Questions about Zareba® 10 Mile AC Powered Low Impedance Charger

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Q.Will the Zareba® 10 Mile AC Powered Low Impedance Charger Model #: EAC10M-Z help to keep ground hogs/wood chucks out of a garden?
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Yes, this energizer is sufficient to keep nuisance pests out of a garden area.

Q.Will snow be an issue on lower wires?
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We recommend disconnecting the lower wires during periods of heavy snow to keep the fence from grounding out.

Q.What KV output should I get from the A10 when I test the charger (not the fence).
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This energizer will output 10,500 volts (+/- 20%) when tested with a fence tester across the terminals with both the fence and ground wires removed. The reading in KV is 10.5.

Q.Will a concrete sidewalk act as a conductor? I have a 3' high chain link fence which borders a concrete side walk. I want to add a charged wire about 12" above the top of the link fence to discourage deer from leaning in and nibbling and jumping in. Would this fence conduct through if a deer is on the sidewalk?
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In order to receive a shock, the animal would need to be standing on earth ground. If this is not an available option, we recommend installing a two wire ground system. Please click here and view page 15 for more information on this system. If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-ZAREBA (1-855-592-7322).

Q.Can I use a volt meter to check the fence? What voltage should I read to ensure proper ground?
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We do not recommend using a volt meter as they are designed to read high amps and low voltage. Our fence energizers are the opposite as they put out low amps and high volts. For the most accurate reading, we recommend using a fence tester such as the Zareba 8-Light Electric Fence Tester (Model RSVT8). The grounding should have less than 500 volts.


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