So when my house was custom built in 2015 we naturally had the electrician wire a new copper cable to the boundary thinking to get VDSL as we're a lifestyle block on the very edge of the residential zone.
FFD to 2017 where we use Skinny Broadband as Chorus wanted $2,600 to connect our copper cable 1/2m into the ground to theirs (and don't get me started on the 'distribution fibre' passing my door on the way to Pokeno!)
ANYway... I am now wanting to move to a PEL mains connected electric fence and have an awesome unused green conduit with Cat5e cable in it going right to the fence line I'd need to liven... is there any legal reason I can't use 'telephone' conduit I personally paid to have installed and have never connected up to run my 15,000v (2J) electric fence feed to the fence 25m away.
1) I would obviously disconnect it in the Star cabinet from anything internal
2) it would clearly be marked with the relevant danger warning sign the fence must show as it's a public walkway boundary
3) it would directly connect from the conduit exit straight onto the fence in an appropriately insulated manner
4) the energiser would be mounted 1m away from the star cabinet in my garage, and I use NOTHING else from this cabinet as we don't use either the phone lines (obviously) or the TV coax (and so wouldn't need to worry about interference)
5) the ground wire would be connected through the conduit too, using high quality insulated 20,000v cable as specified by the manual
AFAIK this would have no impact on anything or anyone and break no laws, as well as finding a way to use my enclosed garage to site the energiser and it need to break through the garage slab...
Is there any reason you can see for this now to work (or be illegal somehow?)