Ready Test: You'll always know your dog's collar is ready and working!
Right collar fit indicator. Your dog's comfort and safety depends on a proper collar fit. Too loose and the collar won't work and too tight your dog won't be comfortable. Only Innotek UltraSmart collar emit a brief audible click to let you know the collar is on right and functioning properly.
On-board sysem check. Don't leave your dog's safety to chance. UltraSmart collars alert you to potential problems before it's too late. After changing, UltraSmart collars automatically perform a vital systems check to ensure proper operation of the power and electronic circuits. A green light means all systems are functioning properly and a flashing red light indicates there is a collar problem.
3-way battery indicator. Never run out of batter power again. ReadyTest monitors battery levels in your dog's collar. Green is more than half a charge, yellow means less than half and red means charge collar at the next opportunity.
This product includes wall-mounted interior transmitter, collar charger, collar reciever, micro remote, training DVD, boundary wire, lightning protector, and training flags.
Here's how your Innotek In-ground Pet Fencing System works: When your dog approaches the buried wire, a radio signal tells the dog's collar to administer a warning tone followed by harmless yet effective stimulation. Twisted wire from the system's control center to the boundary allows your pet to pass safely over. Exclusive run-through prevention automatically deters your pet from challenging the system by increasing the stimulation the closer your dog goes to the boundary. Easy self-installation. Buried wire determines your pet free area. Your pet's training collar will remind him to move away from the boundary wire into the safety of your yard. Fence off other areas that are off-limits such as pools, flower beds and playgrounds.
Free Professional Training Support 1-800-364-3362.
Innotek UltraSmart In-ground Pet Fencing Systems IUC-4100, IUC-4200, IUC-5100, IUC-5200 Instructions Booklet.
About Your Innotek UltraSmart In-Ground Pet Fencing System. Discover what a difference an in-ground fencing system can make. You'll discover the ease and convenience of keeping your dog safe in your yard without the structure and expense of traditional fencing. Lightning Protection is an important part of your system. This module is connected between the loop wire and the transmitter. Without lightning protection, a lightning strike within 1-2 miles of your installation can surge through loop wire or AC power and may damage your transmitter. Lightning protection is included in IUC-4200, IUC-5100 and IUC 5200, and many other Innotek fencing systems. Lightning protection module is also available as a separate purchase: call us at 1-800-826-5527.
Collar Charging Station plugs into any 110v AC wall outlet. The collar fits in the cradle and charges the collar in just 2-3 hours. It's an attractive unit designed for use in your home.
Boundary Wire is burial grade and rugged for virtually any ground conditions. You'll laly the wire about 3-inches deep. Twisting the boundary wire creates areas in your yard that the dog can safely pass over. Pretwisted FasTrak wire is included in IUC-4200, IUC-5100, IUC-5200 and many other Innotek fencing systems.
The UltraSmart Collar has been designed by professionals to offer optimal training stimulation in a sleek, low profile design. The collar is packed with features including PerfectFit, an indications that the collar is fitted properly to your dog.
The Wall-mount transmitter controls the fencing field Mount it indoors, with field wires passing through the wall and buried in the ground. You set controls to adjust the size of the fencing, strength of correction, and more.
About Zones Your dog's collar will also work with Zones system, indoor advance to keep your dogs away from things in your home. See page 9.
You MUST charge collar for 3 hours prior to first use Important: Never leave the collar on the dog for more than 12 consecutive hours. See "Important Advice", page 3.
Quick Start Guide Follow Page Numbers For Detailed Instructions Step 1: Design Your Fence. Have the local utility companies mark your underground lines; in most communities this is a free service. On a sheet of paper, sketch your hosue and your yard. Draw a line around your property that represents the containment area for your dog, avoiding underground utility lines. Where it is not possible to avoid utility lines, run your wire perperdicular to the underground lines. Page 5. Step 2: Install the Wall-mount transmitter. Locate the transmitter indoors on an exterior wall near an AC power outlet; inside a garage or basement is ideal. The containment twisted wire will need to run from the transmitter and pass through a window or small drilled hole to the outdoors. Page 6. Step 3: Lay Out the Fence Wire. Run the containment wire around the property as outlined in your plan. Use gradual rounded corners with wide radiuses. Avoid sharp (90 degrees) angles. Page 6. Step 4: Final Connections. Splice each end of your pet fencing loop wires to the twisted wire. You must use the supplied waterproof splices. Connect the lead ends of the twisted wire to the wall mount transmitter. Plug in the AC adapter and connect it to the transmitter. Turn the transmitter ON. The transmitter's green light should illuminate, indicating successful continuous loop. Page 7. Step 5: Charge Collar. Choose a location close to a door that you and yoyr dog use regularly and plug in the wall charger. Position the collar in the charging cradle. The collar fits in the cradle with the collar light to your left and with the contacts that touch your dog's skin facing down. The collar's light glows red while charging, green when charging is complete. Page 8. Step 6: Test Your Fence.Set the FIELD WIDTH ADJUSTMENT knob inside the transmitter to the 9 o'clock position. Hold the supplied test light across the skin contacts and walk the dog's collar up to the fence wire. Listen for the warning tone and look for the test light to illuminate. You should receive a signal 8 to 12 feet from the wire. To increase field width, rotate the adjustment knob clockwise. Test the collar in different places around the fenced area to verify the range is consistent. Page 8. Step 7: Bury Fence Wire. Dig trench about 3-inches deep, using straight edge spade or gas-powered edger. Digging the trench at an angle helps keep the wire in the ground where you place it. Place training flags at edge of selected boundary field where the warning tone is first heard, NOT at the wire. Page 9. Step 8: Train Your Dog. Watch the training DVD and follow the training steps outlined in the separate Training Trouble Shooting Guide. Your dog may show good initial response to the training; be sure to follow the training procedure for several weeks. The convenience that your new fence offers plus the added safety for your dog and family are well worth the time invested.
Important Advice 1. Read the complete manual and follow all directions. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-826-5527. 2. This device is intended for use only on dogs. Never attempt to use it for any purpose not described in this manual. 3. Keep out of the reach of children. 4. Never perform set-up procedures while the collar is on your dog. 5. Any collar worn for extended periods can cause a condition similar to bedsores, known as Pressure Necrosis. To reduce the possibility, you must do the following:
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