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Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

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Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

$76.49

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Product Summary:

Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

This charger powers up to one acre of multi-wired fencing or ½ acre of 4-strand polytape. It operates between 8 to 10 weeks on two D-cell batteries. Ideal for portable corrals, camping, and protecting small gardens.

Features:

  • Wind- and rain-resistant case
  • Built-in fence hook
  • Two surge protection devices
  • Flashing output indicators
  • Low impedance
  • 2 Year Exchange for New Manufacturer Return Policy
  • Contains horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats
Item Specifications:

Power Source:
Two D batteries

Stored Joule Rating:
.024

Distance:
1 mile

Acres Controlled:
Up to 1

No Load:
10,000 V

500 ohm Load:
670 V

Dimensions:
6.5"L x 4.5"W x 4"H

Item Number Model Number UPC
E001461 HP-B2D 636166149002

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light weight, water tight, only a small grounding rod needed for portable fence
I bought this to use while camping. It is very light weight and easy to use. Put 2 batteries in it and connect 2 clamps to your fence/ground pole. It seems weather resistant, unlike other chargers. It does not need a deep grounding pole as other chargers also recommend. I have not used it camping yet, but I set it up in the yard and it worked great! I would recommend this product.
September 1, 2015
So far so good, easy to hook up, everything is contained which should help it last longer. My friends really liked the simplicity too.
October 22, 2013
Portable fence charger
I've used my current one for over 8 years, it would still be going strong except the horses trashed it. Love it! I used it on my paddocks and it's not to big where the voltage is to high. Easy to change the batteries and use. I'm able to turn off super easy when there's a storm and the batteries last a long time, I'm guessing probably 3 months or more. If I was camping out and needed something quick, fast and easy to use this would be it. I love that it runs on batteries. The price sure has jumped, almost doubled since I bought my first one 8 years ago. Worth the money. Don't expect to charge miles of fence, but works great in a small setting.
September 26, 2012
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Is there an on and off switch ?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the only thing is that you will need to buy somewhere is a rod which goes into the ground and the green clip is clipped to. The button you push to turn on and off when on the red light blinks.
I have a PVC pipe portable corral to use for overnight camping but my horse likes to chew it and move it around. I'm planning to wrap polytape around the PVC and electrify it to minimize nocturnal wanderings. Will this charger work for this application?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have no idea. I have never done that before, but, I would think it would work since clips are made from similar material and PVC doesn't conduct. It would have to be tight around it though so there are no gaps for sparks which will burn your polytape.
will this work with the wirebraided poly rope? and do you need fiberglass posts?
Deb B on May 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Deb, that is exactly what I used and worked great. I also put a tent stake in the ground as a ground rod. Don't know if that made a difference or not, I just did it. A group of us riders like to ride to the local BBQ which is a 6 mile ride one way and though the owner has put up a hitching post, it's not enough for our group so I go before the ride and set up a corral with this set up and I love not having to worry about the horses tied to a hitching post where I can't see them from the restaurant. Very pleased with this product.
Do I need to use a ground rod with this portable charger? Thanks for your help.
Mary D on Feb 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes I had to buy a ground rod- I found one that is kinda portable.
Does this product come with instructions? I am attempting to make my own portable corral kit. I don't know what connectors I will need. If I choose not to hang this on the fence then does it have a way for me to have a wire connect to it to a clamp on the fence tape?
Tonya A on Apr 17, 2015