The fast, easy way to keep your dog home and safe.
The Smart Dog Rechargeable In-Ground Fencing System can be installed quickly using common household tools. The transmitter fits any décor. The microline collar is totally waterproof and looks slim and shapely on your dog. Boundary self-check with audible and visual wire break alarm gives you peace of mind that the system is working. The built-in battery backup keeps the system working even when the electricity fails.
With the step-by-step training program, your dog quickly learns which areas are off limits. When your dog approaches the buried wire, a radio signal tells the dog's collar to administer a brief, harmless stimulation which he'll learn to avoid.
Realize that because dogs have unique temperaments, there is no way of knowing how your dog will react to the introduction of a training collar system. For the safety of your dog, a long lead should be used during initial training so you have control of the situation. If you have reason to believe that your dog may pose a danger to others, harm itself, or react adversely to the collar, do not rely solely on this product to train your dog. If your dog shows signs of growling, snarling, or biting while using the collar, stop immediately. Aggression in dogs has may causes. Innotek recommends that you consult a knowledgeable professional dog trainer or animal behaviorist with experience with aggressive dogs if your dog has shown any of these characteristics. Occasionally, a dog cannot be trained to respond to a training collar. Sometimes even a properly trained dog may disobey a command. Therefore, Invisible Technologies, Inc., its distributors, and dealers cannot guarantee the customer's animal from disobeying commands.
Step 1: Design Your Fence
Have the local utility companies mark your underground lines. On a sheet of paper, draw your house and yard. Draw a line around your property that represents the containment area for your dog.
Step 2: Install the Wall-Mount Transmitter
Most people find that the inside of an exterior wall of a garage or basement is ideal. From the sample layouts included, you can see the twisted wire running from the house attaches directly to the transmitter.
Step 3: Lay Out the Fence Wire
Run the containment wire around the property as outlined in your plan.
Step 4: Final Connections
Splice the containment loop wires to the twisted wire using the supplied waterproof splices. Connect the other end of the twisted wire to the wall-mount transmitter. Plug the AC adapter, connect it to the transmitter and turn it on. The green light should illuminate on the transmitter indicating a successful loop. Charge your collar receiver by placing it in the receiver cradle located on top of the transmitter.
Step 5: Charge Collar
Position the collar receiver in the charging cradle located on the top of the wall transmitter. Orient the light on the collar receiver toward the end of the charging cradle marked with an arrow and identified on the label.
Step 6: Test Your Fence
Set your Field Width Alignment Knob to the nine o'clock position. Using the supplied test light, walk the dog's collar up to the fence wire. Listen for the warning tone and look for the test light to light. Try a number of different places around the fenced area, in order to verify the range is consistent.
Step 7: Bury Fence Wire
Dig the trench three inches deep with a flat edge spade. Or, it is faster to use a gas-powered edger. Digging the trench at an angle helps keep the wire in the ground as you place it. Place flags at edge of selected boundary field, where the warning tone is first heard, not at wire.
Train Your Dog
Watch the training video and follow the training steps outlined in the separate Training and Troubleshooting Guide. You may see your dog respond immediately to the training, however continue to follow the enclosed Training Guide to fully train your dog. The convenience that your new fence offers plus the added safety for your dog are well worth the time invested.
Smart Dog In-Ground Pet Fencing System
Models SD-2100, SD-2200
The Wall-Mount Transmitter
The transmitter is the system's control center. The front cover lifts to reveal the switches that can customize your system.
Transmitter Status Indications
Solid Green Status Light, No Alarm Tone: Power On/System OK
Flashing Green Status Light, No Alarm Tone: Receiver Charging
Flashing Red Status Light/Alarm Tone: Boundary Wire Broken or Disconnected
Flashing Red and Green Status Lights/Alarm Tone: Receiver Recharge Reminder
Flashing Yellow Status Light/Alarm Tone: Backup Batteries Low
No Status Light/Alarm Tone: AC Power Disconnected--Operating on Battery
No Status Light/No Alarm Tone: Transmitter Is Off or Power Is Disconnected
Over Stimulation Prevention
In the unlikely event that your dog becomes trapped in the containment field, this feature limits stimulation duration to ten seconds. The system shuts off after ten seconds before resuming stimulation for another ten seconds. This pattern will repeat for a maximum of three cycles, a duration of 60 seconds.
Special features are incorporated in your system so your dog cannot run-through the containment field without activating a strong stimulation. The receiver automatically increases the stimulation when your dog continues more than 1/3 of the way through the containment field, regardless of the transmitter stimulation level setting. For example, if the signal is detected 12 feet from the wire and your dog enters the containment field, this feature is activated when he is approximately eight feet from the wire. At this point, your dog automatically receives the highest level of stimulation.
The Collar Receiver
The collar receiver is attached to a nylon collar strap that your dog will wear. The collar receiver administers the warning tone and correction should your dog attempt to leave the yard. Your collar receiver is rechargeable and can be charged by placing the collar on the charging cradle located on top of your wall-mount transmitter. The collar strap should fit snugly toward the top of your dog's neck with the collar receiver box on the bottom of the neck. You should be able to get one finger between the collar strap and your dog's neck. The contact points must make contact with the dog's skin for proper operation. A little hair thinning may be required.
Invisible Technologies offers several product exchange options during the warranty period. If service is required, call 1-800-826-5527 to discuss the service plan that best serves your needs. Costs are dependent on the processing time and the desired shipping options. Please do not return this product to your retailer.
After one year from date of original retail purchase, Innotek will repair, replace, or upgrade your product at a fixed rate based on the component.
Invisible Technologies, Inc., shall not be liable or responsible for any incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of the product or caused by any defect, failure or malfunction of the product, whether a claim is based upon warranty, contract, negligence or otherwise.
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