FarmPro Ultra Low Impedance Electric Fence Energizer with 10.5 Joules Output
Combined Voltmeter and Current Meter for the Rapid Location of Electric Fence Faults. Also Includes Energizer Remote Control Technology!
- On/Off button powers energizer up or down anywhere on the fence line
- Single point of remote to fence line contact for fault finder and remote functions
- 9 channel settings for paring multiple energizers
- Large LCD screen displays fence voltage reading or current reading
- Use fault finder functions with any brand of pulse energizer
- Cordless design - no ground probe required
- Impact and water-resistant case with integrated belt clip
- Low battery warning system
- 9V battery sold separately
How do you use the reading to find a fault on the fence?
2 Types of Fence Configurations
Type 1: Fence does not loop back to the Energizer - When using the Fault Finder in a non-looping fence, the current arrow direction is not needed to determine the location of the fault, and can be ignored.
Type 2: Fence loops back to the Energizer - When using the Fault Finder with a fence that loops back to the Energizer, the current arrows are used to determine the location of the fault. In normal conditions, as you test along a fence with no loops or faults, the fence current will decrease the farther you are from the Energizer.
If you have a fence with one or more major faults, as you test along the fence there will be excess amounts of current on the fence. As you pass the point of the fault, the current will rapidly drop. At this point simply go backwards on the fence and find the exact point, where, on each side, there is the large change in current. This is where your fault is located.
With a fence with loops and faults, as you test along the fence the current will point in the direction of the current and as you pass the point of the fault the current direction will change. At this point simply go backwards on the fence and find the exact point, where, on each side, there is a change in the direction of the current. This is where your fault is located.