American FarmWorks 10-Mile Solar Low Impedance Fence Charger at Tractor Supply Co.
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American FarmWorks 10-Mile Solar Low Impedance Fence Charger

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Harvest the sun's energy for your fencing needs! With the American FarmWorks 10-Mile Solar Low Impedance Fence Charger, you'll have the containment power you need without worrying about dead batteries or electrical outlets. Use this 0.15-joule output solar energizer to keep short-haired animals properly contained inside their fencing. For use in moderate vegetation conditions. Battery is included. Once this battery is fully charged by its solar panel, your energizer can operate up to 2 weeks with no sun.

  • Energizes 10 miles of fence wire under optimal conditions
  • For use in moderate vegetation conditions
  • "Fence OK" indicator light shows when charger is activated
  • Ideal for remote locations
  • Mounts quickly on T-posts and other surfaces with integrated mounting
  • Capable of operating day and night up to 2 weeks with no sun
  • Solar power, 6-volt battery (included), 0.15-joule output, low impedance
  • Operates American FarmWorks fencing, including high tensile steel or aluminum wire, poly wire, poly rope and poly tape
  • Controls many types of livestock, including horses, cattle, pigs, poultry and sheep
  • 1 year limited warranty for peace of mind
  • Made in USA

Specification Description
Brand: American FarmWorks
Mileage Rating: 10 mi.
Battery Type: 6 V
Weed Conditions: Moderate, Dry
Power Type: Solar
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Product Type: Solar Fence Controllers
Power Source: Solar
Manufacturer Part Number ESP10M-AFW
American FarmWorks 10-Mile Solar Low Impedance Fence Charger is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 93.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great! We have two of these panels and have used them for 2 years! They work very well- all through the night and are simple to move from field to field as we move the horses!
Date published: 2018-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install Bought one last year after buying the smaller unit for my riding ring. Worked through small brush
Date published: 2018-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product We bought this charger to use around a hay field, very great product & very well pleased
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! Bought this a month ago to keep 11 yearling bulls contained. Worked excellent. They respect it even when it's off!! I was able to run one strand of tape without a problem. About 600' worth. Highly recommend this for ranch use!
Date published: 2018-06-18
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How much does this product weigh.

Asked by: Paulbfranklin
Out of the box, this unit weighs approximately 9 pounds.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Support
Date published: 2017-04-21

Should solar charger be stored in winter? Temps below freezing?

Asked by: Ma E
Is the energizer in use during this time? If not, we recommend storing the charger with the battery removed and with a cloth covering the solar panel. Otherwise, this energizer is designed to be exposed to the elements and can be used during any season.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Team
Date published: 2018-05-25

How many volts should.this unit put out? I have 7800 feet of 12 1/2 gauge high tensile wire with 3- 8' ground rods. I am getting roughly 3500 volts. Hoped it would have been between 5 and 7 thousand volts

Asked by: Tnvols76
This energizer will output 9,500 volts (+/- 20%).
Answered by: American FarmWorks Team
Date published: 2018-05-09

Can't get it to work.   Charger is up, two ground rods in 8 ft long, wire up and connected to box.  Light flashed but tester doesn't show any juice.  Can't bring myself to touch it with hand.    BJ

Asked by: BJmarie
Testing a fence line by touch can be very misleading, as wearing shoes will insulate from feeling most of or all of the shock. We recommend testing an energizer under no load, with the hot and ground wires removed, with an electric fence tester. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-ZAREBA (1-855-592-7322) for additional assistance.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Support
Date published: 2018-04-29

Does this charger have an on/off switch that I can use to shut off power to the fence?

Asked by: TrashPanda
Yes, this charger does have an on/off switch.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Team
Date published: 2018-06-11

Can this battery be charged by plugging into an electric outlet as an alternative way to charge?

Asked by: KD13
The battery in this energizer can either be charged in the sun in the off position for three days or with a six volt trickle charger for 24 hours.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Team
Date published: 2018-06-02

need it to run 4 wires in 10 acres, i have 2 150lb great pyreneese/labrador mixes that arent that bright, i see it will work for the goats, but will it keep the dogs in and coyotes out? also, will an errant hedge limb ground it out if it touches a wire?

Asked by: Lawdawg7051
This energizer will successfully contain or exclude a number of animal types, including bulls, pets, cattle, goats, horses, pigs, coyotes and sheep. We recommend keeping the fence line free from vegetation as much as possible.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Team
Date published: 2017-10-04

For protecting chickens, how many rows of wire do you recommend? Also, if the electrified wire touches the fence, will it also shock anyone or animal that touches it?

Asked by: Duncans Mom
To deter predators, we recommend 5-6 electrified wires. The hot wire should not come in contact with other fences as it will cause a short and either drop voltage or ground out the fence.
Answered by: American FarmWorks Support
Date published: 2017-07-05
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