Read about the benefits and comfort of Smart electric fencing in the words of renowned Shetland sheep breeder Mr Roman Cieslar.
Product´s description Set of electric fence with mobile net for rabbits, dogs, cats - energizer - 50 m net
The electric fence set with mobile net is suitable for smaller and more sensitive animals such as dogs, rabbits, cats and other smaller sensitive animals that roam in your gardens. With this electric fence, you will designate a safe area for animals to roam freely or prevent them from entering selected unwanted areas. With the mobile net, you can quickly and easily install electric fencing around ponds and pools.
The kit also serves as protection for your pets or flower beds and gardens from small pests such as foxes, martens, herons, and other small predators that visit your gardens.
The complete kit comes with the fencee power P10 mains energizer, which is universally applicable for short fences with its 1 J output. The energizer is suitable for powering a fence with an installation length of up to 8 km. With its modern waterproof construction and the latest microprocessor technology inside, it offers a practical and reliable solution for powering your electric fence.
The green electric net with 20 poles in a length of 50 meters allows you to quickly and efficiently install electric fencing with a height of 65 cm. Installation and dismantling of the net is very easy and quick. This makes your fence very flexible and easy to change and move. Thanks to the net set , you can safely protect your property from unexpected guests visiting your flowerbeds, ponds or orchards.
Included in the energizer package:
- 1× ground cable 150 cm (eyelet-mesh)
- 1× connection cable 100 cm (eye-bead)
- 1× warning plate
- 1× operating instructions
|230 V ~
|Energizer consumption 230 V
|Output voltage 500 Ω
|LED error check
|TEOR. max. CEE
|Earthing 1 m
|El. fence nets
Manuals and files for downloadingManual fencee power P
- 10 principles for the correct functioning of the fence
- Can fencee energizers endure rain, snow or sun shining?