Quick Setup Guide

Quick Setup Guide
Congratulations for completing the setup of your Havahart® Wireless
Custom-Shape Wireless Dog Fence.
You are now ready to start training and enjoying your fence.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
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Proper training of your dog is the most critical element to ensure the successful
operation of your wireless dog fence. Consult the training section of the
instruction manual once you have set up your wireless dog fence.
Quick Setup Guide
Model 5144G
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Fully Charge the System Controller and Batteries for 3 hours.
AVERAGE SYSTEM SETUP TIME IS 2 HOURS.
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Ensure that the following components are included with your system. If a component
is missing, please call 1-800-800-1819, Option 1.
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Controller
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Collar
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USB Cable
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2 RCR123 Batteries For Collar
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USB AC Adapter
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Battery Charger
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Master Base
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Extra Set Of Collar Probes For Short-Haired Dogs
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3 Bases
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Heart-Shaped Collar Tester
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4 AC Adapter Power Cords For Bases
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74 White Training Flags, 1 Blue Training Flag
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Removable Wall-Mount Adhesive Strips
Instructional DVD
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4 Screws and 4 Wall Anchors
Instruction Manual
Troubleshooting Guide
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Charge the Controller and both RCR123 Batteries for 3 hours prior to use (see
Recharging a Battery in the Instruction Manual). Connect the Controller, via the USB
Cable, to your computer while it is turned on or to the USB AC Adapter and wall outlet.
If a Found New Hardware screen appears when you connect the Controller to your
computer, press Cancel.
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The Quick Setup Guide can help you get your wireless fence up and running quickly
and efficiently. It is not a replacement for the instruction manual. IT IS IMPORTANT
that you read and follow all safety guidelines and directions detailed in the
Instruction Manual to ensure the safe and effective operation of your system.
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ROAMING AREA - Area inside the
Trigger Zone where your dog is free
to play. Capable of expanding up to
500 feet in any direction.
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• If Bases must be in the same area, such as a
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walls than on the same wall.
• DO NOT place the Bases within 3 feet of metal
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windows or outer walls in the furthest corners
of your home, near 120V AC power outlets,
spaced as far apart as possible, but a minimum
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Installing the Bases:
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
Setting Up the Bases
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objects, such as mirrors, microwaves, home
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appliances, an electric power meter, air conditioning units, metal
grates/fences, metal screened porches, downspouts, large bushes or other objects
immediately outside the wall. Move the Bases so that they have the best communication
path to the outside.
TRIGGER ZONE - Zone located
outside the Roaming Area that forms
the Fence Boundary. May be up to 13
feet wide.
• Position the Master Base A (see USB port on bottom) in an interior corner wall near the
EXCLUSION ZONE - Target areas
on your property where you wish
to restrict your dog’s access, such as
a flower bed, pool or patio. Up to 4
Exclusion Zones can be created.
• Attach the other 3 Bases to walls in the remaining 3 corners of your home. Do NOT plug area where your dog spends most of his time outdoors. Using the removable wall-mount
adhesive strips (see Figures below), place it approximately 6 feet off the floor. Do NOT
plug it in at this time.
them in at this time.
Need Assistance? WE CAN HELP!
CALL 1-800-800-1819, OPTION 1.
There is no need to return this product to the store for any reason.
Contact Havahart® Wireless Directly!
Woodstream Corporation
69 North Locust Street
Lititz, PA 17543
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Charge the Controller and both RCR123 Batteries for 3 hours prior to use (see
Recharging a Battery in the Instruction Manual). Connect the Controller, via the USB
Cable, to your computer while it is turned on or to the USB AC Adapter and wall outlet.
If a Found New Hardware screen appears when you connect the Controller to your
computer, press Cancel.
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The Quick Setup Guide can help you get your wireless fence up and running quickly
and efficiently. It is not a replacement for the instruction manual. IT IS IMPORTANT
that you read and follow all safety guidelines and directions detailed in the
Instruction Manual to ensure the safe and effective operation of your system.
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ROAMING AREA - Area inside the
Trigger Zone where your dog is free
to play. Capable of expanding up to
500 feet in any direction.
Exclusion Zone
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• If Bases must be in the same area, such as a
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garage, it is better to place Bases on adjacent
walls than on the same wall.
• DO NOT place the Bases within 3 feet of metal
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windows or outer walls in the furthest corners
of your home, near 120V AC power outlets,
spaced as far apart as possible, but a minimum
of 20 feet apart.
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Installing the Bases:
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
Setting Up the Bases
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objects, such as mirrors, microwaves, home
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appliances, an electric power meter, air conditioning units, metal
grates/fences, metal screened porches, downspouts, large bushes or other objects
immediately outside the wall. Move the Bases so that they have the best communication
path to the outside.
TRIGGER ZONE - Zone located
outside the Roaming Area that forms
the Fence Boundary. May be up to 13
feet wide.
• Position the Master Base A (see USB port on bottom) in an interior corner wall near the
EXCLUSION ZONE - Target areas
on your property where you wish
to restrict your dog’s access, such as
a flower bed, pool or patio. Up to 4
Exclusion Zones can be created.
• Attach the other 3 Bases to walls in the remaining 3 corners of your home. Do NOT plug area where your dog spends most of his time outdoors. Using the removable wall-mount
adhesive strips (see Figures below), place it approximately 6 feet off the floor. Do NOT
plug it in at this time.
them in at this time.
Need Assistance? WE CAN HELP!
CALL 1-800-800-1819, OPTION 1.
There is no need to return this product to the store for any reason.
Contact Havahart® Wireless Directly!
Woodstream Corporation
69 North Locust Street
Lititz, PA 17543
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Activating The Bases (continued):
The Wireless Fence Tracker program will allow you to
see approximately where your wireless Fence Boundary
lies and where your dog is and has been in relation to
your Base locations. Your home computer will need
internet access in order to operate the program.
• Touch the screen of the Controller to turn it on and
press “Get Started” (see Screen 1.0).
• Press “System” (see Screen 1.1).
• Press “Complete” (see Screen 1.2) to add the Figure 2.0
Master Base A to the System. The indicator light will
turn solid green.
Master Base A.
• To access the Wireless Fence Tracker, visit
Master Base A and plug it into a power outlet. After
the indicator light turns green, press “Complete” on
the Controller to add the Base to the System.
• If you don’t have an account, create one to gain
secure access to the program.
• Walk clockwise to the remaining 2 Bases and repeat
• The Wireless Fence Tracker Grid should appear with
these steps to activate them. (see Illustration C).
4 Bases on the screen (see Figure 2.0). At this time,
these Bases do not yet represent your Bases.
Screen 1.1
• Your Bases should now be properly oriented on
• Disconnect the fully charged Controller from the
the Wireless Fence Tracker. The Master Base A will
always appear at the intersection or crosshairs
of the 2 bold lines. Base B will always appear
directly to the right of the Master Base A on
the horizontal bold line. Bases C and D will then
appear in their respective relative positions (see
Figure 2.3a).
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the USB cable.
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Activating The Bases:
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with the Master Base A. Plug the Master Base A into
the power outlet.
Screen 1.2
• Press “Yes” to setup your Fence Boundary/
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• Add the Bases, one at a time into the System, starting
Activate the Bases in a clockwise fashion.
• The indicator light will flash green to show that the
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Base is powered on. Do not plug in the other
Bases yet.
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• On the Wireless Fence Tracker, select “Start” to begin
recording. As you activate your Bases, they will move
to their actual locations on the screen.
Screen 1.0
• Walk clockwise to the next Base to the right of the
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• Make sure the computer is located within 6 feet of the
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Activating The Bases (continued):
The Wireless Fence Tracker program will allow you to
see approximately where your wireless Fence Boundary
lies and where your dog is and has been in relation to
your Base locations. Your home computer will need
internet access in order to operate the program.
• Touch the screen of the Controller to turn it on and
press “Get Started” (see Screen 1.0).
• Press “System” (see Screen 1.1).
• Press “Complete” (see Screen 1.2) to add the Figure 2.0
Master Base A to the System. The indicator light will
turn solid green.
Master Base A.
• To access the Wireless Fence Tracker, visit
Master Base A and plug it into a power outlet. After
the indicator light turns green, press “Complete” on
the Controller to add the Base to the System.
• If you don’t have an account, create one to gain
secure access to the program.
• Walk clockwise to the remaining 2 Bases and repeat
• The Wireless Fence Tracker Grid should appear with
these steps to activate them. (see Illustration C).
4 Bases on the screen (see Figure 2.0). At this time,
these Bases do not yet represent your Bases.
Screen 1.1
• Your Bases should now be properly oriented on
• Disconnect the fully charged Controller from the
the Wireless Fence Tracker. The Master Base A will
always appear at the intersection or crosshairs
of the 2 bold lines. Base B will always appear
directly to the right of the Master Base A on
the horizontal bold line. Bases C and D will then
appear in their respective relative positions (see
Figure 2.3a).
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• Connect your computer to the Master Base A via
the USB cable.
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Trigger Zone.
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with the Master Base A. Plug the Master Base A into
the power outlet.
Screen 1.2
• Press “Yes” to setup your Fence Boundary/
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• Add the Bases, one at a time into the System, starting
Activate the Bases in a clockwise fashion.
• The indicator light will flash green to show that the
2
Base is powered on. Do not plug in the other
Bases yet.
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• On the Wireless Fence Tracker, select “Start” to begin
recording. As you activate your Bases, they will move
to their actual locations on the screen.
Screen 1.0
• Walk clockwise to the next Base to the right of the
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• Make sure the computer is located within 6 feet of the
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Placing Fence Boundary Training Flags :
(see Illustration E on Page 6)
Recording the Fence Boundary (continued):
• Use the blue flag to mark your starting point. Place Controller over the flags at all times and
between your body and the Bases as your
body may affect the signal and cause the
boundary to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
• When recording your Fence Boundary, keep the
boundary flags in the ground, 6 feet apart from one
another to establish the desired perimeter of your
boundary.
• Once you have confirmed that all flags are in the proper Screen 3.5
position, press “Complete” (see Screen 3.5).
• Starting at the blue flag, hold the Controller at
Recording the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone:
waist level over the flag, wait 5 seconds and
press “Record” (see Screen 3.6.)
PAUSE FEATURE NOTE:
During fence recording, you can press “Pause”
(see Screen 3.7) to stop, go around an object (such as
a shed or other large object), and record the Fence
Boundary through the object (see Illustration D).
After you walk around the object, wait 5 seconds
and then press “Continue” to continue recording
your Fence (see Screen 3.8).
Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
2 Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
Screen 3.6
• Walk the flag line (see Illustration E) at a SLOW
Screen 3.7
deliberate pace until you reach the blue flag and
press “Done” (see Screen 3.7). Slow down coming
around corners. Stop for 1 second at each corner
if you want the system to make a sharp corner
point.
Screen 3.7
• A congratulatory screen will appear. Press “NEXT”.
• The Wireless Fence Tracker will show the Fence
Wait 5 seconds,
then Continue
Pause
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Illustration C
Boundary in green. The blue circles track the Controller and should closely, but not perfectly overlay the green line (see Figure 3.0).
Screen 3.8
Screen 3.8
Illustration E
Illustration D
Figure 3.0
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Placing Fence Boundary Training Flags :
(see Illustration E on Page 6)
Recording the Fence Boundary (continued):
• Use the blue flag to mark your starting point. Place Controller over the flags at all times and
between your body and the Bases as your
body may affect the signal and cause the
boundary to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
• When recording your Fence Boundary, keep the
boundary flags in the ground, 6 feet apart from one
another to establish the desired perimeter of your
boundary.
• Once you have confirmed that all flags are in the proper Screen 3.5
position, press “Complete” (see Screen 3.5).
• Starting at the blue flag, hold the Controller at
Recording the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone:
waist level over the flag, wait 5 seconds and
press “Record” (see Screen 3.6.)
PAUSE FEATURE NOTE:
During fence recording, you can press “Pause”
(see Screen 3.7) to stop, go around an object (such as
a shed or other large object), and record the Fence
Boundary through the object (see Illustration D).
After you walk around the object, wait 5 seconds
and then press “Continue” to continue recording
your Fence (see Screen 3.8).
Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
2 Setting Up the Fence Boundary/Trigger Zone
Screen 3.6
• Walk the flag line (see Illustration E) at a SLOW
Screen 3.7
deliberate pace until you reach the blue flag and
press “Done” (see Screen 3.7). Slow down coming
around corners. Stop for 1 second at each corner
if you want the system to make a sharp corner
point.
Screen 3.7
• A congratulatory screen will appear. Press “NEXT”.
• The Wireless Fence Tracker will show the Fence
Wait 5 seconds,
then Continue
Pause
SHED
Illustration C
Boundary in green. The blue circles track the Controller and should closely, but not perfectly overlay the green line (see Figure 3.0).
Screen 3.8
Screen 3.8
Illustration E
Illustration D
Figure 3.0
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Setting Up the Exclusion Zone(s)
Placing Exclusion Zone Training Flags:
Installing a Battery:
• Place flags in the ground, six feet apart from one
• Make sure the Battery is fully charged.
another to establish the desired Exclusion Zone
boundary.
• Turn the Battery Cap counterclockwise, remove it,
• Select “Add ExZone” (See Screen 4.3).
clockwise to lock it in place. The Collar Light will flash green. If it does not, shake the
Collar gently as the Collar is in sleep mode (see the Havahart Wireless Collar Light Chart).
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• Select the ExZone you would like to add ie. EXZONE1
(see Screen 4.4).
Havahart® Wireless Collar Light Chart:
• Once you have confirmed that all flags are in the proper Collar Light
position, press “Complete”.
Recording an Exclusion Zone:
recorded your Fence Boundary (see Page 5).
Shake gently and watch for the Light to
flash green. Make sure a fully charged
Battery is in the Collar.
Fast Green Flash
every second
-Not added to System OR
-System is off OR
-Only Fence is on
Make sure the Fence is on and add the
Collar to the System.
Slow Green Flash
every 4-5 seconds
-Paired to System and
operating normally
No action required.
Red Flash
-Low Battery
OR
-Boundary Breach
Charge the Battery OR
Return the dog to Roaming Area.
• Starting about 4 feet or one pace inside the first flag, hold
the Controller at waist level, wait 5 seconds and press
“Record” (see Screen 4.6). Walk at a QUICK deliberate
pace all the way around the inside of your Exclusion Zone
ending where you started. Slow down coming around
corners. Stop for 1 second at each corner if you want the
system to make a sharp corner point.
Activating a Collar:
• The system allows you to activate up to 2 Collars
using the Controller.
• Position the Collar near the Master Base.
Screen 5.2
• When you return to your starting point, press “Done” and
a Congratulatory screen will appear.
• Select “Collars” from the main menu.
• Press “Yes” if you would like to name your Exclusion
• Select “Add Collar” (see Screen 6.3).
Screen 6.3
Zone (see Screen 5.2).
• Press “Next” (see Screen 6.4).
• The Wireless Fence Tracker will show the Exclusion Zone
also in green. The blue circles track your Controller and
should closely, but not perfectly overlay the green line (see
Figure 4.0).
Action
-Asleep OR
-Battery is too Low OR
-Battery is not in the Collar
• Because Exclusion Zones are smaller than your fence you
Screen 4.6
Status
Off
Screen 4.4
• The Pause feature can be used in the same way you must walk about 4 feet or one pace inside the flag line.
Make sure to keep the Controller between your body
and the Bases as your body may affect the signal and
cause the boundary to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
Figure 5.0
• Replace the Battery Cap and turn it 1/4 turn
Screen 4.3
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RCR123 3V
Collar Light
and insert the Battery (see Figure 5.0).
• Using the Controller, select “ExZones” from the main menu.
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Setting Up the Collar(s)
4 Setting Up the Collar(s)
3 Setting Up the Exclusion Zone(s) Optional
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Setting Up the Exclusion Zone(s)
Placing Exclusion Zone Training Flags:
Installing a Battery:
• Place flags in the ground, six feet apart from one
• Make sure the Battery is fully charged.
another to establish the desired Exclusion Zone
boundary.
• Turn the Battery Cap counterclockwise, remove it,
• Select “Add ExZone” (See Screen 4.3).
clockwise to lock it in place. The Collar Light will flash green. If it does not, shake the
Collar gently as the Collar is in sleep mode (see the Havahart Wireless Collar Light Chart).
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• Select the ExZone you would like to add ie. EXZONE1
(see Screen 4.4).
Havahart® Wireless Collar Light Chart:
• Once you have confirmed that all flags are in the proper Collar Light
position, press “Complete”.
Recording an Exclusion Zone:
recorded your Fence Boundary (see Page 5).
Shake gently and watch for the Light to
flash green. Make sure a fully charged
Battery is in the Collar.
Fast Green Flash
every second
-Not added to System OR
-System is off OR
-Only Fence is on
Make sure the Fence is on and add the
Collar to the System.
Slow Green Flash
every 4-5 seconds
-Paired to System and
operating normally
No action required.
Red Flash
-Low Battery
OR
-Boundary Breach
Charge the Battery OR
Return the dog to Roaming Area.
• Starting about 4 feet or one pace inside the first flag, hold
the Controller at waist level, wait 5 seconds and press
“Record” (see Screen 4.6). Walk at a QUICK deliberate
pace all the way around the inside of your Exclusion Zone
ending where you started. Slow down coming around
corners. Stop for 1 second at each corner if you want the
system to make a sharp corner point.
Activating a Collar:
• The system allows you to activate up to 2 Collars
using the Controller.
• Position the Collar near the Master Base.
Screen 5.2
• When you return to your starting point, press “Done” and
a Congratulatory screen will appear.
• Select “Collars” from the main menu.
• Press “Yes” if you would like to name your Exclusion
• Select “Add Collar” (see Screen 6.3).
Screen 6.3
Zone (see Screen 5.2).
• Press “Next” (see Screen 6.4).
• The Wireless Fence Tracker will show the Exclusion Zone
also in green. The blue circles track your Controller and
should closely, but not perfectly overlay the green line (see
Figure 4.0).
Action
-Asleep OR
-Battery is too Low OR
-Battery is not in the Collar
• Because Exclusion Zones are smaller than your fence you
Screen 4.6
Status
Off
Screen 4.4
• The Pause feature can be used in the same way you must walk about 4 feet or one pace inside the flag line.
Make sure to keep the Controller between your body
and the Bases as your body may affect the signal and
cause the boundary to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
Figure 5.0
• Replace the Battery Cap and turn it 1/4 turn
Screen 4.3
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RCR123 3V
Collar Light
and insert the Battery (see Figure 5.0).
• Using the Controller, select “ExZones” from the main menu.
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Setting Up the Collar(s)
4 Setting Up the Collar(s)
3 Setting Up the Exclusion Zone(s) Optional
Figure 4.0
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Activating a Collar (continued):
Testing the Trigger Zone:
• While gently shaking a Collar to keep it awake, press the • To confirm that the location of the actual boundary
Collar that you would like to activate (see Screen 6.5).
is correct, Test Your Trigger Zone in 2 Ways - It is
necessary to perform both steps for complete
verification.
• A Congratulatory screen will appear (see Screen 6.7). Press “Yes” if you would like to name the Collar (see Screen 7.5).
Adjusting the Correction Level of a Collar:
• In both cases, make sure the Collar is set to Tone Only.
Screen 6.5
• Select “Collars” from the main menu.
• Press “Edit Collar Correction Level” (see Screen 7.3).
• Press Collar that you wish to adjust (see Screen 7.4).
• Press “LEVEL UP” or “LEVEL DOWN” to adjust the
correction level to the desired setting -- 5 being the
highest correction level and 1 being the lowest
correction level (see Screen 7.9).
Setting Up the Collar(s)
Setting Up the Collar(s)
4 Setting Up the Collar(s)
Screen 6.7
• Press “APPLY” and a confirmation screen will
Extend your arm down by your side and hold the Collar
by the Grey Battery Housing so that you can see the
Collar Light (see Figure 6.0). Make sure to keep the
Collar between your body and the Bases as your
body may affect the signal and cause the boundary
to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal Strength in the
Instruction Manual).
Step 1:
• Walk a parallel path to your boundary, 10 feet inside
the flag line, at the same SLOW deliberate pace and
in the same manner in which you recorded the Trigger
Zone while gently moving the Collar to keep it awake.
• The Collar alarm should not tone as you walk along the
display briefly.
Figure 6.0
Figure 7.0
inside of your boundary. If the Collar alarm tones during
your Trigger Zone test, make a note of the location and
continue walking inside your Fence Boundary.
Screen 7.5
• Once complete, look at the Wireless Fence Tracker. The
path that you walked should be represented by little red
circles (see Figure 7.0).
• The red circles should closely, but not perfectly run
Screen 7.9
parallel to the green line .
• If you notice any extreme dips, loops or crossovers in
Screen 7.3
Screen 7.4
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your fence, you may you may want to Remove your
Fence and re-record. In most cases, you may need to
simply move flags one way or the other to be closer
to the boundary. If the Fence Boundary is still not within
your level of tolerance and if re-recording does not solve
the problem (consult your Troubleshooting Guide), it
may be necessary to reposition one or more of your
Bases so that there are less signal limiting obstructions
(see Page 8 in the Instruction Manual) between the Fence
Boundary and your Bases (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
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Activating a Collar (continued):
Testing the Trigger Zone:
• While gently shaking a Collar to keep it awake, press the • To confirm that the location of the actual boundary
Collar that you would like to activate (see Screen 6.5).
is correct, Test Your Trigger Zone in 2 Ways - It is
necessary to perform both steps for complete
verification.
• A Congratulatory screen will appear (see Screen 6.7). Press “Yes” if you would like to name the Collar (see Screen 7.5).
Adjusting the Correction Level of a Collar:
• In both cases, make sure the Collar is set to Tone Only.
Screen 6.5
• Select “Collars” from the main menu.
• Press “Edit Collar Correction Level” (see Screen 7.3).
• Press Collar that you wish to adjust (see Screen 7.4).
• Press “LEVEL UP” or “LEVEL DOWN” to adjust the
correction level to the desired setting -- 5 being the
highest correction level and 1 being the lowest
correction level (see Screen 7.9).
Setting Up the Collar(s)
Setting Up the Collar(s)
4 Setting Up the Collar(s)
Screen 6.7
• Press “APPLY” and a confirmation screen will
Extend your arm down by your side and hold the Collar
by the Grey Battery Housing so that you can see the
Collar Light (see Figure 6.0). Make sure to keep the
Collar between your body and the Bases as your
body may affect the signal and cause the boundary
to shift (see Factors Affecting Signal Strength in the
Instruction Manual).
Step 1:
• Walk a parallel path to your boundary, 10 feet inside
the flag line, at the same SLOW deliberate pace and
in the same manner in which you recorded the Trigger
Zone while gently moving the Collar to keep it awake.
• The Collar alarm should not tone as you walk along the
display briefly.
Figure 6.0
Figure 7.0
inside of your boundary. If the Collar alarm tones during
your Trigger Zone test, make a note of the location and
continue walking inside your Fence Boundary.
Screen 7.5
• Once complete, look at the Wireless Fence Tracker. The
path that you walked should be represented by little red
circles (see Figure 7.0).
• The red circles should closely, but not perfectly run
Screen 7.9
parallel to the green line .
• If you notice any extreme dips, loops or crossovers in
Screen 7.3
Screen 7.4
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your fence, you may you may want to Remove your
Fence and re-record. In most cases, you may need to
simply move flags one way or the other to be closer
to the boundary. If the Fence Boundary is still not within
your level of tolerance and if re-recording does not solve
the problem (consult your Troubleshooting Guide), it
may be necessary to reposition one or more of your
Bases so that there are less signal limiting obstructions
(see Page 8 in the Instruction Manual) between the Fence
Boundary and your Bases (see Factors Affecting Signal
Strength in the Instruction Manual).
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Step 2:
• Walk toward the boundary while gently moving the Collar to keep it awake until the Collar
beeps and the Collar Light flashes red. To confirm the boundary location, step back until the
Collar stops beeping and then walk forward in the same direction until the Collar beeps and
the Collar Light flashes red again (see Illustration H).
• Test the Trigger Zone in multiple locations (see Illustration E-2).
• If necessary, move the flags to the correct location. If not satisfied with the location, you may
need to Remove your Fence and re-record.
Fitting a Collar
Setting Up the Collar(s)
5 Fitting a Collar
• Be sure your dog is safely within the Roaming Area and the Correction Level is set to Tone Only.
• With your dog standing comfortably, position the Collar high on your dog’s neck, underneath the chin with the Probes facing upward and centered on your dog’s neck.
The Havahart® logo should be right side up when you look at your dog.
• Make sure the Probes maintain contact with skin.
- Collar is factory installed with long Probes for thick or long-haired breeds.
- Short Probes for short-haired dogs are included.
NOTE: If you have any Exclusion Zones, perform similar Trigger Zone testing.
- To change the Probes, simply unscrew the long Probes and replace them.
Finger-tighten the Probes. Do not over tighten.
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• Adjust the Collar to fit snugly but not tightly. You should be able to slide the tip
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of one finger between your dog’s coat and one of the Probes on the Collar. The tip of your finger should not be able to slip between the two easily, but with some effort. It should be a tight squeeze (see Illustration I). Separately, you should be able to slide one finger between the strap of the Collar and the back of your dog’s neck.
NOTE: If your dog is going to continue to grow or grows a long winter coat, leave extra room
before trimming off the excess.
Illustration E-2
Illustration H
• Once Collar is adjusted to the correct length, remove the Collar and trim the excess using scissors (see Illustration J).
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Step 2:
• Walk toward the boundary while gently moving the Collar to keep it awake until the Collar
beeps and the Collar Light flashes red. To confirm the boundary location, step back until the
Collar stops beeping and then walk forward in the same direction until the Collar beeps and
the Collar Light flashes red again (see Illustration H).
• Test the Trigger Zone in multiple locations (see Illustration E-2).
• If necessary, move the flags to the correct location. If not satisfied with the location, you may
need to Remove your Fence and re-record.
Fitting a Collar
Setting Up the Collar(s)
5 Fitting a Collar
• Be sure your dog is safely within the Roaming Area and the Correction Level is set to Tone Only.
• With your dog standing comfortably, position the Collar high on your dog’s neck, underneath the chin with the Probes facing upward and centered on your dog’s neck.
The Havahart® logo should be right side up when you look at your dog.
• Make sure the Probes maintain contact with skin.
- Collar is factory installed with long Probes for thick or long-haired breeds.
- Short Probes for short-haired dogs are included.
NOTE: If you have any Exclusion Zones, perform similar Trigger Zone testing.
- To change the Probes, simply unscrew the long Probes and replace them.
Finger-tighten the Probes. Do not over tighten.
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NOTE: It may be necessary to trim the hair around the Probes to ensure reliable contact.
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• Adjust the Collar to fit snugly but not tightly. You should be able to slide the tip
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of one finger between your dog’s coat and one of the Probes on the Collar. The tip of your finger should not be able to slip between the two easily, but with some effort. It should be a tight squeeze (see Illustration I). Separately, you should be able to slide one finger between the strap of the Collar and the back of your dog’s neck.
NOTE: If your dog is going to continue to grow or grows a long winter coat, leave extra room
before trimming off the excess.
Illustration E-2
Illustration H
• Once Collar is adjusted to the correct length, remove the Collar and trim the excess using scissors (see Illustration J).
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Planning Guide
Planning Guide
Planning Guide
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Congratulations for completing the setup of your Havahart® Wireless
Custom-Shape Wireless Dog Fence.
You are now ready to start training and enjoying your fence.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
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Proper training of your dog is the most critical element to ensure the successful
operation of your wireless dog fence. Consult the training section of the
instruction manual once you have set up your wireless dog fence.
Quick Setup Guide
Model 5144G
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Fully Charge the System Controller and Batteries for 3 hours.
AVERAGE SYSTEM SETUP TIME IS 2 HOURS.
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There is no need to return this product to the store for
any reason. Contact Havahart® Wireless Directly!
Havahart® Wireless
Woodstream Corporation
69 North Locust Street
Lititz, PA 17543 | 1-800-800-1819
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Ensure that the following components are included with your system. If a component
is missing, please call 1-800-800-1819, Option 1.
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Controller
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Collar
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USB Cable
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2 RCR123 Batteries For Collar
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USB AC Adapter
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Battery Charger
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Master Base
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Extra Set Of Collar Probes For Short-Haired Dogs
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3 Bases
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Heart-Shaped Collar Tester
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4 AC Adapter Power Cords For Bases
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74 White Training Flags, 1 Blue Training Flag
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Removable Wall-Mount Adhesive Strips
Instructional DVD
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4 Screws and 4 Wall Anchors
Instruction Manual
Troubleshooting Guide
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