Zareba® Multi-light Electric Fence Tester - Specifications
- Measures the amount of voltage in your electric fence
- Lights calibrated to glow from 600 to 5500 volts
- Measures voltage drop between points along electric fence
- Tester has a 50 inch cord
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateFence Tester
Not as good of a tester as I had hoped, went with one that has voltage readings.Response From Zareba®Jennifer : Consumer Relations Representative
We are sorry to hear this tester did not meet your expectations! This is a multi-light tester and will provide the voltage reading in multiple levels (from 600-5500 volts).
Our products are covered by a 30 day return policy and a one year warranty with a copy of the purchase receipt. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-ZAREBA (1-855-592-7322) for further assistance.
Review RateInexpensive and works wellNeeded to test my small electric fence without being shocked. I remembered as a teenager (a long time ago) my uncle had one for me to use on his pasture. I went to the local farm/ranch supply and found them to be 35-40 $ for the least expensive. Too much!! I turned to the internet and found Zareba. Works better than my uncle because it gives power level reading as well and the price was MUCH more attractive.
Review Ratevoltage testerbought a week ago to test an electric fence. it works as designed.
Review RateAmazon ReviewWorks as advertised BUT it will not light up if the voltage of your electric fence is less than 600 volts. If I had looked closely at the tester I would have realized that, but I didn't and ended up thinking that there was no current going through my electric fence wire. I purchased the less expensive Areba A1LVT-Z and figured out that there was current passing through the fence wire. Went back and looked more closely at the Zareba A5 and then realized that it won't indicate a current (won't light up) if the voltage is less than 600 volts. So, five stars for the A5 because it works like it is supposed to. One star for me for not reading the directions. :)