
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.
FencingItem #147560 -
Holds solar panels of nearly any size (10 to 80 watts) at 45˚ (for maximum solar response in most conditions) on top of the energizer/battery support box.$31.50
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Joshua J from Virginia
Really wish they sold this in a kit instead of individual parts. Make sure you get everything you need before ordering so you don’t have to make 4-5 separate orders. Also the price is high considering everything you need to make up what they show in the picture.
The battery doesn’t slide into the box properly because of the rivets and there’s nothing that holds the battery in properly. (My battery sits on top of the rivets.)
Gary H from Maine
Great unit! Strong, well made, reasonable price.
Scott T from Missouri
I own 4 of these. Only complaint I have is that after 3 years they start to rust. It's the best and cheapest solution to solar that I've seen.
Chris B from Alabama
Very happy with this purchase. I bought the energizer, support box, solar panel and brackets. Premier put it all together before shipping! All I had to do was buy the battery and use the pre-wired clamps to attach it. I have the smaller panel (10 watts) and the speedrite energizer, and I have no problem at all moving it around. And I bought the large marine battery. I can see where maybe a bigger solar panel might hinder carrying it, but mine is perfectly fine.
Does the job, but very awkward to move with a solar panel attached since the handle is underneath the panel.