Built into each cabinet
Supplied in situations where the gate contains or excludes animals
Provides a shock to an interfering animal
Uses only 0.5 milliamps in detection mode
- Built into each cabinet
- Supplied in situations where the gate contains or excludes animals
- Provides a shock to an interfering animal
- Uses only 0.5 milliamps per hour in detection mode
- Shock sequence of one 4kV shock is followed by 2*7kV shocks
How it works
If the shock on an electric gate is too strong then the animals are fearful of the space so animals are reluctant to pass through when opened. Not strong enough and the animals will interfere and push against the gate.
The Dofygate shock unit was developed to provide a shock that is just right. Field trials and experience have determined that our shock unit will work for cattle sheep dogs, horses, Llamas and Rheas.
When an animal touches the gate arm the resultant earth triggers the shock sequence. The sequence involves a series of three shocks in ascending voltage then resets.
Detection mode is active 99.9% of the time. Our shock unit runs in detection mode at 0.5 milliamps as opposed to 20 to 50 milliamps consumed by standard low power energisers. The shock unit consumes the same amount of power as standard energisers when a shock is produced.