Mx9 Forcefield Mains Fencers  [135MX9]

Mx9 Forcefield Mains Fencers [135MX9]

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The MX-9 Mains Fenceris a high quality mains electric fencer with adjustable settings that is suitable for use on large permanent electric fences.The MX-9 Mains Fenceris engineered using microchip technology to allow digital control over the pulse of the electric fence. With this technology you are able to control the time, frequency, and power of the pulse which lets you maximise the effect of your electric fence. Even though the MX-9 Mains Fenceris a very sophisticated electric fence it is still very easy to install and maintain.
The MX-9 Mains Fencerhas an easy to read light up display that is visible from up to 30 metres away. This display gives you vital information on the performance and effectiveness of your electric fence. The MX-9 Mains Fencer also features an audible alarm to signal poor performance and low output on your electric fence.

Specifications of the MX-9 Mains Fencer

Output (500 Ohms)
Output Joules
Stored Joules
Maximum Distance Km
Maximum Area Acres
Maximum Area Hectares


Applications and uses for the MX-9 Mains Fencer

Cattle: Cattle are easily fenced with little or no problems. Dairy cows that are accustomed to electric fences can normally be strip grazed with a single strand of polywire or tape.
Sheep and Goats: Sheep and goats have longer hair than other livestock, this hair acts as an insulator against the electric fence. This situation is easily resolved by using a stronger power outage than is needed with other livestock.
Horses: Even though horses can be livelier and more energetic than cattle, they are just as easy to contain. The containment of an electric fence provides safety and security for the animal. It is recommended that tape be used for fencing instead of wire to make the boundaries clearly visible for the animals.
Pigs:Tape is also recommended for good visibility when containing pigs. Distance between the fence lines and number of fence lines are important factors though when containing pigs. 

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