This hidden fencing system is one of the most reliable, cost-efficient pet containment systems to be had lately. A buried wire transmits a harmless radio signal. Whilst you dog approach the boundary, the signal causes the dog’s collar receiver to deliver a warning beep first. If your dog continues closer to the boundary, the system will issue a mild shock. If your dog continues further, the system will issue stronger shocks until your dog returns to within the boundary your have set up. Your dog will naturally are searching for to steer clear of correction, and is content staying within established boundaries. setup: 1) Wall-mounted transmitter: Transmitter is the central controller to whole electronic system. Make sure the wire is set to a loop. 2) The receiver collar: Receiver (collar) will make a warning beep first of all and then continuous stimulation if your dog attempts to approach wire boundary. 3) install the system: a. Design your containment area and calculate the amount of wire needed. b. Install the wall transmitter. c. Lay out the perimeter wire. d. Connect the perimeter wire to the wall transmitter. e. Verify transmitter is functioning without problem. f. Set up the receiver and then, test the containment system and adjust the field width. g. Install the boundary wire and training flags. h. Fit collars to your dogs and train your dogsi. Then you’ll be able to enjoy with the trained dog
For all dogs with update version ,and most reliable.
Pulsed Proportional Stimulus – The closer your pet gets to the boundary, the more intense the shock.
Progressive Tone Stimulus – A warning tone might be issued first, then a shock stimulus if your dog continues to move closer to the boundary.
Power Boost Switch- Allows the width of the warning are to be adjusted
Speed Detect Anti-Run Through(Effective distance:5M)- The faster your dog is moving, the quicker the higher level of intensity is issued