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PE2 Fence Energizer - 0.10 Joule

  • Contains pets and keeps out small animals
  • LED indicator lets you know when energizer is working
  • Backed by a 1-year full replacement warranty
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Product Overview

The Patriot PE2 electric fence energizer is a 110-Volt AC plug in 0.10 Joule model that is ideal for containing pets and keeping out small nuisance animals. Low impedance energizer designed to deliver poer to the end of the fence, even under heavy load (Foliage, undergrowth). Has a LED indicator that pulses when energizer is working.
  • No load voltage = 5,000
  • 500 ohm load voltage = 2,800
  • 1-year full replacement warranty
  • Made in New Zealand

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10
Product Height (in.)
3.5
Product Length (in.)
8
Product Width (in.)
10

Details

Electric Fencing Component
Energizer
Livestock Supplies Product type
Electric Fencing
Output Joules
.10
Rating
Utility
Returnable
180-Day
Stored Joules
.10
Voltage Output (volts)
110

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year full replacement warranty

Questions & Answers

43Questions25Answers

will it work on possums?

Asked by roberto September 18, 2020
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It works on 60+ lb dogs, so I would assume so.

is this safe for chickens ? Looking to discourage free range chickens off my deck..water and othe...

Asked by tallblonde12 August 11, 2020
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Looking at the animal chart on PATRIOT charger website, chickens are listed for the PE2. Same chart comes with the PE2 energizer.

Will this deter a person from touching a flag with the wire around a flag??? Asking for a friend

Asked by Rick July 17, 2020
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Probably not, unless they are barefoot or are touching something else that is grounded. I have a dog that is deaf and furry, he just sticks his head under the wire and goes on out. I have other dogs that have shorter fur and they avoid the wire and stay inside.

I have installed the Patriot PE2 using copper wire mesh on insulated ground stakes around a small...

Asked by carolT June 4, 2020
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Any spot where a plant touches the wire will cause it to ground. Remove the spots where it is grounded and it produce a much stronger charge.

Is this charger weather resistant? Can use an extension cord to power it?

Asked by LAG May 20, 2020
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I don't think that the PE2 is weather resistant. I solved that problem by running an outdoor extension cord to it and covering the charger with a cheap grocery store bag. I also have the charger under my upper deck so it does not get much direct rain.

how do I need to ground a 100x100 foot fence

Asked by fubar April 29, 2020
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In my case, I just used a 3' long piece of scrap metal and shoved it about 18" into the ground, and securely tied the ground wire to the metal. I think the ground will work better if the soil is moist.

2 miles of wire can enclose 160 acres. 6 acres requires about 1/2 mile of wire. Which is it....ca...

Asked by ShockJock April 16, 2020
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Clearly someone messed up their math. What’s important is it will energize up to 2 miles. If you decide to what to enclose that around acres - then the 2 miles rule would still apply

Does the wire charge get grounded out once grass or something is touching or laying on the wire.

Asked by Shane March 4, 2020
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I use a short fence to protect day lily flowers from deer. The plants brushing up against the wires have not minimized the performance of the fence.

Does it keep a nosey cat away? Groundhog is the main problem.

Asked by Thomas January 16, 2020
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how about chickens!

Chicken wire for squirrels? Squirrels have gotten under my truck hood thru various openings from ...

Asked by cookingjoe1 December 1, 2019
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Hard to say if this would work since the squirrel needs to touch the hot wire, chicken wire, at the same time tie squirrel is touching the ground or ground wire. This is not a recommended system for the Patriot. Whatever systems you try u need to keep the ground and of wire separate and installed such that the squirrel touches the hot wire and ground at the same time without becoming entangled I the wires. Again the patriot is designed for fences and not for other uses

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We have a Lab who would literally eat our fence. We lined the fence with chicken wire, she pulled...
We have a Lab who would literally eat our fence. We lined the fence with chicken wire, she pulled it off. We ran an aluminum wire about 6" from the ground along the bottom with the plastic stand-offs centered in the holes of the (2") chicken wire so it would contact the wire if she pulled on it and connected it to this unit with 20g zip cord. She no longer eats the fence nor pulls on the chicken wire. PS In the image you see the outside of the dog run, the hot wire is installed on the inside and is not visible. The dog run is concrete except for a 6 in border along the fence that's filled with river rock.
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I thought I had bought the wrong unit to keep the Deer off my young trees, but after talking to o...
I thought I had bought the wrong unit to keep the Deer off my young trees, but after talking to one of your staff they said it would work just fine...the Deer have been eating everything around us but have left our trees alone....I would give it a ten....we have had it about six weeks now....we're snowbirds and now I'm pretty sure everything is going to be here when we get back it the spring.
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I bought it to keep the backyard squirrels from chewing...
I bought it to keep the backyard squirrels from chewing on the edges of the siding along my deck. I strung the wire along the deck about 2 inches away from the siding. After two days, the squirrels stopped coming onto the deck. I guess each had to hit the wire for himself to learn that it had a bite. Have not seen one on the deck now for about two weeks.
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Purchased to keep the raccoons out of my garden seems...
Purchased to keep the raccoons out of my garden seems to be working well have not lost any sweet corn since installation.
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Price reasonable simple connection work good...
Price reasonable simple connection work good
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I use it to prevent deer from eating my roses....
I use it to prevent deer from eating my roses. It works well. They still eat the ones that aren’t protected.
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Did not work.I tried everything in the manual and even...
Did not work.I tried everything in the manual and even spoke with tech support.I went so far as to touch both terminals with my fingers and not so much as a tingle
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The fence energizer arrived on time. I have installed it...
The fence energizer arrived on time. I have installed it to protect my little 150 square foot garden from rabbits and ground hogs. So far so good... no damage to the lettuce, Swiss chard, herbs, etc. But it’s only a week...time will tell.
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Wanted something to keep squirrels out of the garden. ...
Wanted something to keep squirrels out of the garden. Charged a single 20 gauge wire isolated by plastic clothes pins on top of a 2 ft chicken wire fence. When squirrels get to the top of the fence, so far they are not crawling or jumping over the fence. The charge would be like a static charge felt by a human touching a door knob. The device cycles and pulses on about once every second. I thought it would be device that should have a label for “outdoors” but instead it says “indoors” so it needs to be protected from rain. Haven’t found out yet if the fence can left charged doing the rain, but right now, turning off when I notice it’s raining. In service for about a month now.
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