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Fi-Shock 2 Mile Solar Fence Charger

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Fi-Shock 2 Mile Solar Fence Charger


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Product Summary:

Fi-Shock Solar Powered 2 Mile Fence Charger
The low-impedance technology means 1/3 less drain on the battery! It resists shorts when the fence is in contact with weeds and grass. The solar panel features compartmental damage-resistant construction.
Product Features:
  • Solar panel features compartmental damage-resistant construction
  • Resists shorts when the fence is in contact with weeds
  • Intermittent DC output
  • Comes with Solar panel and built in 4 volt battery
  • Made in the USA

Item Specifications:

  • Model # ESP2M-FS
  • Low-impedance technology
  • Contains poultry, pets and small animals and keeps predators out
  • Use with steel, aluminum, poly wire, poly rope, and poly tape
  • Power Source- Solar panel or 4 volt battery
  • Input Voltage:  4 VDC, .02 A
  • Output Voltage:  .04 joule
  • Distance: 2 miles
  • One year limited manufacturer warranty
Item Number Model Number UPC
BXW11 ESP2M-FS 017051404404

Product Reviews by Customers

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Absolutely wonderful!
I have had this for about 3 years and it is excellent! My horses are VERY respectful of hot wire, so the moment they realized what it was they backed off. My goats are more bothersome, but they respect it as well. I would recommend this to anyone. thanks to the lady the suggested splicing. Happy fencing!
December 11, 2012
Ok as a back up
I bought two of these and ran it so that if one quite working, half of my electric fencing would be backed up. Inconsistent charge to line, very easily shorted and not strong enough charge. The horses eventually figured out they could take the "tickle". One is still working, but had to replace batteries once a year and the other died right at the 2 year mark. Bad thing is if it the unit dies and you buy a battery to replace, you are stuck with a battery and dead unit. Will keep remaining one for a back up and split the electric fencing in two parts. One with a plug in unit and with this. Would not buy again due to fluctuating voltage in fencing. No weeds or other interference either. Overall operated below recommended voltage in your electric fencing and even my minis blew threw it.
January 19, 2012
Effective and dependable
I've had great success with these chargers over nine years. I have four of them. The keys to getting the maximum fence-charge footage are clean splices using splicers (instead of knotting the electric rope, wire or tape) and keeping wet foliage off the fencing. Expect the batteries to last about three years before requiring replacement. You can replace the batteries rather than the whole unit.
October 30, 2011
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