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Below
a
re

general guideline
s

for constructing an electrified perimeter security fence
.
Not everything will
apply to every installation. There’s a lot of good examples

and good
advice that will save you time and money.

Choosing an electric fence energizer:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Fence%20Basics/Joules%20vs%20Effectivenes
s.pdf


The basics of building any electric fence:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Fence%20Basics/



Safety of electric fences:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Safety/



Tips and tricks for building your
electrified perimeter security
fence:


How
-
to videos:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL02CE51790396DAA4


-

start with the 6th video down the lis
t


The NEMA box layout:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/2012/security_enclosure_layout_full.pdf



Attaching a siren and sounder:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/2012/kit
-
wiring
-
diagram
-
fence_hawk.pdf



How the pre
-
installed maintenance bypass switch is wired:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/2012/maint_bypass_switch.pdf



Connecting a phone

dialer to the Fence Hawk:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/misc.sketches/interconnection_dialer.pdf



Rebar reinforcement of a sunken corner post:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/Co
rnerPostRebar.pdf


(making a “bell”
shape
at the bottom of the hole helps, too)


The Fence Hawk manual:

http://intelligentfencing.com/images/fencehawkmanual.pdf


Wiring the Fence Hawk

and energizer
into a security panel:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/2012/security_panel_connections.pdf


Wiring the Fence Hawk and energizer into a security

panel, WITH added relay to turn
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the fence off wit
h the security system:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/2012/security_panel_shutoff.pdf


Making the connections f
rom the Fence Hawk and energizer to the security panel, and
keeping the 12 volt batteries cha
rged


wiring diagram:

http://intelligentfencing.com/inst
alls/misc.sketches/interconnection_security%20panel.
pdf


This page of schematics covers
basic wiring concepts
:

http://intelligentfencing.com/?p=2966


Insulated posts:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/ga/factory1/IMG_0226.JPG

http://www.electricfencealarm.com/viewitem.php?productid=117


Corner p
osts:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/ga/factory1/IMG_0245.JPG

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075258.jpg

http://intelligentfencing.com/images/nc/contractor2/IMG_0033.JPG

http://intelligentfencing.com/images/nc/wh2/IMG_0110.JPG


Gate posts:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075531.jpg

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075524.jpg

Gate post contact assemblies:

http://intell
igentfencing.com/schematics/Gate%20Contacts/



Rolling gate continuous contacts


for
special cases:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Gate%20Slider/


General

construction examp
les
:

http://intelligentfencing.com/?p=3096

http://intelligentfencing.com/?p=3020



Installing Fence Clips

on PasturePro posts


Along the fence


3
clips:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075059.jpg


http://intelligentfe
ncing.com/images/nc/contractor/IMG_0010.JPG



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In a corner, or
a

post under tension


use
11 clips

on a 10 ft. post
:

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075
454.jpg

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/20130715_075531.jpg


The post before the fence pole has outward tension on it, thus, lots of clips:

http://intelligentfencing.com/images/nc/contractor/IMG_0021.JPG


While not all of the above examples have the 11 clips, that’s what we recommend.

More examples:

http://intelligentfencing.com/?p=3096

http://intelligentfencing.com/installs/bartow/


Sample wiring diagrams
, and more
:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/


Wiring various relays:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Relays/


RFI and advanced grounding issues:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/RFI%20and%20Grounding/


Induced voltages and capacitance on electric fences:

http://intelligentfencing.com/schematics/Fence%20Basics/Capacitance%20and%20Elect
ric%20Fences.pdf



Please d
on’t hesitate to
call or
email with any questions.


Thanks,


Jim Carey

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Dr. Jim Carey (Engineering)

Director of Operations

Intelligent Fencing Systems, Inc.


drjim@IntelligentFencing.com


813
-
31
5
-
8082 office

478
-
494
-
7304 cell

775
-
796
-
2668 fax

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814
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321
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5333 Dale Barnes, head engineer, cell phone number


Company Websites:

http://IntelligentFencing.com

http://FenceHawk.com

http://ElectricFenceAlarm.com

http://FenceGuardian.com