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Lydite® Farming 8 Neon Lights Fence Tester 7kv


Art No. : MLD-002

Material:ABS, Copper
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Lydite® Farming Fence 8 Neon Lights Fence Tester, 7kv

 It displays the voltage between 600 and 7000 volts.

An electric fence tester is indispensable as part of your daily fence monitoring. A fence should have a minimum voltage of 600 volts in order to provide optimum protection for your animals. The Lydite.farming "7 KV" helps you with your daily checks on the fence. This fence tester gives you a quick overview of the condition of your fence. The tester is also great for testing the energiser. The "10 KV" has eight indicator lamps to display the fence voltage between 600 and 7000 volts. It is extremely easy to use. To measure the voltage, insert the metal rod of the tester into the ground and rest the tip of the tester against the fence. The tester does not require any batteries.

At a glance

1.Test the energizer
The output voltage of an electric fence energizer should be at least 5000V. If the voltage is below 5000V then the energizer may have a problem. If the voltage is above 5000V then the trouble lies with your fence or ground system.
    1.Turn off energizer
    2.Disconnect ground and fence leads from the energizer
    3.Turn on energizer
    4.Touch ground probe to energizer's ground terminal
    5.Touch the tester's metal tip to energizer's fence terminal
    6.Digital display shows voltage in kilovolts (e.g. 5.0 = 5000V)
2.Test the fence
Check the voltage to ensure the fence is properly electrified before introducing animals. Confirm voltage is at least 3000V at the end of the fence line.
    1.Insert corded probe into the soil
    2.Touch the tester's metal tip to an energized fence strand
    3.Digital display shows voltage in kilovolts (e.g.3.0 = 3000V)
    4.Pull meter away from fence then remove the probe from the soil (when pulling use the probe handle not the cord to prevent damage to the wire).


  ·  Fence tester with 8 neon lights
  ·  Sensor hook and ground stake made from stainless steel
  ·  Displays the voltage between 600 and 7000 volts range
  ·  Waterproof, no battery required



  ·  1 x Lydite® Farming Fence 8 Neon Lights Fence Tester 7kv
  ·  1 x Leather pouch

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