Zareba A100LI AC Powered Low Impedance 100 Mile Fence Charger
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- Weed condition: Heavy and wet; 100 mile range; 115 volt, 60 cycle; pulsed output (1-second intervals); 10.9 stored joules of power; 6 joule output at 75 ohms
- Use with ploy tape, rope, wire, or aluminum steel wires
- Rugged, weather-resistant cabinets with digital timing. Storm Guard lightning protection. Digital timing. Fuseless design. Indicator light showing fence controller is working.
- Best Used For: Controlling animals, keeping livestock, sheep, goats, pigs and other farm animals in while keeping out predatory animals
- Comes with a 2-yr warranty that includes damage caused by lightning (3-year warranty is available when registered on-line with proof of purchase)
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|Manufacturer Part Number||A100LI|
|Package Height||5.2 x 11.8 x 16.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||6.95 pounds|
The Zareba AC Low Impedance Fence Controller is ideal for use with all livestock including cows, sheep, goats, horses, and pigs
The Zareba Electric-Powered, Low-Impedance Fence Controller with Storm Guard Module is ideal for containing livestock, small animals, and pets. Even in conditions where weeds are heavy and wet, the fence controller will keep your animals contained and safe. The rugged electric fence controller is durable and easy to use. With a vented, weather-resistant, nonconductive cabinet and low impedance technology, the controller provides enough power for up to 100 miles of fencing.
This weather-resistant controller is ideal for powering isolated fences containing livestock or family pets. View larger.
The Zareba Fence Controller is ideal for use with all livestock, including cows, sheep, goats, horses, and pigs. A short, safe pulse of electricity elicits a psychological response, training animals to avoid the fence.
This controller provides a convenient power source for fencing up to 100 miles. It works with any type of fence wire, including rope, wire, aluminum, polywire, or polytape.
Low Impedance Technology Maintains Maximum Energy Levels
Zareba's low impedance technology is designed to maintain maximum energy levels. This allows for less resistance in the charger, so more power can be pushed through the wire. A low-impedance energizer can compensate for loss of energy caused by contact with vegetation, enabling it to power long fences in weedy and wet conditions that reduce the effectiveness of other controllers.
The vented, weather-resistant, nonconductive cabinet is rugged and durable. Easy-access terminals and mounting brackets allow quick connections and installation. A fence light flashes when the system is operating. The controller has 10.9 joules of stored power, with a 6-joule output at 75 ohms. It operates at 115-volt, 60-cycle pulsed DC output (at one-second intervals).
The Zareba Electric Powered Fence Controller is backed by a two year limited warranty or three year (if registered) limited warranty, including lightning protection.
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As with all of their units the power cord is short, and this will need mounting within a few feet of your power outlet.
So, we decided to "go electric" -- only to cheap-out and get a few of the wimpiest, pathetic chargers that drew muffled laughter from the nefarious bovines. Even the new calves were touching the underpowered fencing -- for FUN -- just before they would walk right through it. Yes, cows are evil troublemakers intent on global domination.
We'd finally had enough, and decided to "overpower" our newly installed, and quickly destroyed, electric fence. This time, instead of running the typical electric wire or polybraid, we opted for heavy-gauge galvanized barbed wire in three courses with the top two courses charged. We hooked up the A100LI charger, making sure to properly ground it (VERY important), and checking to be sure there were no areas where the wire was touching anything conductive. Well, it didn't take long before the four-legged cretins arrogantly decided to challenge us, once again, assured of yet another victory for Team Bovine.
BAM! Our big, strapping, >2,000-lb bull pushed into the top wire with his massive head. It literally sounded like someone had set off a firecracker, it was that LOUD! He jumped back a good 6-10 feet in one motion, then ran around the pasture in astonishment for a few minutes, only to foolishly probe another area with similar results -- all while his entire harem watched in disbelief. Some of the others, and all of the calves, decided to try their turn at challenging Zeus' Lightening -- our new name for the fence / charger -- i.e. "Hey honey, Dozer (the bull. Clever, I know) was struck by Zeus today." It's been a few months now, and we have not had a single escape. All of them keep a respectful distance from the wires, for fear of provoking Zeus' vengeance. We had a nasty thunderstorm come through, so we decided to unplug the charger (and everything else) so as not to lose them to a lightening strike. We forgot to plug Zeus back in for four full days. In all that time, none of the Bovini Disrespecti escaped, and always maintained their self-imposed "minimum safe distance" from the wires.
Well, those Bovinus Respectus now!
What more can I say, except -- Humans win again, inferior quadrupeds!