An electric fence is easy to install and connect up, but once set up, it is recommended that you test whether everything is working correctly and that there are no short circuits that could weaken the electric pulse to render your fence ineffective. We at Cheetah highly recommend you never physically touch the live fence yourself to check if it is in fact receiving an electrical pulse through the wire, an electric fence tester offers a far more appealing alternative. This is the most reliable way to test the fence line without exposing yourself to an unpleasant sensation.

Depending on the model you choose, an electric fence tester can do a number of different things:

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Digital Volt Meter
  • Used for energiser testing and earthing.

  • Efficiency testing and tracing fence line faults.

  • Reads from 100v to 10,000v.

  • Includes pouch for safe keeping.

RRP €55
Neon Tester
  • Eight light voltage tester.

  • Neon lights indicate voltage levels.

  • Reads from 600v to 7,000v.

RRP €20
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Fault Finder
  • One touch operation.

  • Indicates direction of the fault.

  • Digital reading shows the voltage and current.

  • No wires or clips mean no tangles.

RRP €120