40% less than RRP
Hotline has united its legendary dependability with the latest technology to bring you the impressive Phoenix series of electric fence energisers providing an unprecedented level of electric fence control. With 7 stored joules, the Phoenix HML700 is…
40% less than RRP
Hotline has united its legendary dependability with the latest technology to bring you the impressive Phoenix series of electric fence energisers providing an unprecedented level of electric fence control.
With 7 stored joules, the Phoenix HML700 is a cost effective, high power fence energiser for electric fences that have medium to heavy vegetation to deal with. As with the other mains powered Phoenix energisers, the HLM700 features a three colour 'status' bar graph, a menu driven LCD control and battery back-up facility.
The LCD provides fingertip access to important fence information, displaying output volts, return volts, earth leakage volts and stored energy, the status of which can be easily used to drive alarms. All of the Phoenix energisers feature a drop down cover, which safely conceals the terminals and protects the user from unexpected shocks.
Phoenix Energiser Operation - User Interface
The energiser has an LCD display and two control push buttons - (SET and SELECT). The energisers set button switches the fence to standby (ON).
While the fence is on the LCD display shows: The Fence Voltage in Kilovolts (at the start of the fence), the voltage of the reference earth in Kilovolts (an indication of the ground connection quality), the fence voltage at the end of the fence in Kilovolts - the return voltage in a closed loop and the stored power output to the fence in Joules.
There is also a three colour, status bar graph, light display on the front of the Phoenix energiser that gives a 'quick glance' indication of how efficiently the electric fence is operating.
Fence Performance Monitoring
As you have seen above, the Phoenix energisers measure and display the performance of the electric fence. This information can be used to activate alarms, in the event of a fence fault or high load condition (for example, excessive vegetation or continuous animal contact). The effectiveness of the fence depends on the fence voltage and the quality of earth connection through the ground stake.
To enable the Phoenix to 'collect' relevant information from the fence, the unit has four terminals.
The Phoenix HLM700 mains energiser has user configurable alarms that on purchase are set with factory defaults. User alarm preferences are stored in non-volatile memory; this means that your preferences are unaffected when the energiser is switched off or in the event of total power failure.
Alarm outputs are relayed to an internal sounder and to an external alarm port enabling the fitting of a strobe or siren. The alarms are easily configured using the menu control and can reviewed via the menu control at any time without interrupting the operation of the fence.
Alarms are deactivated automatically if the fence returns to a non alarm condition, or after a 20 minute period.
All Phoenix mains energisers have the facility to switch to battery back-up in the event of a power failure. Back-up power, supplied by a 12v leisure battery, is maintained by trickle charging from the energiser. When mains power is restored, the energiser will automatically revert to mains power. The alarm facility will also notify the user of low battery life.
An internal spark gap is fitted in the energiser in close proximity to the fence terminals that diverts high voltage to the earth. Internal circuitry is protected with transient voltage suppressors.
Please refer to the section 'Installation of Mains Energisers' in our Guide to understanding modern electric fences for more information on connecting your energiser.
Energiser Performance Figures - Phoenix HLM700
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|Maximum Recommended Distance: 45 Kilometres|
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