The all new Mark 8, low impedance fencer gives you the stock holding power that you have always wanted. Shocks right through wet weeds or brush and over extremely dry ground. Features Parmak`s exclusive built-in DIGITAL performance meter that tells you the exact condition of the fence. Takes the guesswork out of electric fencing. 100% solid state, with all new low impedance, uni-junction circuitry. No moving parts. Ideal for use with high tensile single or multi-wire fences. New color coded fence and ground terminals. Red to the fence and Black to ground. The Mark 8 operates for less than 7 cents a month at 7 cents per kwh. Fuse protection, with new built-in lightning arresters. Full 3 year warranty covers damage caused by lightning.
- Single or multi-wire high tensile fence.
- Advanced built-in computer controlled circuitry
- Digital meter shows voltage on fence
- Low Impedance
- Designed for medium pastures
- Ideal for livestock or predator control
- Charges up to 30 miles of fence – 4.9 Joules*
- Indoor installation
- UL listed (US & Canada)
|Indoor / Outdoor Installation||Indoor only|
|Power Source||110v-120v AC|
|Fence Voltage - Open Circuit||13500|
|Fence Voltage - 500 ohm||7750|
|Fence Voltage - 100 ohm||4600|
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