The Thunderbird BD20 is a super versatile compact electric fence energiser. It is compact and powerful for its size and can be run from 4 varying power sources**. It is ideal for strip grazing or any time you need a portable electric fence energiser.
- 2 Year Manufacturers Warranty plus 6 months lightning warranty
- Australian designed and made
- Powers up to 2km*
- Operates from either 4 x D cell batteries or an external 12 volt battery (solar and mains options available)
- Designed for short runs of electric fencing and is ideal for Strip Grazing and Cell Feeding
- Portability and low battery consumption are the big focus features of this energiser
- Mounts on post or hangs on the live fence wire.
- Fence OK Pulse and low battery warning lights.
- Fitted with lightning spark gap diverter
- Electronics are heavily protection coated to minimise failure due to moisture and insect damage
- Weatherproof, tough enclosure – designed to beat the elements
- Vacuum sealed transformer, for longer life
- 7,500 volts output
- Low and high power levels
- Developed to deliver reliable high performance animal control, at an affordable price
- Fence (red live and green earth) and 12V battery leads supplied
** Can be powered with:
- Any 12v battery (not included)
- 4 x “D” cell batteries (not included)
- Thunderbird 12V 5W Solar Charging Kit and 12v battery (both sold separately)
- Directly from the Thunderbird CHG-108 240v mains power adaptor (both sold separately).
Thunderbird BD20 electric fence energisers are suitable for:
- Strip Grazing and Cell Feeding
- Small pet and dog enclosures
- Overnight yards for horses
- Small pest animals like possums and cats
Thunderbird BD20 Model Specifications:
- Stored Energy – 0.16 joule
- Battery Drain – 15mA
- Voltage no load – 7.5kV
- Voltage @ 1000 Ω – 1.7kV
*Energiser distances are a guide only. Factors such as proximity of live wire(s) to earth or to other parts of a fence, distance of live wire run underground, thickness of wire and earth condition will affect the effective distance. Thunderbird recommend a minimum distance of 200mm between the live wire(s) and any other conductor, otherwise effective energiser distance is reduced.