Setup Step 6: Program the Boundary

After successfully conducting boundary tests and installing the Fence Transmitter, you are ready to program the boundary into the Receiver Collar. As a reminder the maximum number of flags is 128.

  1. With the Receiver Collar connected to the Boundary Programming Unit (BPU) as in test mode, turn ON the BPU.
  2. Select Programming mode.
  3. Select the boundary type, Full or Partial.
  4. Starting at Flag 1, walk in a CLOCKWISE direction around the Fence Transmitter. Be sure to point the arrow on the Receiver Mounting Bracket in a direction away from the Transmitter when programming each flag.
  5. Stop at each flag to acquire boundary data by following the prompts. Be sure not to move the Receiver Collar while recording the boundary data. As in the TEST MODE, the range will be displayed if the flag is accepted. Otherwise, an error menu will indicate what caused the location to fail.
  6. After all flag positions have been recorded, the BPU will prompt you to record a Reference Point location. The Reference Point is a location that can easily be remembered and is permanent (i.e. a comer of a sidewalk or driveway). The Reference Point must be located 20 to 80 feet from the Transmitter. This Reference Point location is used to add multiple receivers to the system.
  7. Once you’ve collected the Reference Point press OK on the BPU to initiate the Boundary Calculation/Receiver Programming processes. Together, these processes may take several minutes to complete. During this time, you may leave the area, but do not unplug the BPU from the Receiver Collar until you see the message on the BPU screen giving you permission to disconnect.
  8. After programming is complete, disconnect the BPU from the Receiver Collar and turn off the BPU. When disconnecting the BPU, the Receiver Collar will beep twice and power down.

Step 7: Set the Warning Zone