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Real time fence monitoring for real peace of mind

Tru-Test Fence Monitoring keeps your livestock or crops safe by monitoring voltage on different points of the fence in real-time.

Focus on more important tasks on your farm, with the confidence that you’ll be instantly alerted if something goes wrong.

Access real-time cloud data with 24/7 access on the web or your mobile to ensure your electric fence is performing correctly.

Tru-Test Fence Monitoring can be used with any energizer and uses easy-to-install gateways and fence nodes.

Maintaining and monitoring electric fencing is a manual and time-consuming task, so trust Tru-Test to do the monitoring for you.

Our Fence Monitoring solution will alert you instantly if there are any issues on your fence, preventing livestock escaping and causing further issues.

Fence Monitoring provides and stores vital information like fence performance trends to determine when maintenance is required.

The system allows for 50 Fence Monitoring nodes, and you can install key fence sections across your farm. To extend the number of fence sections simply add more nodes.​

Keep your fence performance close at hand with 24/7 app alerts

  • Fence Nodes record fence voltage 24/7

  • Cloud data storage and 24/7 access from anywhere on mobile and web

  • Firmware upgrades programmed over the air

  • Allows for 50 Fence Monitoring Nodes per system

  • Install at key fence sections across your farm

  • Easily extend the number of fence sections and farm area monitored by adding more nodes †

  • Works with any energizer

†Up to 50 Fence Nodes are allowed per system. Nodes can be installed up to 500 m apart (line of sight). Each node must be connected to the fence and earth/ground to measure fence voltage.

How it works.


A tree falls on the electric fence causing a drop in fence voltage.


When voltage drops, you’ll automatically receive an alert you can view on the Datamars Livestock web or mobile app.


The electric fence voltage data is broadcast out from the nearest Fence Node and bounced up to 500m from node to node creating a shared network of data across the farm.


The farmer fixes the electric fence.


Once the data from the nodes reaches the gateway installed at a shed or barn it is sent up into the cloud.

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