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November 2, 2020 Modern Fencing

Build Your Own Electric Fence Ideas

Electric Fence – Fences are often used in a rural setting to keep animals in a certain territory and to keep predators away. Unfortunately, many predators are very intelligent and find a way to go over or dig under the fence. The best way to keep the animals out and your cattle inside is to make an electric fence. You do not have to consider building an electric fence, rather, you can electrify an existing one as needed.

Installing an Electric Fence

Installing an Electric Fence

6 inch (15.24 cm) long plastic insulation from 6 to 8 inches (15.24 to 20.32 cm) from the top, bottom and middle of each fence post. These insulators will keep the wire of the electric fence. Extend the 12.5 gauge power cord through each plastic insulation. Loose wire loose with a wire tensioner. Connect your AC charger to the AC outlet outdoors. Connect the two lines of the fence to each other by insulated cable. Stick the insulated wire to expose two inches (5.08 cm) of bare wire. Attach the lower wire to the upper wire with the insulated wire.

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Measures an insulated cable length that extends from the bottom of the fence wiring to the AC charger. 2 inches (5.08 cm) from both ends of the cable and connect one end of the lower power cable to the fence and the other end to the positive terminal on the AC adapter. Ground the grounding poles on the ground every 10 feet (3 m) from the AC charger to the fence. Cut a piece of cable insulated enough to reach the grounding rod closest to the fence. Put the cable in both ends. Connect the wire to the ground rod with brass tips by tightening the clamp with a screwdriver. Attach the other end of the wire to the negative end of the AC charger. That’s all the steps about create your own electric fence.

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