The fence tester is designed for measuring pulse voltages on the electric fences.
It features Smart Power technology so that it will turn on at the detection of a pulse and turn off after about 4 seconds when no pulse is detected.
This technology saves battery power and ensures that the fence tester is turned off when not in use.
Power supplied by 1 piece 9V (6F22) battery.?Not provided by seller?
Measurement Range: 0.3kv to 9.9kv (300 volts to 9,900 volts) pulse voltage.
Saving battery power and ensures that the fence tester is turned off when not in use.
Measurement Range:300V to 9900V pulse voltage
Pulse Rate:one pulse every 0.5 sec to 2 secs
Measurement Rate:each detection of a pulse passing trough the fence line under test
Power Consumption:about 0.03W
Operating Temperature:0-40 Celsius;
Battery:9V.6F22or equivalent ?Not provided by seller?
Size:174x70x33mm(for main body only)
1.Drive the probe into the moist soil. (If the soil is too dry, add a suitable amount of water to the soil in advance.)
2.Connect the test hook to the fence line.
3.The fence tester will turn on when a pulse is defected.
4.If further pulses are detected, the voltage will be displayed.
For more accurate measurement result, read the display after three pulses have been detected.
Note: Reading's unit is kV. For example, if the display reads 6.0, the voltage value is 6.0 kV.
5.After the test hook is removed from the fence, the last reading will be held on the display for about 4 seconds.
It will turn off automatically in 4s when no pulse.
Helpful for finding fence line faults
Test voltage levels on your fence line and fence controller
LCD display screen indicates voltage levels from 0.3kv to 9.9kv (300 volts to 9,900 volts)
Keep one on hand for regular fence line maintenance
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