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Forming the heart of your electric fence system, energizers provide the source for the electric current that flows through the fence wire.
Your choice of fence energizer depends on the following key factors:
Length of your fence
Number of wires
Type of animal contained or excluded.
Things to Consider
Where should you install you Energizer?
If you plan to use a 110 V plug to power your energizer, it should be placed inside a barn or shed near the power source.
Patriot Dual-Purpose energizers (P30, P20, P10, P5) offer both a weather-resistant case and a built‑in clip‑on-wire feature allowing them to be attached directly to the fence wire.
If you are using solar energizers, they are most effective if placed along the middle of the fence with the panel facing towards the South.
In all cases, refer to your energizer’s user manual for specific installation instructions and always mount out of reach of children and animals.
Can I use more than one energizer?
Yes, you can use more than one energizer, but each must be on a separate fence system.
Never connect more than one energizer to the same fence.