Fish barrier

Electric fish barrier is electrical source for powering electric fence to deter fish from passing through the imaginary line that is defined by the installation of electrical fish barrier. It is being connected through a standard 230 V power network and it is characterized by low consumption and high reliability. Fish that approaches the electric barrier experiences unpleasant electric shock and doesn’t attempt to enter the protected part any more. That electric shock, if the barrier is properly configured and installed has no consequences for fish, but due to the voltage on the electrodes which can be from 400-1000 V is dangerous for humans if accidentally touched.

Anodes are hanging on the steel wire and towards the water at heights that are constantly immersed in water, while the cathode is placed at the bottom.