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How to get better voltage at the end of your electric fence!

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How to get better voltage at the end of your electric fence!

Improving the voltage on your electric fence is an easy way to increase its performance and effectiveness. It helps reduce the amount of resistance on the electric fence, and in turn, allows for higher current flow. This article will give you a few helpful hints as to how you can improve the voltage at the end of your electric fence. It's so simple! If your fence has more than 1 live wire join them together at the start and end of each section. This is called a parallel circuit and it reduces the series resistance of the wires. Wire the fence in...

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13 Essential Tips to get the most our of your JVA Electric Fence Fault Finder!

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13 Essential Tips to get the most our of your JVA Electric Fence Fault Finder!

Since its invention by JVA's co-founder and Director in 1991, the Directional Electric  Fence Fault Finder has revolutionised the way people monitor their electric fence all around the world.  Like with any product, there are tricks to get the most "bang for your buck", and we want to share ours with you! If you have any additional tips to add, please comment them below.   JVA Fault Finder Tip # 1. The difference between Voltage and Current. Electricity can be compared to water: To move water along pipes we need to push it with a pump which creates pressure. To...

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Essentials for your Emergency Electric Fencing Toolbox! - JVA

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Essentials for your Emergency Electric Fencing Toolbox! - JVA

The average Australian household like to keep a few choice items in their car for emergencies, from a first aid kit and umbrella to a spare tire. Until it was repealed in 1980, there was an enforced Australian law stating that all taxicabs must drive around with a hay bale in the boot! For those with electric fencing, unexpected accidents will likely occur from time to time. To help minimise damage and stress during these occurrences, here is a list of items that should be in your emergency electric fencing toolbox! 1. Mobile Phone Following the introduction of JVA’s IP...

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JVA’s Top 5 Products of 2019!

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JVA’s Top 5 Products of 2019!

2019... What a year it has been! Our sales team have been busier than ever, sending out the final parcels before Christmas. 

Here is a list of our bestselling products from 2019!

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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

Be careful when handling your electric fence energiser, it can hurt you. The danger level is low, but this danger increases for small children and pets. Barbed wire should not be electrified. For long, permanent electric fences use 2.5mm plain galvanised wire. For temporary fences, strip grazing and small garden fence set-ups we recommend using electric fencing poliwire or politape instead (see here).  If your fence is likely to be touched by children consider using a lower-powered energiser or using the low power terminal on your energiser. Another alternative is to add an energy limiting device such as the JVA Flood...

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