A. It is unlawful for any person to sell, distribute, construct, install, maintain,
or use upon any land used for agricultural purposes or, for any person exercising
supervision or control over any such land, to permit any other person to construct,
install, maintain, or use any electric fence energized with an electric charge unless
the charge is regulated by a controlling device. Except as otherwise provided in this article, such controlling device shall display
the approved label of and shall conform to the safety standards promulgated by the
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., in its publication number UL69, dated June 30, 2009,
and entitled “Standard for Safety for Electric-Fence Controllers,” as the same may
from time to time be supplemented, or shall display the approved label of and meet
the safety standards promulgated by the International Electrotechnical Commission
in its publication IEC 60335-2-76, second edition (BS EN 69335-2-76), as the same
may from time to time be supplemented.
B. No metallically continuous fence or set of electrically connected fences shall
be supplied by more than one controlling device.
C. Any controlling device shall be suitably grounded when placed in service.
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