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Solar Electric Fencing Energisers
- For the more remote or the environmentally aware customer there is also a solar powered energiser option saving the chore of constantly charging batteries and ensures constant supply of power to the fence.
- These units are combined and ideally matched for maximum performance.
- We have being carrying out several studies and have tested various systems in the field. Our conclusion is that a 20w monocrystalline solar panel is needed to ensure that a 2 joule fencer battery is kept fully charged and functional throughout the majority of weather conditions - including Winter.
- Below the 2 Joule rating a 10 watt panel will be adequate.
- With a solar panel constantly recharging your 12volt battery it is now feasible to leave your fencer for extended periods with no maintenance.
- All solar powered energisers are supplied with a 2 year warranty* and are covered by a comprehensive repair facility for your peace of mind
- It is possible to boost the output of a solar panel.
- Our energisers comply with the European Standard EN 60335- 2-76 and do not cause radio or TV interference. Our energisers also comply with European Directive (EMC) 89/336/EEC) and are printed with the CE mark.
* Warranty is against manufacturing faults and does not cover damage caused by flooding, animal damage or lightning strike. The solar panels have a glass surface so will need better consideration where they are sited.
High power energiser with integrated, high capacity 24 watt solar panel. The Fire Drake energisers have been designed to operate at popular power levels, suitable for a range of applications....£330.00
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