Consider the layout of your yard, its size, and the area that you want to create for your pet to enjoy. The wireless fence creates a circular containment area, with the transmitter in the center of the circle. Make sure the entire pet area lies within your property boundaries. If the boundary zone will be less than 45 feet from the transmitter, place the boundary switch on low. If the boundary zone will be greater than 45 feet place the boundary switch on high. Remember that you may also move the transmitter within your home to adjust the location of the containment area as needed.
You can use one of two methods to set up and check your boundary area.
One person should hold the receiver collar at your pet’s neck height with logo side facing away from the transmitter. This person with the collar should walk out into the yard to the edge of the desired containment area. Facing away from the transmitter, hold the receiver collar at the edge of the desired pet area. The second person, should be at the transmitter. Begin with the boundary control dial set to 8, the person at the transmitter should turn the dial down SLOWLY. When the receiver collar starts to beeps, tell the person at the transmitter to stop turning the boundary control dial. Using cell phones to communicate with each other may help to make this process easier. Now your boundary is set. Note the boundary setting on the transmitter for future reference
Measure the shortest distance from the desired boundary zone to the transmitter. Find the distance on the transmitter range chart below and set the boundary switch and boundary control dial. Take the receiver collar to the boundary zone with the receiver collar at your pets neck height with logo side facing away from the transmitter. Determine where the receiver collar begins to beep. If the receiver collar beeps before or after the desired boundary zone, return to the transmitter and adjust the boundary control dial. Repeat this process until the receiver collar is beeping at the desired location. Record your settings below for future reference.