Zareba 5 Mile Solar Charger

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Zareba 5 Mile Solar Charger


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Product Summary:

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Zareba 5 Mile Solar Charger
Powers up to 5 miles under ideal conditions.  Patented mechanical heliotropic capability allows the fence energizer to turn to face the sun no matter which direction the T-Post faces.  Solar panel features compartmental damage resistant construction.  6 volt battery included.
Product Features:
  • Flashing fence OK light
  • 360 degree rotation allows charger to rotate on T-Post to face the sun
  • Resists shorts
  • Made in the USA
Item Specifications:
  • Model #ESP5M-Z
  • Low Impedance
  • Contains small animals, horses, cattle, pigs, and sheep
  • Use with Steel or Alumimum wire, poly wire, poly rope, poly tape
  • Power Source: 6V battery
  • Output Joule Rating: .1
  • Output Voltage: 8.6 KV +/-20% open circuit voltage
  • Distance: 5 miles
  • UL Listed
  • 1 Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty including Lightning Damage

Product Reviews by Customers

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is this unit weather proof ?
philipw on Oct 14, 2015
Best Answer: My charger sits outside and has continued working through the elements of extreme heat, wind, and rain... no problems yet... it has continued working great.
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where is this product made and is it suitable for cattle?
steve s on May 19, 2015
Best Answer: Not sure where it is made but it is definitely strong enough for cattle. I use mine for the horses. It says that the one a step down from the 5-mile charger is strong enough for cattle.
Reply · Report · Christina S on May 20, 2015
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