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Electric Fence with Automated Monitoring System
Electric Fences are designed to create an electrical circuit when touched by person (or animal). The circuits proposed in this article release 10kV electrical pulses to the fence-line and monitor the line status. This entire system is design to drive using 25V (5A) single-rail DC power source (using 5A power supply unit or pair of 12.6V Lead-Acid batteries).
PCB of Electric Fence Controller
Main controller of this system is Microchip PIC12F675 – 8bit microcontroller. All the line monitoring, pulse generation and alarm system controlling is performed by this microcontroller.
Some of the most notable features of this system are Built-in audible alarm system, contactless fence line monitoring system, Support for wide range of step-up transformers (up to maximum of 10kV) and compact 10cm
10cm PCB design.
This system use standard electronic components (through-hole components) and SMD components in this provided PCB layout.
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All the PCB patterns, schematic diagrams and source codes of electric fence controller
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