The Indoor Radio Fence is a simple to operate system designed to keep pets away from a designated area specified by the user. The system can be used to keep you pet away from a certain room, away from a sofa, table top, etc., by simply placing the transmitter near the doorway or under the sofa. Although the transmitter is designed for indoor use, it can be used in the garage or under a covered patio where a 110 outlet is accessible.Close
If you already have a PetSafe in-ground fence, you can use the same collar with our pet proofing barriers. Purchase an extra barrier and place it in an area you don't want your pet to access. Choose from indoor and outdoor barriers.
Wireless fences aren't compatible with our pet proofing barriers.
|These fence systems||work with these receiver collars||and these barriers|
|Wireless Mapping||Wireless Mapping Fence (PIF00-13651)||Wireless Mapping Fence Add-A-Dog Receiver Collar (PIF00-13652)|
||Indoor Pet Barrier Transmitter (PIRF-100)|
|YardMax®||YardMax® Rechargeable In-Ground Fence™ (PIG00-11115)||YardMax® Rechargeable In-Ground Fence™ Collar (PIG00-11116)|
Measure your pet’s neck, mark the appropriate length, making sure you leave enough slack for the probes and any growth your pet may experience.
Trim the excess off collar. Seal the edge of the cut by taking a match or lighter along the frayed edge.
When threading your strap through the clasp, loop the collar through the clasp exactly like the illustrations above.
Installing batteries in receiver
Install one 6 volt battery observing proper polarity. Reinstall lid a tighten both screws securely.
Note: It is important to check your batteries to insure proper operation of your system. Battery life will vary depending on how often your pet tests the system and receives a correction.
Placing the receiver on your pet
Place the receiver collar on your pet directly beneath the neck. Attach securely enough that the probes make contact with the skin. You should be able to fit one finger between the probes and your pet’s neck.
Important Note: Slide buckle also prevents collar from becoming loose around your dog's neck.
Important Note: Ribs must be facing up, otherwise collar will slip if it is not properly threaded.
Installing the Indoor Radio Fence Transmitter
The transmitter can be placed lying flat on a surface or hung on a wall. If hanging the transmitter on a wall, the signal becomes very directional. The signal is strongest directly in front of and directly behind the unit. It is the weakest to the side of the unit.
Note: Metal objects can alter the magnetic field and change the transmitting range. The effect on the range depends on the size and shape of the objects. The metal objects can also change the beep and the shock ratio. A slight reduction in the transmission range will also occur when the transmitter is placed on concrete floor due to the steel mesh underneath.
Optimum range is achieved when the transmitter is placed on a non-conductive surface, i.e., wood floor or table. A range in excess of over 10 ft. can be achieved when using this surface.
Operating the transmitter
To turn the transmitter on, plug the adaptor into the wall and connect the other end of the adaptor into the transmitter. Rotate the ON/OFF dial clockwise until it clicks. The red LED light will glow when powered.
Adjusting the range
The range adjustment dial (also ON/OFF switch) determines the distance from the boundary that the receiver will pick up the signal. The range is adjustable from 2 feet to over 10 feet depending on the surface the transmitter is on. Adjusting the dial to the right will increase the signal range.
With the dial range turned all the way to the right, hold the receiver with the probes pointing straight up. At a distance of about 3 to 4 feet away from the transmitter, you should hear the correction sound. Start backing away from the transmitter. The correction sound will change to a warning sound (rapid beeping) finally there will be no sound at all. This determines your maximum effective range in this surrounding. If the range is too far, turn the adjustment dial to the left. Repeat this process until you achieve your desired range.
Note: To avoid receiving a static correction, do not to touch the probes during this step.