MaxiShock Insulated Cable: PIW2510
This 7 strand cable is covered with pliable plastic insulation. Unlike Double Insulated Wire, MaxiShock insulated cable does not require special connectors.
If you're installing permanent electric fences, use Double Insulated Wire (DCPIW34).
Unlike normal insulated fence wire, MaxiShock insulated cable does not require special connectors.
- Hot wires to each other
- Energizers to fences or ground rods
- Gate activators to fences
- Flood gaps to fences
- Extra-thick layer of galvanized zinc
- Low tensile strength
- 7 strand cable
- 1.7mm diameter
- 10 years of probable life
- 160 lb breaking strength
- Rated for 20,000V
- Cut the soft wire cable with a knife or heavy duty scissors.
- Strip off 3" of the insulation and wrap it 4 or more times around the wire by hand.
- It can be removed and reinstalled if needed.
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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Dennis Z from Western Washington
Had personal contact with Gordon at Premier about 500 foot coil. They offer several insulated cables, thought I was getting double insulated in this length. That product only available in other lengths. Connected 500 foot coil to lead out wire and to 48/12/3 chicken netting with interesting results. See YouTube movie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRFQ1PAlKQM
cathy l from Wisconsin/Northern
This wire works really well with rope link connectors. I love the ease of adding the exposed wire in with the endurosoft rope when connecting 2 sections of the fence with the rope links.
Cecelia W from CA
Very useful for electrifying discontinuous sections of fence with the same power supply. For example, islands of fruit trees in a paddock. Heavy duty wire, simple connections, excellent.
We use an AC charger to electrify our electric mesh fencing which we move around over a few acres. We had been using posts and wire to carry out the charge. Now we use the insulated cable instead and it is much easier and can be driven or walked over. Well worth the extra cost.