M950 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

Brand: Gallagher
Brand: Gallagher

M950 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

SKU: 324302

£369.00

Incl. VAT 20%
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- Mains powered - Ideal for fences up to 42 km - Voltage 7,700 V - Charging energy 9 Joule - 7 year warranty! Suitable for; horses - cattle - sheep - goats - deer


Gallagher M950 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

Description

The Gallagher M950 from the special edition range is a powerful mains energiser that is suitable for long multiwire fencing with a length of up to 42 km. The energizer is maintenance-free and easy to operate. The energizer has a LED bar on the front that shows the energiser's performance. It also has a built-in lightning conductor.

 

Top features Gallagher M950 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser

  • Suitable for fences up to 42 km
  • Check energizer performance at a glance using the quick scan output voltage bar graph
  • With integrated lighting protection
  • Easy to install and operate mains equipment
  • Maintenance free

 

Register your device now and receive a 7-year warranty on this product!

Recommended number of earth stakes: 4 x 2 m
Stored energy (J): 9
Output energy (J): 6,2
Multiwire Distance - ideal conditions (km): 42
Multiwire Distance - with light growth (km): 31
Multiwire Distance - recommended (km): 11
Grid area (Hectare / Acre): 38/ 95
Current consumption (V/ mA): 11
Output voltage (V): 7700
Alarm indicator - LED fence voltage: No
Adaptive control Yes
Delay with load: Yes
Security with short - circuit: Yes
Built-in lightning diverter: Yes
Dimensions: (L x B x H) mm: 268 x 95 x 212
Weight (kg): 2.8
Ideal for/ keeping out: Horses, Cattle, Deer, Sheep, Pigs and Goats

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