Zareba® Insulated Hookup Wire
Looking for a good insulated hookup wire rated up to 20,000 volts?
Our Zareba® Insulated Hookup Wire is used as a lead-out wire from fence charger to the fence or as a jumper wire between fence strands. It can also be used underground between gate openings and under driveways.
With insulation rated up to 20,000 volts, this 14 gauge, Class III galvanized wire prevents voltage and energy loss.
Zareba® is the largest manufacturer of electric fence systems offering durable, reliable electric fence products for all of your animal fencing needs.
Zareba® Insulated Hookup Wire - Specifications
- Use as a lead-out wire from fence charger to the fence or as a jumper wire between fence strands
- Can also be used underground between gate openings and under driveways
- Insulation rated up to 20,000 volts
- 14 gauge, Class III galvanized wire
- Prevents voltage and energy loss
Disclaimer: Zareba® System does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Zareba® Insulated Hookup Wire, 125 Feet is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by Heattran from Zareba Insulated Hook Up Wire - 125' We bought this product to replace the "jumpers" across our various pasture gates. The "jumpers" we replaced were a length of wire attached at one end of the gate and pulled across and attached to the other side of the gate via an insulated handle. The Zareba product worked great and as I speak we have finished 3 of our 4 gates. Importantly, the wire is exactly as advertised and easy to strip for connection to the pasture electric fence wire. If you plan to buy this wire also plan to buy a box of heavy staples to attached the wire to the posts on both sides of gate, Do not over staple as that could damage or short the wire. Depending upon the size of the gate you should be able to wire 3 -4 gates from a single role. Remember when measuring to include the vertical rise from ground to wire level on both sides. Also leaving a little extra wire at ground level is a good idea if for any reason wire becomes exposed and is pulled.Date published: 2016-02-14
I need a few hundred feet of wire to connect fencer to electric fence. Is this wire appropriate? If so, how do I splice it together for the length I need and/or do you sell it in longer length?