Electric Fencing

Electric Fencing is a security barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals or intruders from crossing the fence. It typically consists of energizers, conductors, insulators, and posts, creating a charged boundary.


  • Energizer Unit: Powers the electric pulse and may include features like alarm systems.
  • Conductors: Wires or tapes carrying the electric charge.
  • Insulators: Keep the electric charge from grounding.
  • Posts: Support the conductors and maintain the structure.
  • Voltage Control: Adjustable to control the intensity of the shock.


  • Agricultural Use: Protects crops and livestock from wild animals and intruders.
  • Perimeter Security: Secures residential, commercial, and industrial properties.
  • High-Security Zones: Used in prisons, military installations, and sensitive areas.

Variants with Technical Specifications:

Battery-Powered Electric Fencing
    • Power Source: Operates on batteries, suitable for remote areas.
    • Voltage: Typically ranges from 4,000 to 10,000 volts.
Mains-Powered Electric Fencing
    • Power Source: Connects to the mains electricity.
    • Voltage: Can provide higher voltages, often exceeding 10,000 volts.
Solar Fencing
    • Power Source: Exclusively solar-powered.
    • Solar Panel Capacity: Higher capacity solar panels, often in the range of 20W to 100W

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Is Electric Fencing safe for humans and animals?

Yes, modern electric fences are designed to provide a deterrent without causing harm.

How do I install and maintain an Electric Fence?

Installation involves setting up posts, insulators, and wires. Regular checks ensure the system is operational.

Can Electric Fencing work during power outages?

Battery-powered systems can continue to function during power outages.