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How to buy your Oscillot® system

 

Most people install the Oscillot system themselves or get a local handyperson to do it. On this page, we’ll guide you through the process of measuring your fences and working out the components required. If you need help, just contact us and we’ll work with you to get it sorted.

Auckland residents can use our free measure and quote service for Oscillot components, and can choose to have their installation done by us.

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On Oscillot sales over $500 ex GST

Please select A or B

A: Online Shopping (DIY)

Select this option if you will install Oscillot yourself or have someone do it for you. (We do not provide installation service outside Auckland.)

B: Measure & Quote (Auckland Only)

Select this option if you would like to have us visit you to prepare a quote for Oscillot components. We can also provide a quote to install your Oscillot system within Auckland City.

Online shopping (DIY)

Step 1

Get to know the Oscillot® system

Step 2

Measure your fences

Step 3

Order online from our range of DIY kits
Let’s get started!

Step 1: Get to know the Oscillot® system

Components are sold in a range of DIY kits intended to cover various length of fences. Each kit includes paddles and dual post kits.

Because each installation is unique, you may require additional dual post kits, so these can be purchased separately.

Brackets, which are recommended when face-mounting on timber fences, should be purchased separately (generally, one bracket for each dual knuckle post).

Oscillot DIY paddle kits

DIY Kit

includes
One or more 1986mm long paddles (grey, merino or black)
Two or more Dual Post Kits (number depends on kit size)
Oscillot dual knuckle post kit

Dual Post Kit

includes
One post base, one top
Two balls, two axles
Two mounting screws
One cap screw
Oscillot bracket kit

Bracket Kit

includes
One bracket
Two screws for attaching post to bracket
When to use brackets
  • Post and Rail Fencing with a horizontal rail within 400mm of the top of the fence
  • Vertical Paling Timber Fencing
  • Horizontal Paling Timber Fencing
  • Brush Fencing
Other materials may be required to ensure your cat cannot jump over the Oscillot® System. For example, you may need to prune or band trees, or place guards around “launching pads” such as heat pumps or water tanks. Please see our Special Installations photos for solutions to these situations.

If you have an extremely agile cat, such as a Bengal, you may need to provide additional cat-proofing measures.

We are happy to offer advice based on years of experience.

Specifications

All Oscillot components are manufactured in Australia. Illustrations are not to scale.

Oscillot paddles in grey, merino and black

Paddle

  • Powdercoated aluminium
  • Colours: Grey, Merino or Black
  • Length: 1986mm
  • Diameter (max): 60mm

Post Base

  • Made from UV-resistant Acetal
  • Black
  • Height (with cap): 71mm
  • Diameter: 32mm
Oscillot bracket

Bracket

  • Black powdercoated steel
  • Length: 70mm x 95mm
When to use brackets
  • Post and Rail Fencing with a horizontal rail within 400mm of the top of the fence
  • Vertical Paling Timber Fencing
  • Horizontal Paling Timber Fencing
  • Brush Fencing

Post Cap

  • Made from UV-resistant Acetal
  • Black
  • Snaps onto Post Base
  • Pre-drilled for cap screw

Ball

  • Allows paddles to spin freely
  • Automatically adjusts for slight misalignment in fences
  • Two included with each Post Kit

Axle

  • Made from UV-resistant Acetal
  • Inserts into each end of paddle
  • Two included with each Post Kit

Screws

  • Attach posts/brackets to fence
  • Stainless steel, square drive
  • #8 x 40mm
  • Two included with each Post Kit

Cap Screws

  • To lock Post Cap to Post Base
  • Stainless steel, Philips drive
  • #6 x 6mm
  • One included with each Post Kit

Step 2: Measure your fence and work out your requirements

Use the following illustration to guide you in calculating how many Paddle Kits and Dual Knuckle Post Kits you’ll need.

You may decide to use Brackets on some or all of your Dual Knuckle Posts, particularly if you have a timber fence.

How to measure for the Oscillot cat fence system