- Black and red leads: 48"L
- Positive connector (red) and negative connector (black).
- Plastic alligator clips
How to Use
- Make sure the energizer is in the OFF position or unplugged.
- Attach the bare end of the wire with the red clip to the fence terminal of the energizer. Attach the red (positive) alligator clip to the fence.
- Attach the bare end of the wire with the black clip to the ground terminal of the energizer. Attach black (negative) alligator clip to the ground rod.
- Make sure bare wire is connected well.
- Make sure the crimp sleeve is connected inside the alligator clips.
- Make sure the clip is getting a good connection to the fence or ground.
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Jeremy C from Virginia
Works as it should. I use these as jumpers from permanent to temporary lane fence. I keep a few of these around at all times for various uses. Would recommend.
Jim P from Missouri
Fast shipment. Works as described.
Angela M from California
These clips were a great and easy fix to my fencing.
Frances S from New Jersey
Harness was just like the original set. I have 2 solar energizers with a rubber grommet with 2 holes for the wires. Wondering why a new grommet was not included as this is a very atypical part and it gets weather beaten too.
Damien M from Virginia
I bought these as a backup set to have on hand for when the original set breaks. They’re the same as what comes with the energizers. I noticed the new energizer wiring harnesses have metal loops at the end instead of the wire. I like those better as they go on and come off easier and stay on better too. Hoping that when the current stock of these harnesses runs out, the new ones will replace them.