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Zareba B10LI Battery Operated Low Impedance 10 Mile Fence Charger
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- 10 mile range
- Battery options (not included): 4 D-cell flashlight batteries; 6 volt or 12 volt external batteries
- Rugged, weather-resistant cabinets with digital timing, built-in ground-rod strap, and built-in fence wire strap
- Heavy weed conditions
- Comes with a 1-yr warranty that includes damage caused by lightning
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 6.25 x 8.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.4 pounds|
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The Zareba 10 Mile Battery Operated Low Impedance Fence Charger has a 10 mile range and can be used in heavy weed conditions. It has 3 battery options: 4 D-cell flashlight batteries, and 6 volt, or 12 volt external batteries. 0.28 stored joules; 0.25 joule output at 400 ohms. Output voltage no load is 7000/Hi volts. Other features include: built-in ground-rod strap, built-in fence wire strap, a 3-position switch (1, battery-saver mode; 2, maximum output; and off) and digital timing. It has been built to UL safety specifications. Battery not included.
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You can use 4 D cells, 6 or 12 volt battery, or anything in between.
I used a "bad" 12 volt battery and it worked great. (Batteries usually just loose one cell so they only put out about 10.5 volts and while this may not be good enough to use in a vehicle it will power this fencer.)
If you are going to use D cells (I would guess you are just trying to keep small animals out of an area and not cows or horses) I would recommend you flip the LO/HIGH switch to LOW to extend battery life. I used D cell batteries till I got an old 12volt and they lasted for 3 weeks.
The switch is located on the bottom of the unit. It SHOULD be marked on the sides so you can tell which way to switch it. I marked mine with an ink marker.
HOWEVER (someone said you can get shocked) I have never gotten shocked by touching any 12volt battery connections to my truck or to this fencer.
This seems to be designed to mount on a non-conductive electric fence pole, which is a common mounting place. It has a metal bar with a wing-nut to mount it to the pole. I could have mounted it on the a wire pole but I just drove a short piece of rebar in the ground and mounted it on that as lightening is a common destroyer of fencers.
This is a LOW IMPEDANCE fencer so batteries will normally last longer. The battery will run down FASTER if the fencer DISCHARGES frequently. This means if you have weeds or grass in contact with the fence wire the battery voltage will deplete quicker. If you have a good battery connected it will eventually 'burn' away (electrically)the weed/grass.
Fencers don't normally have a 'place' to put a battery unless they are SOLAR POWERED. Although you don't have to put a battery in an old 5 gallon paint bucket, I did. I then connected the leads and snapped the lid on all sides except where the leads came out. It keeps the rain out and the battery off the ground.
ONE OTHER THING:
The fencer has a -snap- sound and a light on the top that BLINKS when it energizes. It is a little hard to see in direct sunlight but it shows when the DISCHARGE occurs.
If it -does not- blink you may have a -short- to ground, meaning the -wire- is shorted to ground -or- there is a weed/grass that is in contact with the wire and grounding the discharge.
This is very helpful if you have a long wire that may be contacting weeds or grass and will not provide a good shock voltage. If you do not clear the wire from the grounding it will discharge the battery much faster.
I have used this in both places and I would recommend this to anyone for use around a garden area (for small animals) or field (for cows/horses) with the appropriate sized battery.