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electronet wiring
Author: David Wooten 
Date:   01-28-15 20:34

I'm hoping to set up two nets more or less in line, separated by a 70' section of pre-existing fence, each net ending in dense brush on the non-fence end. Can i put the solar energizer in the fence area (where it is sunny) and wire it to both nets, or do the nets absolutely need to be wired in series (requiring a much longer stretch of wiring to get from sunny area to one end and back)

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Re: electronet wiring
Author: Sara 
Date:   01-29-15 08:53

Yes, you can connect the netting to the Pre-Existing Fence.
Make sure your energizer is not a high impedance. This will melt the netting.
You need to use a wide or low impedance energizer.
Also test the fence to make sure you have a reading of 3000 volts or more.

If you have more questions, please call me at 800-282-6631.
Thank you, Sara

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Re: electronet wiring
Author: David Wooten 
Date:   01-29-15 22:56

The pre-existing fence is wood, not electric. I think testing the fence is the right idea.

Thanks

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Re: electronet wiring
Author: Sara 
Date:   01-30-15 08:52

You can connect to the clips at one end of the netting's. So if it is sunny were you are connecting the two fence together this will work.

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