Zareba® Storm Guard
Looking for a way to protect your fence charger from damage due to lightning?
Our Zareba® Storm Guard Lightning Module helps to protect fence chargers from lightning damage. It works with all brands of low impedance fence chargers having greater than one joule output. This lightning module attaches quickly and easily to the fence and ground terminals on the fence charger to reduce damage from lightning strikes.
Features: Protects from lightning up to 6,500 peak amps, 1,250 peak joules, and clamping voltage of 8,250 volts.
Zareba® is the largest manufacturer of electric fence systems offering durable, reliable electric fence products for all of your animal fencing needs.
Zareba® Lightning Constrictor - Specifications
- Helps to protect fence chargers from lightning damage
- Works with all brands of low impedance fence chargers having greater than one joule output
- Attaches quickly and easily to the fence and ground terminals on the fence charger
- Protects from lightning up to 6,500 peak amps, 1,250 peak joules, and clamping voltage of 8,250 volts
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateGreat product! Great protection!I bought this Storm Guard to protect my Zareba AC 200 mile 15 joule fence charger. The Storm guard offers "extra assurance" when lightning storms are causing havoc and could possibly harm your pricey charger. For only $25 you cant go wrong!
Review RateAmazon ReviewThe indicator light that confirms function quit within a year--we use the clicking sound. It is sensitive to anything that grounds the circuit unintentionally. Have not tested its reach beyond a 30 x 40' garden. Must unplug to deactivate unless additional items purchased. If you are in a lightening prone area, be sure to read your warranty and that of any lightening device.
Review RateEasy FixI have 3 Zareba Fencers with Storm Guard and they work great, we just had a lightning storm and it only cost me $30.00 to replace the Storm Guard instead of buying a new unit for over $200.00. As to Liz not able to hear the fencer, there is a very easy fix, we went to Menards and picked up 3 dusk to dawn sensors, 3 small LED lights that have 21 bulbs on each light "Rated for almost 5 years use and 3 glass globes. We installed the lights so we could visually see the electricity on for the fences, we no longer have to go out to the fencers after or during the storm to see if they are working. Well worth the time & money.
Review RateAmazon ReviewI have two Zareba fencers that didn't work. After changing the Storm Guard module, now they work. What can I say?