Your Voltage electric fence has been designed to be left on 24/7 providing you with permanent security. The only time you would switch your fence off will be when you want to cut back trees or foliage.
A good battery has a 6-8 hour charge providing your fence with Voltage for that period till full power is restored. It is very important to replace your back up battery every 2 years be it your gate motor, electric fence or alarm battery.
It is very difficult to cut a high voltage line but not impossible. You would also have to deal with a nasty shock and immediately the alarm will trigger.
They can do this but due to the fence design using springs the wire will be shorted out when touching under pressure and trigger the alarm. Make sure that heavy duty springs are used.
The maximum voltage allowed by law is 10,000 volts and the average setting is between 7,000 and 11,000 volts to allow for fluctuations. It's not the voltage of the energizer that determines the shocking power of the fence. The shocking power is measured in Joules, 2 being an entry level energizer and designed for smaller [...]
If the fence is installed correctly with no shortcuts of material, this should be your only maintenance that the fence will require. We strongly recommend keeping the trees cut back preventing unnecessary alarm trips and damage to your energizer.
These days we definitely recommend connecting the 2 systems.
A Voltage electrified fence is an excellent first line of defence, visually and from a fear factor. It is designed to keep unwanted people outside. Should it be cut or tampered with the alarm will sound.
Cats can smell the magnetic field and would not normally approach the electric fence. Dogs will not normally touch a second time but they will not be harmed if they do.
No, the pulse is intermittent. Should a child or adult touch the fence the immediate reaction is to pull away after initial shock.