Fence tester without ground spike with LED display
In order to ensure the herding safety of your pasture / paddock, the voltage must be checked regularly. To do this, measure the voltage at several points of the fence, even far away from the device.
A high fence voltage is necessary to transmit the electric current or the energy of the electric impulse from the pasture fence to the animal. The higher the fence voltage, the better the discharge energy from the electric fence device will be transferred to the animal.
To do this, the pasture fence should have the necessary voltage for your animals at every point in the fence system. For easy herding animals with light coats (e.g. dairy cows, warm blooded animals, etc.) 2000 - 3000 volts is sufficient. More robust animals with thicker coats (Highland cattle, Galloway, Icelandic horses, etc.) require a higher voltage of at least 3000 - 4000 volts. See below for a list of recommended minimum voltages.
- red LED for undervoltage
- indicator for battery condition (9 V block)
- indicates voltage by four luminous green diodes in four steps: 2500 V - 8000 V
- red LED indicator for undervoltage
- easy voltage measurement possible
- convenient measurement without earth spike
- incl. 9 V block battery
- when measuring fence distance from 0 to max. 5 cm
- 1st place in Cavallo test (June 2010 issue)
- dimensions (L x W x D): approx. 135 x 45 x 20 mm
- weight: approx. 99g
- battery: 9V block battery
Recommended fence voltage:
- easy to herd horses (e.g. warmblood): min. 3000 V
- robust horses (e.g. Icelandic horses) and stallions: min. 4000 V
- dairy cows: min. 2000 V
- cattle and suckler herds: min. 3000 V
- robust cattle breeds with thick coats (e.g. Highland): min. 4000 V
Scope of delivery:
- fence tester incl. 9V block battery