Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

$99.99
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Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

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Powerfields D-Cell Portable Trail Fence Charger

 

Ideal for small properties up to ½ an acre. Electrifies up to 1 mile of multi-wired fencing or 1/2 acre of 4 strand polytape. Operates between 8 to 10 weeks on 2, D-cell batteries.

 

Features:
  • Wind and rain resistant case
  • Built-in fence hook
  • 2 Surge protection devices
  • Flashing output indicators
Item Specifications:
  • Model# HP-B2D
  •  Low Impedance
  • Contains: Horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats
  • Power Source: 2 D-Cell batteries
  • Stored Joule Rating: .024
  • Distance: 1 miles
  • Acres Controlled: up to 1/2
  • No Load: 10,000 V
  • 500 ohm Load: 670 V
  • Dimensions: 6.5”L x  4.5”W x  4” H
  • 2 Year Exchange for New Manufacturer Return Policy

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is it safe for dogs?
Shane F on Mar 18, 2015
Best Answer: I'm not sure, works good for the horses, have a short fence area not controlled by another charger that I use this one, does last 8 weeks on batteries, would be better to contact the manufacture about for dogs.
Reply · Report · Shirley L on Mar 19, 2015
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watt :-) is the output, if it were continuous, how long between batteries, (Will use it for a pump) if pump was turned off at night?
Niklash P on Jul 5, 2015
Best Answer: You change the batteries every six weeks if continuous, not sure if you turn it off at night and use during the day, I suggest you check for power at the 6 week mark. It is a great charger I really like it.
Reply · Report · Kathryn D on Jul 5, 2015
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