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Dog Feeder – Centrally Controlled 8 pack with Control Unit

2,616.00

The Centrally controlled feeding system allows all feeders to be either individually or group operated from 1 location. The controller allows for 1-8 feeders to be operated up to 16 times per day. Each dry feeder allows you to dispense nuts, cubes, dry feed directly into your trough/manger.

Each feeder has its own power supply and one hard wired cable running to the controller

  • Capacity: 15kg
  • Size: 40m*47cm*14cm
  • Shell type: ABS Plastic with label
  • Box Material: Labelled ABS
  • Packaged weight: 15kg
  • 12V unit comes supplied with 110/240V transformer
  • Not suitable for mixes, moist or wet feeds
  • Not suitable for chaff, alfalfa, straw, wet supplements or hay cubes

Supplied with

  • Simplefeeder owner’s manual (1 off)
  • U Bolts & holding spacer & lock nuts (2 off) for mounting feeders on bars
  • Transformer 110/220VAC to 12V with 5m lead
  • Mounting Bar (1off) for mounting feeders on bars or walls
  • Wall mount anchor bolts (2 off)s

C10 PO2 accessories B&W

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  • Optional Extras
  • Delivery
  • Help Centre

The SimpleFeeder prices are inclusive of a 2 Year Warranty and Delivery Insurance.

Why do I need SiMPLEFEEDER?

It can automatically feed up to 8 times a day.

  • It delivers improved weight gain on the horses while feeding less.
  • It feeds your horses even when you are not at home or when you want a sleep in;
  • When you use the SiMPLEFEEDER, you gain these features which help make your life easier.

Different feed capacity for different models.

  • Easy Wall Installation – no difficult installations to frustrate you!
  • Electric Operation – the most convenient way to feed your horse
  • Settings from up to 8 feedings per day – don’t worry about missing meal time! Your horse won’t!
  • C10 SiMPLEFEEDER dispenses grains, pellets cubes and C30 SiMPLEFEEDERs dispenses different levels of moist sweet feed.
  • The range of SiMPLEFEEDERs enable your horses to be automatically fed measured amounts of feed at precisely the time you require.
  • Digital Clock Programming.
  • Dispenses food with an Auger.
  • Precise measured amounts of feed is dispensed by the SiMPLEFEEDER.
  • Timer to select time/s of feed drop.
  • Easy to use and maintain the SiMPLEFEEDER.
  • All SiMPLEFEEDERs are run by a 12 volt battery or mains to 12 volt transformer
  • All models offer total flexibility as to where they can be mounted
  • The shell is made from high density ABS making it extremely durable, impact resistant; weatherproof thus allowing it to be used in both internal & external stables and ensure a long life
  • All SiMPLEFEEDER’s work with all models of horse feeding troughs.
  • All SiMPLEFEEDER’s are convenient, dependable and reliable so you don’t have to worry about the health and well-being of your horse!

Recommended C30H Setup Procedure

  • Ensure it is plugged in and that the timer display is on
  • If the timer display is not “on” then please press the small reset button to get it going
  • Set the time to the current time
  • Set the start time to 1 hour before your feed and 30 minutes after (1.5-hour running time)
  • Example if you want to feed at 06:00 – set the start time to 05:00 and the finish time to 06:30

Things to watch out for

  • Ensure you have the heaters coming on for every feed not just the colder times of day
  • Ensure it is coming on 7 days a week (7 triangles)

How much can I feed at any one time?

The horse / pony’s stomach is very small and is designed for small regular meals. As a guide a horse should have no more than 2kg of grain based feed eg cubes / mixes at any one time and a pony 1kg at any one time.

What does the C in the product name mean?

We are currently on the third version of the FEEDER Range. The initial feeder was individually made in Ireland and placed in the market to gauge acceptance and get an understanding of the markets needs. The second version was introduced in June 2011. The “C” Versions were developed by Atlas Global Metal Solution Limited, who have spent four years developing it.

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