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Electric Fence Testers and Safety Accessories
Hotline - Beeper Electric Fence Tester
The Hotline Beeper is a pocket sized, battery powered audible device, designed to indicate if your electric
fence is live or not. It also comes attached to a key ring for easy carrying.
Horizont - Isotester 10000 - Electric Fence Tester
Essential for daily fence control, the Isotester 10000 is designed to measure the voltage passing through
your electric fence and to provide you with a fast & easy reading of your fence's condition. The Isotester
10000 does not require a battery to use and will measure up to 10000 volts, displaying the voltage in six
levels (2000 up to 10000 volts). The Horizont Isotester 10000 is also ideal for checking the output voltage
at the energizer.
Horizont - Fence Tester Plus
This handy fence tester provides you with a fast and easy determination of your fence's voltage level and
condition.The Horizont Fence Tester Plus contains six voltage level displays: 10000v, 8000v, 6000v, 4000v,
2000v and below 2000v. It is easy to use and no earthing is necessary. To operate the Horizont Fence Tester
Plus simply press the metal loop against the electric fence material and depress the central button to get a
reading. In this case your body completes the circuit. The Fence Tester Plus uses a 9v block container battery
(which is included).
Horizont - Electic Fence On/Off Switch
The Horizont On/Off Switch allows you to switch the electricity on and off independently from your energiser
and for also switching individual electric fence sections on and off.
Hotline - Earth Stake for Electric Fences - 1 metre
The Hotline Earth Stake comes with a wing nut and bolt connection. It is highly conductive and should be
considered the minimum requirement for earthing your electric fence of up to 1000m in length (i.e. 1 x earth
spike for each 1000m of single fence line). If your fence is 1000m long and consists of two lines of wire, use
2 earth stakes (join them together with HT cable). The earthing system is an integral part of your energiser's
performance and indeed, the performance of your entire electric fencing set-up. Inadequate earthing is the
most common failure in electric fence operation, but often one of the most simple to remedy (e.g. simply
ensuring that the Earth Stake is pushed or hammered fully into the ground can make all the difference to a
small system). Connect your earth stake to the energiser using the leads supplied with your energiser, or
one of the cables from the Hotline Earth/Live cable Set, or by using double insulated high voltage cable
(HT/G Cable particularly if you are using a mains powered energiser). If your land is likely to become very
dry in the summer, it is highly recommended that you increase the number of earth stakes you incorporate.
If/when connecting multiple earth stakes, join the earth stakes together using a 1m length of wire and bury
them completely. (If you have an area of land that tends to stay damp throughout the year, this would be an
ideal location for your earth stakes).
Please Note: Always ensure that earth stakes are installed at least
10m away from any other earthing systems - e.g. household earth, neighbours or outbuildings.
Hotline - Electric Fence Warning Sign
A rigid, yellow plastic Electric Fence Warning Sign for attaching to electric fence rope, wire or tape.
It is a legal requirement that warning signs are attached to electric fence lines whenever an electric fence
is in close proximity to the general public (e.g. footpaths). The placement of electric fence warning signs
should also not exceed intervals of 100 metres.
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