This solar charger can handle all wire types and light weeds.
Zareba® 5 Mile Solar Charger
Controlling livestock in a location without access to AC power is easy with the Zareba® 5 Mile Solar Fence Charger.
The Zareba® 5 Mile Solar Fence Charger powers up to 5 miles of fence and can be used with the following fence types: steel/aluminum, poly wire/poly rope and poly tape.
Patented mechanical heliotropic capability allows the energizer to turn to face the sun, regardless of the direction the T-post faces. Made in the USA, this charger can be used in conditions with no weeds or light weeds. The solar panel features compartmental damage-resistant construction.
Features include: 6-volt battery (included) and flashing "Fence OK" light to let you know the charger is working. With .1 joule output, it has intermittent DC output and a range of 5 miles under ideal conditions.
Comes with a 1-yr limited warranty that includes damage caused by lightning. Register your Zareba® Systems charger online within 30 days of purchase.
Solar Charger Features
Our new solar powered fence chargers feature exclusive heliotropic technology.
This functionality allows the solar electric fence chargers to rotate 360
degrees on a T-Post to face the sun.
Solar Fence Installation
Zareba® is the largest manufacturer of electric fence systems offering durable, reliable electric fence products for all of your animal fencing needs.
Zareba® 5 Mile Solar Charger - Specifications
- 360° rotation allows charger to rotate on T-Post to face the sun
- Powers up to 5 miles of fence using a sun charged battery
- Input Voltage: 6 VDC
- Output Voltage: 8.6 KV +/- 20% open circuit voltage
- Can be used with steel, aluminum, poly wire, poly rope or poly tape
- Low-impedance technology allows for longer battery life
- Resists shorts when the fence is in contact with weeds
- One year limited warranty includes damage caused by lightning
- Made in the USA
The Zareba® Fence Charger Warranty
ZAREBA® SYSTEMS LIMITED WARRANTY
Zareba (Red Snap’r, Blitzer and other energizers made by Woodstream warrants energizers with a mile rating under 20 miles for 12 months (a full year) from the date of purchase (or date or manufacture if proof of purchase is not provided) against defects in materials and workmanship, and from damage caused by lightning.
Energizers with a mile rating of 20 miles and over have a 24 month warranty (two years) total. Energizers with a mile rating of 50 miles or over have a 36 month warranty (three year) when registered on line at the time of purchase.
For any sized energizer, retain your receipt for proof of purchase or register your energizer on line at www.zarebasystems.com immediately after purchase. Also, please reference the web page for a list of Authorized Repair Centers and instructions on returning fence controllers for service.
Energizers which come equipped with the Storm Guard lightning protection module are warranted only when the Storm Guard is properly being used on the fencer.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO BOTH 30-DAY RETURN POLICY AND THE LIMITED WARRANTY
Neither the 30-day return policy nor the limited warranty applies to any defect caused by improper installation, misuse, product alterations, tampering, neglect, or any similar reason not related to product malfunctions or defects in the materials or workmanship of the product. The 30-Day return policy and the limited warranties are given only to the original purchaser of the product and not to any subsequent owners or to any other user or person when installed and used in accordance with the instructions found in the owner’s manual. No person is authorized to grant any warranty additional to or different from this written warranty.
To make a warranty claim, you must contact Woodstream Corp. at 800-800-1819 or www.zarebasystems.com regarding the defective product or parts during the warranty period or contact one of the Authorized Repair Centers listed on www.zarebasystems.com.
If you have not registered your energizer on line immediately after purchase, you may need to provide additional information such as, your name, mailing address, proof of your purchase date, and a description of the problem. If the defect is covered by the limited warranty, Woodstream Corp. or a repair station will repair or replace (at its option) the defective product or parts
NEITHER THE SELLER NOR THE MANUFACTURER SHALL HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM OR CAUSED BY ANY DEFECT, FAILURE, OR MALFUNCTION OF ANY PRODUCT.
UPON EXPIRATION OF THE 30 DAY RETURN POLICY, NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OTHER THAN THE LIMITED WARRANTY PROVIDED HEREIN IS MADE, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WHICH MAY ARISE AT LAW ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED UNLESS STATE LAW PRECLUDES DISCLAIMING THEM IN WHICH CASE THEY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, EXCLUSION, OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR CERTAIN PURCHASERS, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
SERIAL NUMBER INFORMATION
The serial number for all Woodstream Corp. fence energizers will go to a 10 digit serial number. The format for the 10 digit serial number is as follows:
XX XX XX XXXX
Year Month Day Serial number
If no sales receipt is provided with the return, we will use the date of manufacture.
Please contact Woodstream Corp. for all warranty claims or returns: Woodstream Corp., 69 North Locust Street, Lititz, PA. 17543, 800-800-1819. www.zarebasystems.com
Disclaimer: Zareba® System does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Zareba® 5 Mile Solar Charger is rated out of 5 by 6.Rated 5 out of 5 by Alaska Fairie from Great customer service, excellent products! Zareba chargers have been keeping the bears out of my coop. That makes me & the girls real happy.Date published: 2015-08-28Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike from Awesome! Easy to install, and no 120V required. The deer attempted one entry to the garden so far......Date published: 2016-07-30Rated 5 out of 5 by JDSB336 from Great charger I have several of these as we board over 30 horses and have always has great success!Date published: 2015-12-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review Has enough kick to keep my horses off the fence.Date published: 2014-09-06Rated 5 out of 5 by Redcell6 from Just What the doctor prescribed Had problems with a family of varmints (raccoons) to be precise . The last 3 years they were eating my GRAPES. Tried everything from predator urine to sprays that have all sorts of herbs ( garlic, Tabasco ,mint, clove) nothing work. Even put a radio on with a station that had talking, nope didn't work either. I even used motion lights....are you kidding didn't phase them they thought they were eating at some high end grape cuisine with exquisite lighting. Well the day came when Zareba 5 mile solar energizer came in to town! It was lights out literally. Received my solar 5 mile energizer and started to commence to set a hasty 360 defensive perimeter around my grape trellis. I used the post pin lock insulator and 20,0000 volt hook up wire that was attached to five poly wire strands every six inches starting with a hot, ground, hot, ground, hot. Look pretty impressive but would it work when the varmin breach my defensive line? I charged the battery for the 3 days to get the battery up to voltage and was nervously crossing my fingers for those 3 days and sleepless nights or should I say early mornings till it was charged. Once it was charged I set up my security camera on motion and pointed the camera at the trellis and turned on the energizer before dusk and waited? Well.... Someone was on my side that night cause three days no varmin and the fourth day at 3:50 in the morning they arrived ready to eat at the starlight cuisine...nope not tonight or any night. Anyway He/she don't no don't care saw the poly wire it's yellow with three stainless steel wire's wrapped around it, pretty dang strong. and started to investigate it , circling around the perimeter being very careful. Why I don't know but have heard animals can sense electricity? When it thought everything was good to go it started its normal routine to climb the trellis.....not, WOW BANG, ZOOM, TO THE MOON. It's tail went straight up kinda like your hair when you get a jolt if you no what I mean, and took off like bullet like a 357 magnum, kinda reminded me of the Wile E. coyote cartoon (lol). Well that's the end of the raccoons never did see the come back they didn't even try oh well there's a next year.......BUT ZAREBA will be waiting. Kind regards and thanks Zareba. P.S. The concord grape jam and Concord grape juice was excellent.Date published: 2015-09-11Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review I noticed there were a ton of negative reviews on Zareba products but I didn't have the luxury of time so I took a chance. I'm glad I did.At first I thought I had screwed up because I couldn't get consistent performance out of the fence. Sometimes you could touch it for a moment and nothing would happen. Sometimes you'd get a small shock, sometimes you'd get blasted. I figured something was wrong with the unit. Actually, I have this one and the 2 mile Solar unit and both were doing the same thing. So I thought, "Well, that's what you get for rushing into it without doing the proper research."But I'm a math/science guy and I thought, "I can't honestly say I know for a fact that these units are defective without testing them. So I bought a $29 fence tester. Thank God I did!Turns out these units send a pulse of electricity every one or two seconds. I'm not sure of the timing. But I had figured it would be an open circuit that would blast you the moment you touched it. Not true. You can often times touch the fence for a moment or two and nothing will happen if you're in between pulses. But if you touch it at the right time you'll be blasted.So the tester helped me understand how these units work.The second thing it helped me do was diagnose a bad ground. The tester will tell you how many volts you're getting with each shock. You test it at the unit itself and then test to fence to see how much you are losing. With a clean fence and a pretty good ground I was getting about 9,000 volts out of both units at the fence. I was getting 12,000 volts testing the unit itself. Those were the best numbers I could get. But trust me....9,000 volts is a solid shock. Take your shoes off and stand barefoot on the ground and touch that fence. You'll jump two feet in the air.So if you're working with electric fences for the first time, make sure of two things:1) Get a tester that's built specifically for electric fences. Not only will you use it to diagnose a bad ground during installation, but you can test the fence regularly to see if it's getting grounded out by weeds. You'll see the voltage start to drop. When it gets below 8,000 I clear the fence again and it goes back up around 9,000.2) You need an awesome ground. I don't even know you and I can't see your setup but I can tell you right now the problem is your ground. It's really about the only problem you can have with such a simple setup like this. If the unit works then all you need is a good ground and you're ready to go. Make sure you have a minimum of two (preferably three) long ground rods installed as per the instructions - about 10 feet apart.There are a lot of bad reviews on these fencing units and I know from experience that most of the time the unit is fine. The installation wasn't done properly and the fence wasn't properly tested.Date published: 2014-08-20
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- All About
All About Fence Chargers
Chargers are the heart of the fence system, providing the source for the electric current that flows through the fence wire.
The size of charger needed is dependent upon your fencing needs. These needs are determined by three main factors: the length of the fence (number of wires), the power source (AC, DC or Solar), and the type of animal being contained or excluded.
See our comparison charts of our fence chargers to help you determine which is best for your needs.
Types of Chargers
There are three main types of chargers: AC-Powered, Battery-Operated and Solar-Powered. The source of power for the charger to function determines the type of charger you will be using. Each type of charger has specific situations in which it is most desirable to use.
Selecting the right fence charger with adequate power for your enclosure is critical to keeping your animals safe.