Fence Fault Finder
- Hard plastic body with LED display (2" x 1.5")
- 7" x 3" x 1"
- Belt clip
- 9 volt battery included
- Effective for locating direction of voltage flow on a fence line
- Notch on the back of the probe allows for firm contact to the fence
- Large backlit display is easy to read
- Audible current indicator
- Displays previous current reading to compare values
- No ground probe
- Replaceable 9v battery, low battery system for early indication of need for replacement
- Works with all energizers
Will not show direction of a fault within a roll of netting. It will indicate direction if used between two rolls of netting. Why? Netting ends twist all the conductors of the net. If used in the center, the device will not be able to indicate the direction of the leak because of these twists. It can be used to determine the net in which the fault is located.
When the unit reads "LL" or "low batt," the battery on the tester (not the energizer's battery) is low and needs to be replaced.
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David A from Minnesota
Works well. Lots of fencing on our place so needed a second one for my wife.
Darrel D from South Dakota
Works great. As intended. Same as all the other reviews state.
David K from Virginia
Works excellent. I screwed around for years with the little 5 or 6 lite tester. Now I have a pacemaker. Afraid to get shocked. Ha! If you have 100 ft or 100 miles, you need this tester.
Frank V from Iowa
Great equipment! Very useful! I like the fact that it does not have a ground probe. Delivery was very quick. It took my wife longer to drive to Cedar Rapids for groceries than it took Premier to send the Fault Finder. How does Premier do it?
Rory M from Washington
No ground probes. An effective contact point. Amp readings. Great directions to find a fault. Fits our polyrope cross fencing. Great device.