Selecting the Right Energiser

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Daken has been involved in supplying and manufacturing electric fence products since the 1960’s.  We are committed to providing the best quality, best value and most innovative products on the market. 

When choosing an  electric fence energiser there are three main groups to look at.

Those groups are Mains Powered, Battery Powered and Solar Powered.

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Mains Powered

Mains powered energisers are the preferred option for permanent electric fence applications. They are less expensive, they require no battery maintenance. Mains powered energisers must be installed inside out of the weather. Clark Farm Equipment offers 5km, 15km, 35km, 60km and 100km units.
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Battery Powered

Daken battery powered energiser are the perfect partner for strip grazing, temporary fencing and remote applications. They will use a battery where mains power is not available. Small portable models to high power units are available.  The  advantage is that they can be remotely installed, right at the fence. Battery life will generally correspond to the output power of the energiser. High output energisers will require a larger battery in order to operate for a reasonable length of time between recharging. Clark Farm Equipment offers 2km, 6km, 12km, 20km, 50km and 80km units.
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Solar Powered

Daken solar powered energisers are ideal for remote locations or where mains power is not readily accessible. More for Longer periods of strip grazing, temporary fencing and for permanent placement. Clark Farm Equipment offers 2km, 5km, 12km, 20km, 50km and 80km units.



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