In 1895 a young pioneer Ernest Hayes began farming the rugged back country of New Zealand’s South Island and through his background in engineering, soon began to develop the tools that would help turn this wilderness back country into productive land.
What is the difference between stored joules and output joules?
Stored Joules relates to the energy (power) stored inside the energizer. Output Joules relates to how much energy (power) can travel from your energizer onto your fence line, powering your electric fence. When selecting an energizer, it is important to always look at the Output Joules.