Zareba EAC25M-Z AC-Powered Low-Impedance 25-Mile-Range Charger For Sale
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Zareba EAC25M-Z AC-Powered Low-Impedance 25-Mile-Range Charger
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AC-powered charger for all types of electric fences, including high tensile, polywire, and polytape25-mile range; delivers safe, effective, high-voltage shocks with digital timing; UL listedHandles heavily weeded conditions; low-impedance design maintains maximum energy on the fenceFence OK indicator light; clearly labeled, color-coded terminals for easy set-upMeasures approximately 4-4/5 by 9-2/5 by 11-2/3 inches; 2-year warranty
Have a lot of weeds along your electric fence line? The Zareba 25 Mile AC Low Impedence Fence Charger can be used to help control all types of animals, even predators. It powers all types of fences, including high tensile, poly wire and poly tape in heavy weed conditions. Can maintain maximum energy on long fences and delivers safe, effective high-voltage shocks with digital timing. Features include fuseless design, an indicator light that shows charger is working, and a rugged, weather-resistant case. 1-joule output at 75-ohm, 115-volt, 60 cycle, pulsed output (1-second intervals). Uses 10 to 18 gauge wire. UL listed. Comes with a 2-year warranty that includes damage caused by lightning
BrandZarebaItem Model NumberEAC25M-ZManufacturerZareba SystemsItemDimensions11.7 x 4.8 x 9.4 inchesItem Weight0.08 pounds
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