5-Light Wireless Fence Tester
This wireless tester has 5 lights that flash and indicates the approximate voltage on your electric fence.
If you receive a dead battery or if you would like a replacement battery for your tester, please contact us. We’ll get one on its way to you free of charge. —Premier
- Tester body: 5" long x 1-5/8" wide
- 5 indicator lights (LED)
- 9V battery, included
- Change battery indicator light
How to Use
Use the “Push” button to receive a voltage reading.
- Touch the top of the tester to the electrified fence you wish to test.
- Push the button.
- The tester will light up according to the voltage at that location on the fence.
- Turn off energizer.
- Disconnect ground wire and fence wire from energizer.
- Turn on energizer.
- Touch the top of the tester onto the top of the fence terminal on the energizer.
- Push the button.
- The tester should light up to 6000 volts or more.
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Bob K from Virginia
Bought one from another supplier that cost more than the one I purchased from Premier and didn’t work. This one does the job and I’m completely happy.
Carol F from Michigan
I have been very pleased with the fence tester. It is so nice to not have extra cords to deal with.
Jason K from New York
We have dry, rocky, clay-heavy soil. Using the inexpensive testers that require grounding has always been hit-or-miss, mostly miss. This tester really works. We're getting clear readings that let us know that most of our fencing works, and helps us isolate problem areas.
Tina B from Michigan
Love this fence tester! Such a handy little tool, I feel as though it’s very reasonably priced and now I can be sure that my fence is hot enough to keep my animals in. Easy to use, indicators are clear. Couldn’t be happier!
Ezra G from North Carolina
Works but doesn't really register well on our low-voltage mesh fencing. Not having to use a ground probe is good but grounded unit that we have works better.
Worth noting that I bought a unit months ago and it was DOA (battery had leaked, unit refused to power up even with a new 9V). P1 called me to ask if I wanted a replacement. Replacement works as designed.