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700 Series Transmitters
Computer Collar Unit
Congratulations on your purchase of the worlds premier pet containment solution, the Invisible Fence Brand. The Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system is backed with a one-year, money-back performance guarantee. The support of your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer gives you peace of mind that your dog remains safe at home. Refer to your warranty card or the back of your sales contract for complete details.
___________________________________________________ Table of Contents
Components..... 3 How the Systems Works.... 3 Operating Guide..... 4 The Computer Collar Unit.... 4 Fitting the Computer Collar Unit... 4 Changing the Power Cap Unit.... 4 Power Cap Unit Tester.... 5 Transmitter Status Indicators.... 5 Maintenance Guide..... 6 Periodic Maintenance Check... 6 Monthly Signal Field Width Test.... 6 Troubleshooting Guide..... 6 Important Warnings.... 7
___________________________________________________ Important Precautions
1. Read and retain manuals: Read the entire Owners Manual and training instructions before using your new Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system. 2. Train your pet according to the instructions in the Invisible Fence Brand training manuals. Complete all steps before allowing your pet to run free. Do not become overly condent if your pet has become conditioned to the Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system sooner than expected. 3. Adhere to all cautions and warnings contained in any Invisible Fence Brand manual. 4. Do not attempt to service any Invisible Fence Brand equipment. Refer all service to your authorized Invisible Fence Brand Dealer. Only your authorized Invisible Fence Brand Dealer should make adjustments to your pet containment system. Unauthorized service or repair will void the warranty. 5. All Invisible Fence Brand pet containment systems are designed for domesticated animal use only. Never attempt to use this product for any purpose not specically described in this manual. 6. Check the Invisible Fence Brand transmitter periodically to make sure it is operating properly. Please refer to the chart on page 4 for proper tting instructions. 7. Check the tightness of the Computer Collar unit on a regular basis. Remove your pets Computer Collar unit each night. This will prevent the possibility of any irritation the collar may cause to your pets skin. However, if this is not possible, please check the tightness of the collar each time you feed your pet by removing the collar and then replacing it back on your pet. A condition called Pressure Necrosis, which is a devitalization of the skin due to excessive and prolonged contact against the Correction Posts, may occur if the steps above are not followed. 8. If you have any questions about any aspect of your Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system, call your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer immediately.
Dealer Name: _______________________ Dealer Phone: _______________________
Transmitter ICT 700, 725, 750, and 775
Computer Collar unit
How the System Works
The 700 Series Transmitters are designed to work with an Invisible Fence Brand R21v3.x or R51 Computer Collar unit to contain your pet within areas you choose, or teach your pet to avoid specic areas such as ower beds, gardens, or pools. The transmitter produces a signal that travels along the signal eld wire and back to the transmitter to produce an Invisible Boundary barrier. When your pet approaches the established boundary, the Computer Collar unit generates a tone and correction to remind your pet of the boundary. With training and praise, your pet will quickly learn to avoid the established boundary. Note: A correction is a training term used to describe an action taken to discourage unwanted pet behavior. The Computer Collar unit applies a correction when your pet crosses the boundary of an Invisible Fence Brand electronic pet containment system. Corrections are used in combination with rewards to alter unwanted pet behavior. Your Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system will only work when: a. The transformer is connected to the transmitter and to a functional standard electric outlet, via an approved Lightning Protection Device. All Invisible Fence Brand pet containment systems must be grounded per the National Electric Code to be protected against lightning. b. The transmitter is on, connected to the signal eld wire, and producing a signal along the entire length of the wire. c. The signal eld wire is intact, continuous, and the transmitters Status Indicator light is blinking green. d. The Computer Collar unit is correctly tted and worn by your pet. The Computer Collar unit must be adjusted so that both of the correction posts touch your pets skin. e. The Power Cap unit in the Computer Collar unit is good and correctly installed. See page 4 and 5 for proper Power Cap unit operation. About Thunder and Electrical Storms: Even though your Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system is equipped with a Lightning Protection Device, it is still possible that it may be damaged during a thunderstorm, or when an electrical storm is in the area. After a storm has ended, check the signal eld width. See page 6 for periodic maintenance checks.
The Computer Collar Unit
The Computer Collar unit is a patented microprocessor-controlled device, powered by a patented Power Cap unit. Note: ONLY use the post tightening tool to tighten the correction posts. Use of other tools will void the warranty. DO NOT secure the correction posts in the Computer Collar unit with any kind of glue or adhesive.
Correction Post Cover
Shunt (if needed)
Fitting the Computer Collar Unit
To work properly, the correction posts on the Computer Collar unit must touch your pets skin. 1. Position the collar strap high on your pets neck with the Computer Collar unit under your pets lower jaw. 2. To avoid having a collar that is too tight on a thick-haired pet, thin some hair away in order to allow the correction posts to make contact with the skin. Do not shave the pets neck. 3. Tighten the collar strap of the Computer Collar unit appropriately. Adjust the collar strap so it is snug enough to slide one nger between a correction post and your pets neck. 4. Adjust the t of the Computer Collar unit as necessary as your pets coat, weight, and age change. Your pets coat may change from season to season. 5. Allow your pet to become accustomed to its new Computer Collar unit. The collar must be removed each night during the rst month of training. This ensures proper t and avoids the possibility of skin irritation. 6. After training is complete, remove your pets Computer Collar unit each night if possible. This will help prevent irritation. However, if this it not possible, please check the tightness of the collar each time you feed your pet by removing the collar and then replacing it back on your pet. 7. The Computer Collar unit is waterproof. If the nylon collar strap becomes wet, it is recommended that it be removed from your pet and be allowed to air dry before replacing the collar on your pets neck.
Retaining Strip Collar Strap
Changing the Power Cap Unit
1. Use a small, thin coin to remove the Power Cap unit from the Computer Collar unit. Insert the coin in the slot on top of the Power Cap unit and turn it counter-clockwise. Do not push down while turning. The Power Cap unit will rotate up and out of the Computer Collar units battery chamber. 2. Install a new Power Cap unit using the following steps: a. Line up the lugs on the bottom of the Power Cap unit with the grooves in the sides of the Computer Collar units battery chamber. Make sure the metal tabs on the bottom of the Power Cap unit are not bent. b. Place the Power Cap unit into the chamber while gently, but rmly, turning it clockwise with your ngers.
Alignment Lug (one on each side)
c. Use a small, thin coin in the slot on top of the Power Cap unit to turn it clockwise until the slot on the top of the Power Cap unit is lined up with the two small raised tabs on the bottom of the receiver. Do not over-tighten by turning the slot past the tabs on the receiver. On average, the Power Cap unit should be changed every 3 months. Low temperatures, the number of times the pet challenges the pet containment system boundary, and improper collar t can all reduce Power Cap unit life. Note: The use of any power source other than a Power Cap unit will cause a receiver to operate erratically or fail. Failure of the receiver due to the use of an unauthorized power source will void the warranty. The use of unnecessary force may damage the case and render the Power Cap unit inoperable. NEVER open a Power Cap unit, dispose of it in re, recharge it, expose it to heat above 212F (100C), or expose its contents to water. Doing so can cause leakage or explosion and may lead to personal injury.
Power Cap Unit Tester
We strongly recommend that each customer obtain a Power Cap unit tester. At least once a month, check the receiver battery with the Power Cap unit tester. The Power Cap unit tester measures the internal resistance of a Power Cap unit and shows how much life is left in the battery. To test a Power Cap unit with the Power Cap unit tester, remove the Power Cap unit from the receiver and put it into the Power Cap unit tester the same way that you would put it into a Computer Collar unit. If the battery is good, the green and red LEDs on the tester will both light. If neither LED on the tester lights, or just the red LED lights dimly, the Power Cap unit needs to be replaced.
BATTERY AND TESTER MUST BE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE Replace battery when green light is out and red light is dim or out.
TEST FOR 5 SECONDS
Invisible Fence, Inc.
Transmitter Status Indicators
Status Indicator Light: This is the only light visible outside the transmitter. The chart below explains the various Status Indicator Light conditions. Audible Alarm: There is an audible alarm for certain alert conditions (see chart below).
Status Indicator Light
700 Series Transmitter Status Light and Audible Alarm Troubleshooting
Status System OK LED Color Green Indicator Slow green ash: 1 sec. on, 4 sec. off Slow red ash: 1 sec. on, 4 sec. off Steady green light Steady red light Alarm None
AC failure (operating on backup battery) if applicable Loop wire break Defective or low backup battery
Constant beeping 1 second beep every minute
Your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer has professionally installed your pet containment system and ensured it is working properly. You will want to perform periodic maintenance checks to make sure the system is properly functioning for your pets safe containment.
Periodic Maintenance Checks
System Device Transmitter Signal Field Width How often Daily Monthly and after a thunderstorm What to look for Check the LED Status Indicator Light (see page 5) on the front of the unit to verify power. Verify the signal eld wire is active throughout the property, see Monthly Signal Field Width Test below.
Monthly Signal Field Width Test
(Always perform this test after a thunderstorm) You should always be aware of your systems signal eld width. Check the width of the signal eld from only one place on the signal eld loop wire. Always check the signal eld width from the same place. Take the Computer Collar unit off your pet to measure the signal eld width. 1. Hold the Invisible Fence Brand Computer Collar unit so it is parallel to the signal eld wire. 2. Hold the collar so it is about the same height and at the same angle as it will be when the pet is wearing it. 3. Walk slowly toward the signal eld wire. The receiver will activate when you reach the edge of the signal eld. Do NOT touch the correction posts at this time! If the receiver does not sound a warning tone where the edge of the signal is supposed to be, immediately call your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer for service. Use a leash or other means to contain your pet until all necessary service has been completed.
Signal Field Width: ___________________
Invisible Fence Brand Computer Collar Unit
Pet is getting out.
Power Cap unit in the Computer Collar unit is dead or weak. Computer Collar unit is not t properly on the pet. Signal eld wire has a break. Power is not supplied to the transmitter or power is out. Signal eld is too narrow. Pet needs additional training. Signal eld is too high. Pet needs additional training.
Replace the Power Cap unit. See page 4 for properly tting the collar. Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer. Make sure transmitter power supply is plugged in. Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer. Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer for additional pet training.
Pet will not enter the yard.
Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer to check signal eld. Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer for additional pet training.
Computer Collar Power Cap unit in the Computer Collar unit Replace the Power Cap unit. unit not responding is dead or weak. Contact your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer. to signal eld Signal eld wire has a break. Make sure transmitter power supply is plugged in. (loop) wire. Power is not supplied to the transmitter or power is out. Frequency switch on transmitter was changed.
Your Invisible Fence Brand Dealer has professionally installed your pet containment system and ensured it is working properly. You will want to perform periodic maintenance checks to make sure the system is properly functioning for your pets safe containment. Invisible Fence Brand pet containment systems have contained over two million pets. However, there are some precautions you should take. Warning 1: Not every pet can be trained to avoid the established boundary. Sometimes even a properly trained pet may cross the boundary. Therefore, Invisible Fence, Inc., as well as Invisible Fence Distributors and Dealers cannot guarantee the system will, in all cases, keep a customers pet within the established boundary. Accordingly, if a customer has reason to believe that their pet may pose a danger to others, or harm itself, the customer should not rely solely upon the Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system to keep the pet from crossing the boundary. Warning 2: The control panel component of the system includes visual and audible signals to warn of a system malfunction. The control panel should be installed where such signals may be easily seen and heard. If the control panel is installed in an enclosed box, or in a place not readily accessible to the customer, the customer will not benet from the systems warning functions, for which Invisible Fence, Inc., as well as Invisible Fence Distributors and Dealers assume no responsibility.
Invisible Fence Brand Model ICT 700 ICT 725 ICT 750
FCC ID KZ3ICT150 KZ3ICT250 KZ3ICT250
Industry Canada IC 2430101802
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation. Changes or modications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
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IFA12 Pet KeeperIndoor Transmitter Operation, Installation & Training Manual
Made in the USA
Thank you for choosing an Invisible Fence Pet Containment System
We believe that you now own the highest quality electronic pet containment system made anywhere. We support this claim by backing Invisible Fence Brand products with a One-Year, Money-Back Performance Guarantee*, and Warranties which include lightning and surge damage. Refer to your warranty card or the back of your sales contract for complete details. All of this is backed up by our international network of local Invisible Fence professionals who offer you professional installation, Safe Dog pet training, and prompt service. You are the most important judge of our products and services. When you tell us that we have met or exceeded your expectations for Invisible Fence products, then we are achieving our goal: to continuously keep your pet safe at home.
* Good only on professionally installed systems.
1. Read and Retain Manuals: Read all of the operating and training instructions before installing and/or using your new Invisible Fence Brand pet containment system. 2. Training: Train your pet according to the instructions in Invisible Fence training manuals. Complete all of the steps before allowing your pet to run free. 3. Obey all Cautions and Warnings: Adhere to all of the cautions and warnings contained in this manual and all other manuals pertaining to your Invisible Fence system, and on all Invisible Fence components. 4. Service and Repair: Do not attempt to service an IFA 12 transmitter yourself. Refer all service to an authorized Invisible Fence professional only. 5. For Animal Use Only: All Invisible Fence pet containment systems are designed for animal use only. Never attempt to use this product for any purpose not specifically described in this manual. IMPORTANT: If, for any reason, your Invisible Fence system does not operate as described in this manual, or if you encounter any difficulty training your pet, call your Invisible Fence professional immediately. Warning: The following precautions should always be taken. 1. Never attempt to install an Invisible Fence pet containment system unless you have first consulted your Invisible Fence professional and have Invisible Fence installation instructions. 2. Never install an IFA 12 outdoors or where it could be exposed to the outdoor elements, doing so will void the manufacturers warranties. 3. Check the transmitter periodically to make sure that it is operating properly and is producing a signal field. 4. Caution: Always take the Computer Collar off your pet before making any adjustment to any Invisible Fence equipment. 5. If you have any questions about any aspect of your Invisible Fence system, please call your Invisible Fence professional immediately. Warning: If you have any reason to believe that your pet may pose a danger to others, or that it may harm itself
if it is not kept from crossing the Invisible Boundary signal field, you should not rely solely on this product to contain your pet. Invisible Fence pet containment will not work unless: 1. The 12vAC transformer is plugged into the transmitter and is plugged into a 110vAC outlet. 2. The transmitter is turned on and is producing a signal field. 3. The Computer Collar is correctly fitted and worn by your pet. The Computer Collar is adjusted so that the receiver posts are touching your pets skin. 4. The Power Cap battery in the receiver is good and is correctly installed. 5. You train your pet as prescribed in the Invisible Fence training protocol. Do Not become overly confident that your pet has become conditioned to the Invisible Fence system sooner than expected. Complete all of the training steps before allowing your pet to run free. If you have any questions about any aspect of your Invisible Fence system, please call your Invisible Fence professional immediately. At Least Once a Month, and After a Thunder Storm, Check the Width of Your Invisible Fence Systems Signal Field Always keep a note of the width of your systems signal field. Always check the signal field from the same place. Take the Computer Collar off your pet. Follow the instructions for checking the width of the signal field on page 5. If the receiver does not sound a warning where the edge of the signal is supposed to be, or if it only sounds a warning when it is closer to the transmitter than the setting of the signal field, immediately call your Invisible Fence professional for service. Use other means to contain your pet until all necessary service has been completed.
IFA 12 Installation
Features and Functions The IFA 12 is designed for indoor use only. The IFA 12 transmitter is microprocessor controlled and designed to work with an Invisible Fence Computer Collar to contain your pet within ta certain area, or to block your pets access to an area. Unlike other Invisible Fence indoor and outdoor systems, an external signal field wire is not connected to the transmitter. The Invisible Boundary wire is contained within the transmitters case. The IFA 12 has a green LED that stays on without blinking to indicate that the transmitter has power and is turned on. The transmitters case is factory sealed and cannot be opened. Its power jack and signal field setting controls are located in a groove on the outside of the case.
Left to right: 12vAC power jack, signal field adjustment knob, 7KHz-10KHz channel switch.
The IFA 12 has a switch to select the transmitters operating frequency, 7K is the the LEFT position, 10K is the RIGHT position. There is one signal field adjustment knob that is used to set the width of the signal field. The Signal Field All Invisible Fence Brand transmitters produce a coded, low power radio signal. This signal is what activates your pets Computer Collar receiver. The IFA 12 signal field is omnidirectional. Its a sphere surrounding the transmitter, that is centered on the transmitter, and is broadcasted out 360in all directions from the unit. Planning the Installation Warning: IFA 12 transmitters are designed for indoor use exclusively. If an IFA 12 is used outdoors, it will be cause to void the manufacturer's warranty in full. You must locate an IFA 12 within 6 feet of a 110v outlet because of the length off the transformers
power cord. Unless you absolutely must, never use an outlet that can be turned ON and OFF by a wall switch. If you have to use an outlet that is not dedicated ON, there is a risk that the IFA 12 may be inadvertently turned OFF without you realizing it. Never permanently fasten an IFA 12 in place until after you have set and checked the width of the signal field and are sure of the area that the signal field will cover. It may be necessary to move the transmitter to have the signal field cover the area you want it to. The signal generated by an IFA 12 can be picked up by other conductors like television cable, copper plumbing lines, metal window and door frames, and metal furniture and furniture frames. If your objective is to keep a pet away from a table, couch, or bed by putting an IFA 12 under the piece of furniture and the signal bleeds to that piece of furniture, it may not be a problem. However, if you use an IFA 12 to protect an area and the signal bleeds to a metal object that is nearby, but not supposed to be within the protected area, you may have to change the location of the transmitter. To prevent the signal from bleeding, the transmitter should be located a few feet away from conductors like TV cable, copper pipes, and metal ducts. When an object like metal furniture, or furniture with an internal metal frame, or a metal door frame is nearby, an IFA 12 should be located so that the edge of the signal field will be a few feet away from it. When you are setting and checking the width of the IFA 12 signal field, use a Computer Collar and check all of the possible conductors within 10 feet (3.1m) of the transmitter to see if any of them are picking up the signal. An IFA 12 can be mounted on a wall or laid flat on the floor and placed beneath an object, such as a sofa or chair.
IFA 12 Installation continued
area that it will protect? To block a stairwell see if you will be able to fasten the IFA 12 under the stairs in the basement, or on the bottom of a step or the back of a riser. If there is an electric outlet in a closet that is under a staircase, a wall inside the closet may be a good place to put an IFA 12 to block the stairs. Locate the transmitter so that it blocks the end of the staircase that would otherwise be the entrance to the stairs. Block the access so that your pet will stop on the floor in front of the stairs and wont have to turn around on the stairs. For example, if your pet is to be kept from going upstairs block the bottom of the staircase. To keep your pet from going downstairs block the top of the staircase. Note: Never install an IFA 12 on the ceiling in a room or above a stairwell in the living area of your home. IFA 12, 12vAC Transformer, Model 100-0020-01 Turn on the IFA 12 by plugging the 12vAC transformers power line into the power jack on the transmitter marked PWR, then plug the transformer into a 110vAC outlet. The green LED on the face of the transmitter will light indicating that the power is connected and the transmitter is on. Any customer with another electric power source should ask their Invisible Fence professional for an appropriate adapter. Only use the model 100-0020-0l, 12vAC transformer provided with the IFA 12. This transformer will supply the output necessary to power the IFA 12. Specifications: INPUT: 120vAC 60 Hz 15W OUTPUT: 12vAC 750mA UL/CSA CLASS 2 Transformer UL listed/CSA certified Warning: The model 100-0020-01 is the only transformer authorized by Invisible Fence, Inc. to be used to supply the power to an IFA 12. The use of any other transformer may result in a malfunction of the IFA 12 transmitter.
An IFA 12 used to keep a pet off a chair.
Whenever you have a choice, do not locate an IFA 12 transmitter out in the open in a living area. Look around an area that you want to protect and consider the various places where you can locate the transmitter to have the signal field protect the area that you want it to. Can it be hidden under a piece of furniture, behind a bookcase or a sideboard, or in a built-in cabinet? Can it be located in the basement under the
Mounted on the wall behind the door, close to the entrance to the room that it is supposed to block, this IFA 12 is also blocking the hall outside of the room.
Located in the basement under the room, this IFA 12 is only blocking the entrance to the room.
Emergency battery backup power is not available for the IFA 12. Setting and Checking the Width of the Signal Field Caution: Never install any Invisible FenceBrand equipment or make any adjustment to the signal field while your pet is wearing its Computer Collar. If your pet is wearing the Computer Collar, be sure to remove it before you do any work. Before you set the width of the signal field, check to make sure that the 7K-10K channel switch on the IFA 12 is set to the same operating frequency as the Computer Collar receiver that your pet will be wearing, and the same operating frequency as any other transmitter(s) that may be part of your indoor system. Because the signal field from an IFA 12 is omnidirectional, the width of the signal is a radius. It is measured from the point where a Computer Collar receiver sounds a warning to the center of the transmitter. The width of the signal field can be set from a minimum of 1 foot (.3m) to a maximum of 7 feet (2.1m). The IFA 12 signal field is typically set 2 to 3 feet (.6 to.9m) wide for most applications. Turning the signal field adjustment knob clockwise decreases the width of the signal field, and turning it counter clockwise makes the signal field wider. These adjustments do not change the correction level of the receiver, they only change the width of the signal field from the IFA 12 transmitter. To keep a pet out of a specific room, for example: 1. Use a 110vAC outlet that is close to the doorway of the room that your pet is to be excluded from. Plug the transformer into the IFA 12 power jack, then plug the transformer into the 110v outlet. 2. Set the operating frequency so it is the same as your pets Computer Collar receiver, 7k or 10k. 3. Turn the signal field adjustment knob fully clockwise to the lowest setting. Then turn it up about ten minutes, counter clockwise. 4. Put the IFA 12 near the hinged side of the door frame and check the width of the signal field with the receiver. If the receiver activates across the entire doorway this setting is sufficient to block the entrance If this signal field setting is not wide enough to cover the area that you want it to, turn the signal field
adjustment knob counter clockwise another ten minutes and check the width of the signal field again. Repeat this process, making gradual changes, until the signal field is wide enough to cover the area. 5. Next, use the receiver to check that this placement does not block your pet's access to other areas, such as a hallway or exterior doorway where you want your pet to be able to pass. 6. If the proper area is being blocked, the IFA 12 may be permanently fastened where it is. 7. If not, reposition the IFA 12 farther away from the pass area while maintaining signal coverage of the doorway you want to block. This may require any of the following: A. Moving the IFA 12 to the latch side of the door frame if it is farther away from the pass area. B. Moving the IFA 12 away from the door and resetting the signal field. A larger field may provide better coverage of the doorway. Check the width of the signal field by holding a Computer Collar so that the receiver is at about the same height and on the same angle that it will be when your pet is wearing it. Start farther away from the transmitter than you think that the width of the signal field will be and walk slowly toward the IFA 12. The receiver will sound a warning when it is at the edge of the signal field.
Note: A Computer Collar receiver has a fail safe mechanism. The receiver will go through three complete cycles of 10 seconds on and 10 seconds off and then shut down. It will not reactivate until it is taken completely out of the the signal field, and is then brought back into it. Remember, the distance from the point where the Computer Collar receiver sounds a warning to the center of the transmitter is the width of the signal field. Because the IFA 12 signal field is a sphere it is very important to check the width of the signal field at different locations all around the transmitter. You want to be sure that the signal field is wide enough to cover the area that you want it to, but just as importantly, be sure that it is not so wide that it is also cover-
ing an area that is not supposed to be covered. When the signal field is covering the area that you want it to, permanently fasten the IFA 12 in place.
Note: If you want to use both an indoor IFA 12 system and an outdoor Invisible Fence system, you can use the same R series Computer Collar for both systems. The IFA 12 transmitter(s) must be set to the same operating frequency that the outdoor systems transmitter is set to, either 7K or 10K. CAUTION AND CARE An Invisible Fence Computer Collar will not work unless: 1. You train your pet as prescribed in the Invisible Fence Safe Dogtraining protocol. 2. The Computer Collar receiver is worn snugly on your pets neck under the lower jaw. 3. The Computer Collar is adjusted so that the receivers posts are touching your pets skin. 4. The Power Cap battery in the Computer Collar receiver is good and is correctly installed, see Changing the Computer Collar Receivers Power Cap Battery, on page 7. 5. The IFA 12 is on and producing a signal field. The following precautions should also be taken: 1. Always take the Computer Collar off your pet before you make any adjustment to your Invisible Fence system. 2. Gradually allow your pet to become accustomed to its new Computer Collar. Take off the collar every night during the first month and periodically thereafter. This will ensure proper fit and avoid the possibility of any irritation that the posts may cause to your pets skin. 3. Check the Computer Collar near your television set(s). Although the receiver has a decoding circuit, some televisions may produce a coded signal similar to the Invisible Fence signal and may cause the receiver to activate when it is close to a television. 4. DO NOT secure the correction posts in the receiver with any kind of glue or adhesive. ALWAYS use the post tightening tool to tighten the receiver posts.
Mark the signal field setting on the IFA 12.
Note: When the signal field is set where you want it, you can use a tiny dot of nail polish or paint on the signal field adjustment knob and the case of the IFA 12 to mark the setting for future reference. Mounting the IFA 12 Transmitter To permanently fasten an IFA 12 in place, drill two pilot holes aligned vertically and centered 2 1/2 inches (6.35cm) apart. Turn a 3/4 inch, #10 (4.8x19mm) pan-head sheet metal screw into each pilot hole until about 1/16 of an inch(1.6mm) of space remains between the surface the transmitter will be located on and the underside of the screws head. Center the round end of the keyholes on the bottom of the transmitters case over the screws so that the bottom of the transmitter is flush against the mounting surface. Slide the transmitter down to lock the heads of the screws in the keyholes.
Computer Collar Receivers
Warning: The A12 Computer Collar is designed for indoor use exclusively, using an A12 outdoors will void the manufacturers warranty in full. Note: An A12 Computer Collar receiver will not work with any outdoor Invisible Fence transmitter, nor any indoor transmitter except an IFA 12. Note: The A12 Computer Collar receiver is factory set to 7K, it will not work with an IFA 12 when the transmitters operating frequency is set to 10K.
Computer Collar Receivers continued
5. Check the transmitter periodically to make sure that it is operating properly and producing a signal field. 6. NEVER, under any circumstances, use this product for any purpose other than that stated in this manual. Invisible Fence systems are designed for animal use only. Features and Functions Computer Collar receivers are water resistant, microprocessor controlled units powered by a special 3v lithium Power Cap battery. An R series Computer Collar can be used with all ICT 700 series, Invisible Gate, and IFA12 transmitters. Computer Collar receivers are available with Short, Long, or Short-Space receiver posts to fit different size dogs and work well with any type of coat. Computer Collar receivers can be fitted with shunts to reduce the correction level of the receiver for small pets who are shy or timid. receiver. The three small circular indentations, equidistantly spaced around the outer edge of the base that supports the center battery contact in the receiver, indicate that the receiver is an R21 v3 series Computer Collar. Fitting the Computer Collar To work properly, the correction posts on the Computer Collar receiver must touch your pets skin. Posts are available in three different sizes to ensure a proper fit for every pet: short, 1/2 inch (12.7mm); long, 3/4 inch (19mm); and short-spaced posts. The receiver should be positioned underneath your pets neck with the posts pointing up and the top of the receiver pointing forward, toward your pets nose. Adjust the collar so its snug enough to slide one finger between a post and your pets neck. Periodic adjustment of the Computer Collar may be necessary as your pets coat, weight, and age change.
Make sure that the Computer Collar is snug enough for the posts to touch your pets skin. Be sure that you can still work a fingertip between the skin and the post.
Short, Long, and Short-Space Receiver Posts
R21 v3 Series Receivers The R21 v3 Computer Collar receivers have an added feature. The v3 will beep once when a Power Cap battery is installed. The beep indicates that the microprocessor in the receiver is working and that the Power Cap battery has enough voltage to power the
Changing the Computer Collar Receivers Power Cap Battery The Power Cap battery is a replaceable 3v lithium battery with a unique plastic screw cap. It is very important for proper operation that the receiver always has a good Power Cap
battery installed. On average, the battery should be changed every 3 to 4 months. But battery life can be reduced by several variables, including lower temperatures, the number of times a pet challenges the system boundary, and the fit of the collar on the pets neck. In cold weather, for example, it may be necessary to replace the battery more often. Your Invisible Fence professional should recommend a schedule for regularly changing a receivers Power Cap battery. We recommend that you ask your Dealer about a battery replacement plan. Note: Invisible Fence, Inc. recommends that a customer subscribe to a battery replacement plan where fresh Power Cap batteries are mailed directly to them on a regular schedule. Your Invisible Fence professional can determine the best schedule for you. Warning: The use of any battery other than a battery authorized by Invisible Fence, Inc. can cause a receiver to operate erratically. Failure of the receiver due to the use of an unauthorized battery, may result in denial of a warranty claim. Invisible Fence receivers are water resistant, they are not waterproof. In particularly humid climates or when a dog has access to creeks, pools, etc., water may get trapped in the battery compartment. A small rubber O-ring around the battery cap will minimize water invasion, but if you think that the battery compartment is getting wet, take the battery out of the Computer Collar receiver when your dog is not wearing the collar. This will allow the battery and the compartment to dry. To remove an old Power Cap battery from a Computer Collar receiver, use a small, thin coin in the slot on top of the battery and turn it counter clockwise. The battery will rotate up and out of the battery chamber. Never use a screwdriver to remove or tighten the battery because you may strip the plastic head on top of the battery. Note: Remember, before you put in a new Power Cap battery, you must wait for a full five minutes so that the Computer Collar receivers microprocessor has enough time to recycle after the old battery has been removed. To install a new battery, line up the two lugs on the bottom of the Power Cap with the two grooves in the sides of the battery chamber. Gently put the Power Cap into the chamber while turning it clockwise with your fingers. Finally, use a small, thin coin in the slot on the top of the battery to turn the battery clockwise until the slot on the top of the battery is lined up with the two small raised tabs on the bottom of the receiver. When the new Power Cap is in, wait 10 seconds before taking the receiver into the signal field to give the receiver time to recycle. Failure to follow these directions exactly, may result in the Computer Collar receiver not activating properly. To maintain optimum performance, we recommend that you periodically test the battery. Warning: The Power Cap battery case is made of soft, protective material. The use of unnecessary force may damage the case and render the battery inoperable. Warning: NEVER open a Power Cap, dispose of it in fire, recharge it, heat it above 212F(100C), or expose its contents to water. Doing so can cause leakage or explosion and may lead to personal injury. Power Cap Battery Tester We strongly recommend that each customer obtain a Power Cap battery tester. At least once a month, check the receiver battery with the Power Cap battery tester to be sure that your pet will stay out of areas that it is supposed to, and remain safely within your Invisible Fence system. The Power Cap battery tester measures the internal resistance of a Power Cap battery and shows how much life is left in the battery.
To test a receiver battery with the Power Cap battery tester, remove the battery from the receiver and put it into the Power Cap battery tester the same way that you would put it into a receiver. If the battery is good, the green and red LEDs on the tester will both light. If neither LED on the tester lights, or just the red LED lights dimly, the battery needs to be replaced. When you jerk your pets lead it should be just enough to get your pets attention, based on its personality and breed. Move immediately to a safe area while calling your pet. Kneel in the safe area and praise your pet for coming with you. The quick jerk on the lead is ample negative reinforcement during this part of the training. No verbal correction is necessary or desirable. On the other hand, praise should be generously given when your pet returns to the safe area with you. Caution: Never call or pull a pet into the signal field. 3. Repeat step 2 three or more times during each training session. Each day, schedule one or more training sessions of about 15 minutes each. 4. After 2 days, or when your pet is generally avoiding the protected area, remove the Post Cover from the Computer Collar receiver posts. With the Post Cover removed, repeat steps 2 and 3. Ideally, your dog should not receive more than 2 corrections during one session.
Training Your Pet
The training protocol will train your appropriateage puppy or dog to avoid a specific area or areas inside your home. Puppies mature at different ages, but in general, wait until a puppy is between 4 and 6 months old before allowing the puppy to receive a correction from a Computer Collar. Note: Plan to train your pet for at least 5 days. Training Procedure: 1. Before you begin training, put the Post Cover over both posts of the Computer Collar receiver. The receiver will sound a warning, but not give your pet a correction during this part of the training.
2. Turn the IFA 12 on and put the Computer Collar on your pet. Attach a lead to the collar your dog normally wears, and guide your pet toward the protected area. When the receiver sounds the warning tone, quickly jerk the lead and then release it.
This is the correct fit for a Computer Collar. The Woodhouse, or slip collar, is also on correctly.
Training Your Pet continued Important Warnings
1. WARNING: Occasionally an animal cannot be trained to avoid crossing the Invisible Boundary. Sometimes even a properly trained animal may cross the boundary. Therefore, Invisible Fence, Inc. and Invisible Fence Distributors and Dealers cannot guarantee that the system will, in all cases, keep Customer's animal within the established boundary. Accordingly, if Customer has reason to believe that his or her animal may pose a danger to others or harm itself if it is not kept from crossing the boundaries, Customer should not rely solely upon the system to keep the animal from crossing the boundary. 2. WARNING: The control panel component of the system includes visual and audio signals to warn of a system malfunction, and is therefore intended to be installed in a place where such signals may be easily seen and heard. If the control panel is installed in an enclosed box or in a place not readily accessible to Customer, Customer will forfeit the benefits of the system's warning functions for which Invisible Fence, Inc. and Invisible Fence Distributors and Dealers assume no responsibility. 3. WARNING: Some persons claim that the shock from an electronic receiver collar can provoke an animal to become aggressive, and possibly to attack or bite. Customer is hereby warned to be alert for growling, snarling, biting, or other aggressive behavior by any animal using the system, especially during training. If any such behavior is observed, particularly if it appears to be associated in any way with the system, Customer should immediately stop using the system, unplug the transmitter, and contact your local Invisible Fence professional or Invisible Fence, Inc. Reported incidents have typically involved: 1) dogs with pre-existing aggressive tendencies; and 2) other provocation at the time of the incident. Reports to Invisible Fence, Inc. alleging such incidents are rare, less than one in 10,000, or 0.01% of the time.
Note: If your pet enters the signal field around the area being protected, it will now receive a warning followed by a correction. 5. After 5 days of training your pet should be avoiding the protected area in your home, and be happy and content in the safe areas of the house. If your pet is not avoiding the protected area, continue the training for another day or two. If, for any reason, your Invisible Fence system does not operate as described in this manual, or if you encounter any difficulty training your pet, please call your Invisible Fence professional immediately.
FCC ID # KZ3IFA12 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. INDUSTRY CANADA CERTIFIED Canada 710
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