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Zareba 25 Mile DC Low Impedance Charger

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Zareba 25 Mile DC Low Impedance Charger

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Zareba 25 Mile DC Low Impedance Charger
DC fence chargers are battery-operated which makes them perfect for remote locations and areas without access to AC power.  Low impedance models utilize special circuitry and transformers to maintain high energy levels on the fence. Ideal for longer, multi-strand poly wire, tape, rope, or high tensile fence systems.

·          Rugged weather resistant cabinets

·         Digital Timing

·         Indicator light showing proper function

·         Easy-access terminals and mounting brackets for quick installation and connection

·         Recommend 6 or 12 volt rechargeable deep cycle battery (not included)

·         25 Miles Rating

·         1 Maximum Output joules

·         Heavy Weed conditions

·         Controls all animals including predators

·         12-volt battery

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ABOUT HOW MUCH IS ANNUAL COST TO RUN THIS? THANK YOU
A shopper on May 1, 2014
Best Answer: I do not keep before and after electric bill records. I did research what type of fences are the least expensive to build. Electric fence is cheaper than even barb wire. I am pretty sure that the cost of electricity is lower than vet bills and certainly more convenient than re-catching your horse
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