Cut-out switches are a time saving tool used to turn electricity off along the fenceline while troubleshooting or making repairs. Install one on each corner to eliminate a trip back to the energizer. Unused pastures and lower electric fence wires with high vegetation may also be easily cut off to increase fence voltage.
Fence Volt / Current Meter and Fault Finder G50905
Save Hours Checking Fence Lines for Shorts!
Gallagher’s Fault Finder is a top of the line current meter and digital volt meter built to help you identify and locate faults in your electric fence line. The Fault Finder measures voltage, current and shows the direction of current flow.
The extendable voltage probe allows you to easily measure voltage at points of difficult access such as cut out switches and Energizer terminals.
While sized to fit conveniently in your pocket (2.5″ x 5″), the Fault Finder is still easy to read and lasts up to 3 years on batteries that come included with the unit.
A versatile product which can be used in-line or at the end of a fence, with built in over-stretch protection. The tension spring offsets the expansion and shrinkage of wire caused by temperature fluctuations and keeps fence wire evenly tensioned during summer and winter.
Maintaining the tension on fence wires also prevents excessive strain on end or corner posts – reducing maintenance costs.
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Long life animal control
Built to last, the Geared Reel is hardwearing and easy to use, with practical features such as a transport lock and heavy duty gearbox for simple fence set up. The galvanized hook allows for easy attachment to fence and comes with a wire guide for tangle-free winding.
Power the back of your farm
This Geared Reel is for larger capacity farms where dependable power is required. The reel has a 2:1 gear ratio for a fast wind in on your longer fence setups.
Know Your Fence is Working!
For instant reassurance that your fence is working. Place permanently on your fence line and simply look for the flash (flashes with each pulse of the Energizer) when you pass by. No batteries required.
To setup, clip onto the fence wire and push the lead into the ground. If the voltage drops below 3000V, the Live Fence Indicator starts to flash intermittently and if the voltage drops below 2000V, the Live Fence Indicator will stop flashing altogether.
A highly visible yellow sign that warns that a fence is electrified. Easily clips onto fence wire and is required by law, to be used at least every 265′ on boundaries and anywhere else public have access to a fence.