When you need a hard-working, heavy-duty energiser, choose one that is mains-powered. Thunderbird energisers will not let you down. The brand offers a variety of electric fence energisers, ranging from solar to battery to mains powered.
This particularly electric fence energiser is one of Thunderbird’s bigger systems. It can power up wires to a maximum of 130 kilometres. The energiser is also remote control ready, which allows you to turn the energiser back on or off when you do not need it.
The system also has a digital display where you can quickly read certain details about the energiser. You can see the voltage and other information. It also comes with terminals for both high and low outputs. Unlike other rivals out there, this energiser allows you to use both terminals at the same time.
The O-ring enclosure is tough and stable. After all, it is Australian-made, so you know that you only get quality products. Plus, this product meets the regulations set by the Australian and New Zealand standards. If you have the remote control, you can switch the energiser back to life to ensure feral animals stay away from the livestock.
Note that the Thunderbird 130km mains electric fence energiser provides two years’ warranty for the product. It also has six months of lightning warranty.
- Safety certified and approved to Australian and New Zealand Standards
- Digital voltage displays the level of voltage displayed to the fence
- Remote Ready turns energiser on or off from the fence line
- Low and High terminals both can be used at the same time to different fence lines.
- A quality transformer is vacuum sealed, SMD electronics for better reliability
2 Year Manufacturers and 6 Month Lightning Strike Warranty
|Unit Of Measure||ea|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Power Usage||29 Watts|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Year Manufacturers and 6 Month Lightning Strike Warranty|
|Voltage No Load||7.8kV|
REVIEWS 55 Stars out of 1 Reviews.
Thunderbird 130km Mains Fence Energiser M-1680RGreat unit! Works well to with remote device to turnoff and on when in paddocks.