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How do I know I have a fault on my fence?
1. For the effective management of wildlife and for security purposes a voltage in excess of 4.5KV needs to be maintained on the fence line at all times. High powered Stafix energizers, good earthling and a clean fence line will contribute to effective fence management.
2. On a monitored security fence if the voltage drops below 3KV the alarm on the unit will trigger. On a conventional unmonitored game fence low voltage can be seen by a low red reading on the Stafix Energizer Bar Graph and also by the flashing of the fence alerts if they are fitted to the fence.
3. An accurate fence voltage can be read by checking the fence voltage reading with a Stafix Volt Meter.
For quick effective fault finding a Stafix fence Compass is recommended.
4. There are a number of reasons for reduced voltage on a fence line. Some of the factors include:
5. For effective fault finding and fence maintenance one should equip one's staff with the following accessories:
|Electric Fence Training|
|Cpplus CCTV Training|
|Cpplus Advanced CCTV Training|
|Certificate of Compliance|
|How To Guides|
|Fault on Fence|
|Basic Fault Finding|
|Cpplus CCTV Manuals|
|Game \ Agric Fencing|
|Robo Guard Installations|