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Инструкция по эксплуатации Petsafe, модель PIG00-10777

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The Receiver Collar should NOT be on your dog when the system is tested. Note: The Receiver Collar is waterproof, which can make the tone hard to hear. The flashing Test Light when held to the Contact Points indicates the Receiver Collar is delivering Static Correction. To best utilize the automatic Run-Through Prevention feature, the containment Boundary Width should extend at least 6 to 10 feet on each side of the Boundary Wire (total Boundary Width of 12 to 20 feet). 6A 1. Apply Power to the Fence Transmitter with the supplied Power Adapter. 2. Set the Boundary Width Control Switch (located on the side of the Fence Transmitter) (6A) to the A, B, or C setting based on the total length of Boundary Wire used. Setting B is used for most properties. The following table will indicate the proper setting. 3. The width of the containment field is adjusted using the transmitter’s Amount of Wire Setting Greater than 2400 feet A Up to 1300 feet B 1300 to 2400 feet C Boundary Width Control knob. Turn the knob counter clockwise until the alarm sounds and the Loop Indicator Light is no longer lit. Turn the knob clockwise and increase by 2 numbers. The alarm should turn OFF and the light should turn ON. The Receiver Collar should not be on your dog when the system is tested. Your pet may receive an unintended correction. 4. Place battery in Receiver Collar. To identify the Warning and Static Correction Zones make sure the Receiver Collar is set at level 5 (see Step 5). 5. Test the Boundary Width of the system by selecting a section of straight Boundary Wire that is at least 50 feet long. Start inside the center of the containment field. 6. Place the Test Light Tool Contacts on the Contact Points on the Receiver Collar (6B,6C). Hold the Receiver Collar at your dog’s neck height with the Contact Points pointing up (6D) and the Correction Level Button facing the Boundary Wire. Slowly walk toward the Boundary Wire until you hear the warning tone (6E). When you hear the warning tone, you have identified the Boundary Width distance (Static Correction Zone). Two seconds after the warning tone, the test light will begin to flash. This flashing light can aid you in identifying the Boundary Width should you have difficulty hearing the tone. To avoid having the Receiver Collar go into Over Correction Protection mode, walk back into the Pet Area until the toning stops. If the Receiver Collar does not tone at the desired range, adjust the Boundary Width Control knob to obtain the desired range. Turning the Boundary Width Control knob clockwise increases the Boundary Width while turning it counterclockwise decreases it (6F). Repeat this activity as needed until the Receiver Collar tones between 6 to 10 feet from the Boundary Wire. If using a Double Loop layout, you may need to increase the separation of the Boundary Wire and/or increase the size of the Boundary Width to achieve the desired range. 7. Test in a number of different locations around the containment area until you are satisfied that the system is functioning properly. 8. Next, walk all around the Pet Area to ensure there are no areas where the Receiver Collar may activate from signals coupled onto buried wires or cables. Test the collar in and around the inside of the house as well. As mentioned, cable and wires from cable TV, electrical or telephone lines may conduct pet fencing signals inside and outside the house that can activate the dog’s collar accidentally. While rare, if this occurs your Boundary Wire is probably too close to these outside lines and should be moved or modified as shown in Figure (3A). Test Light Contacts 6B 6C 6D Boundary Wire 6E 6F 4 3 5 6 7 2 8 1 0 10 9 4 3 5 6 7 2 8 1 0 10 9 1-800-732-2677 9. To test the run-through prevention feature, walk towards the Boundary Wire. The Receiver Collar should tone and the Test Light should flash brighter as you enter the run-through area (6G). If you are satisfied that your system is functioning properly, you are ready to start burying the Boundary Wire. If the Receiver Collar did not tone or the Test Light did not flash, see the “Troubleshooting” section. Boundary Wire 6G StepInstall the Boundary Wire 7 7 Before you begin installing the Boundary Wire, unplug the Fence Transmitter power adapter from the outlet. To Bury the Boundary Wire Burying the Boundary Wire is recommended to protect it and prevent disabling the system. 1. Cut a trench 1-3 inches deep along your planned boundary. 2. Place the Boundary Wire into the trench maintaining some slack to allow it to expand and contract with temperature variations. 3. Use a blunt tool such as a wooden paint stick to push the Boundary Wire into the trench. Be careful not to damage the Boundary Wire insulation. To Attach the Boundary Wire to an Existing Fence The Boundary Wire of the PetSafe® Stubborn Dog In-Ground Fence™ can be attached to a chain link fence, split rail fence, or a wooden privacy fence. The Boundary Wire can be attached as high as n...

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