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  1. An electric fence is the most sophisticated way to protect your property. However, Fence maintenance is not an easy task. It can cost you a lot as it directly contributes to the energy bill. Alternatively, you have the option to purchase a solar powered electric fence charger. It does not only protect your property but also save a lot on electricity costs. It is because such chargers run on the sun’s energy. In this article, we are going to tell you how to choose a solar powered electric fence charger. Read on! Basically, there are three types of electric fence chargers. They are battery powered, mains powered, and solar powered – which are available in a wide variety of models and sizes. There are many factors to consider when choosing among these three types of electric fence chargers. First and foremost is the factor of firepower. Secondly, people look for the strength of the charger that it provides. These two factors actually determine the effectiveness of powering the electric fence. When it comes to solar powered electric fence chargers, you will find two types – portable chargers and permanent chargers. Both have solar panels, which means they harness energy from the sun in order to operate accurately. The energy obtained from the sun is stored in a battery, which powers the fence – even at night time. Portable chargers have built-in solar panels and batteries whereas the solar panel unit for permanent chargers is installed nearby. Choosing the best solar-powered electric fence charger depends on certain aspects – such as battery life, joule output, fencing, range, impedance, animals, and weather conditions. In order to explore each of these factors in detail, we recommend checking out this comprehensive review https://renewitsource.com/best-solar-powered-electric-fence-charger-reviews/ that explains all of them in detail. We all know that in Europe, winters are harsh and we see a little sun. What does this mean? Well, simply put, it means that you must consider the battery power when choosing the fence charger. A powerful battery in this regard becomes highly beneficial in colder months of the winter. Likewise, it keeps the fence charger working at night – in the absence of sunlight. Another significant factor to consider is the joule output. When you choose a charger with higher output, it will produce a stronger shock. However, this is not suitable when it comes to keeping the animals protected. It is no surprise that fence chargers come with different charging capacities. So, when you opt to choose a solar powered electric fence charger, make sure you check the range capacity. The range capacity must go in-line with the area you want to be covered. Moreover, you must choose a charger with low impedance, i.e. the shock must not exceed .003 seconds. European countries have harsh weather conditions such as high winds, heavy rains, and snowfall. Therefore, make sure you choose a weatherproof charger. This way, you will protect your electric fence charger from severe weather conditions. The selection of an electric charger also depends on the type of fence you have installed on your property. A poly wire or tape rope fence requires more power than a steel wire fence. The reason is that they are more resistant to electricity.