Do you need to contain your dogs within a fixed area around your property? Then we have the ideal solution: The PAC Electric Fence System This system is highly reliable; can encompass any shape of garden or estate, at very low cost; and can be hidden from view.
- Surround and enclose all or part of your garden, paddock or estate, and give your dog freedom to roam within it.
- Continuous and automatic surveillance (24/7)
- Stimulus intensity adjusts automatically under micro-processor control.
- Digital Signal Processing for complete immunity to outside radio interference
- Waterproof durable housing for collar electronics
- Transient voltage suppressor protects against 95% of local, adjacent lightning strikes
- Open circuit warning alarm
- Easy to install with a step-by-step guide
PAC Electronic dog Control Fence
The PAC Electronic Fence system is ideal where you wish to contain one or more dogs without needing an ugly and obtrusive boundary fence. Each dog that needs to be contained wears an active electronic collar unit. Whenever the dog is nears the boundary his collar is designed to respond to a low strength radio signal. The boundary itself comprises an inexpensive, PVC-coated loop-wire. No-Go areas within the boundary – such as swimming pools, flower beds and child-play-areas may be selectively excluded within the containment area, by using a simple, wire twisting technique, locally to nullify the radio signals.
Continuous and Automatic Surveillance
PAC’s Electronic Fence effectively gives continuous (24/7), automatic and unattended surveillance. Whenever a dog moves into the Active Zone (set by the user, normally to 1-2 metres from the wire), his collar receives a radio signal. The collar then emits audible, warning bleeps, and if he does not withdraw within two seconds, the system ‘ramps-up’ to administer corrective electrical stimuli. The longer the dog is within the active zone; and the closer his proximity to the wire; the greater the intensity of the deterrent stimulation. Thus, the dog self-elects to approach the boundary; and if he runs at it, the system activates immediately. Any number of dogs (each wearing
Electronic fence control unit
The electronic Control Unit, which needs to be installed undercover, generates radio signals for the loop-wire. It also incorporates monitoring and adjustment of the Active Zone size (i.e. distance from the wire); standby batteries to keep the system running in the event of a mains power-failure; and a timer-controlled socket, into which a collar may simply be plugged whenever it needs recharging.
Electronic collar unit
The collar unit is a rechargeable waterproof unit that contacts with the dog via two stainless steel probes. Each collar can give up to 2-4 weeks of operation (up to 3 months in standby mode). An LED on the collar indicates battery charge status.
The notional maximum length of the standard (0.75 mm2), low cost, multi-cored, PVC covered cable is 600m, but heavier gauge (1.5 mm2 ) loop-wire may be used for much longer boundaries. Suitable wire can be purchased from PAC or from most electrical wholesalers. The two tails of the loop connect to the Control Unit.
|Collar Unit||Weight – 130g (4.5 Oz)|
|Size (HxWxD) – 40x50x25mm|
|Warning – 2 Seconds|
|Battery – NiMH|
|Control Unit||Size (HxWxD) – 140x80x30mm|
|Voltage – 12 – 18v AC/DC|
|Zone Adj – 0-3m (ave loop)|
|Power Consumption – Negligible|
|Loop Wire||Max Length – 1500m (1.5mm 2) or 3000m (2.5mm 2)|
|Wire Type – 7/0.53-1.5mm2|