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Receiver Features
R7m, R9 and R9V Receiver
Adjustable
Collar
Contact
Posts
GentleFit™ Contact Posts
(optional)
Metal Lock Washer
Collar Bone
AutoMemory™ When the receiver is set to Level 4, 5, or 6, our AutoMemory feature
automatically adjusts the correction level of the receiver if your pet enters the avoidance
zone. If the dog does not enter the signal field again in the next 24-hour period, the
receiver defaults to the original setting.
Status Light
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Start-Up When you first insert the battery into your receiver, the status light will flash
red and green. This indicates that the receiver has started properly. Once started, the
status light will continue to flash green once every 40 seconds indicating normal
operation. In the event that the light does not flash, check the battery to be sure that it
has been inserted properly.
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Training Level Indicator When programming the training level of your receiver, the
status light will flash green in conjunction with audible beeps (or vibrations if you have a
vibration receiver). The number of flashes will equal the training level you have chosen.
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Signal Field Indicator When testing the receiver in the signal field the status light will
flash green when the receiver is in the warning zone and will flash green and red when
the receiver is in the correction zone.
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Correction Alert (TattleTale™) You will be able to tell if your pet has entered the
correction area by looking at the status light. The status light will double flash green
every 40 seconds for 24-hours after the dog enters the boundary area.
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Battery Indicator This feature monitors the voltage level of the battery. When the
receiver detects that the battery has reached a low voltage level, the status light will
change from the normal blinking “green” every 30 seconds to blinking “red” every 10
seconds. This indicates that your battery is close to the end of its useful life and you
should change the battery within the next 3-4 days.
Test Light
Contact Post Wrench
3.6 Volt Battery (R9/R9V)
Battery Cap Tool
Battery Cap
Magnet
Status Light
Training Level Adjustment Location
The components of both the R9 and R9V (above) and the R7m are the same except
the R7m is smaller and uses a different battery.
Receiver Battery
The R7m, R9 and R9V all use a replaceable battery. The receivers are waterproof
when the battery cap is fully seated.
R9 and R9V Battery: The R9 and R9V receivers use a 3.6 volt lithium battery. With
normal use, battery life should be about two years for the R9 and between one and
two years for the R9V. The positive (+) end of the battery must be inserted down.
R7m Battery: The R7m receiver is powered by a 3 volt (1/3 N) lithium battery. With
normal use, the battery should last about six months. The negative (-) end of the
battery must be inserted down.
Insert battery POSITIVE end down.
Insert R7 battery NEGATIVE end down.
Insert battery NEGATIVE end down.
SETTING THE RECEIVER
Receiver Training Levels Your receiver provides eight training levels that allow you to
customize the training setting to your dog’s individual needs: Audible (or Vibration) Only,
Level 1 (extra low), Level 2 (low), Level 3 (low medium), Level 4 (medium), Level 5 (medium
high), Level 6 (high), and Level 7 (extra high). When the receiver is first shipped from the
manufacturer, it will automatically be set to Training Level 2 (low).
Changing the Receiver Settings If you need to change the Training Level on the receiver,
hold your test light magnet to the marked area on the side of the receiver. Hold the magnet
steady and you will hear a series of beeps that indicate the current training level. The
“Audible (or Vibration) Only” level is one long beep, Level 1 is one short beep, Level 2 is
two short beeps, Level 3 is three short beeps, etc. Vibration receivers will vibrate instead
of beep. The Training Level will continue to advance while the magnet is held in position.
When you reach the desired setting, pull the magnet away from the receiver. The receiver
is now set.
Insert R9/R9V battery POSITIVE end down.
Resetting the Battery Status Light
1. Remove the old battery.
2. Let the receiver sit for five minutes before inserting a new battery.
If you forget to wait prior to inserting a new battery, the flashing red battery
status light will continue to flash for 24 hours before automatically resetting.
3. Insert a new battery.
Using the magnet to set the
training level on the R7 Receiver
Using the magnet to set the
training level on the R9/R9V Receiver
Note: Any time the magnet activates the receiver, the number of beeps (or vibrations)
will indicate the current receiver level. As long as the magnet is held in place, it will
advance the receiver to the next training level and continue to cycle through the
settings in the order shown in the chart below.
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
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Using the RATE and TRAINING MODE settings on your DogWatch transmitter in conjunction
with the TRAINING LEVELS on your receiver, you can customize the receiver to one of 20
training settings, as outlined in the chart below.
TRANSMITTER SETTINGS
Rates The Transmitter Rate switch adjusts to three settings: (1 = slow, 2 = medium,
3 = fast). Increasing the rate means that he will receive a greater number of pulses per
second. Rate 1 is the slowest pulse rate per second; 3 is the fastest.
Training Modes The Training Mode switch allows you to choose between two
training options Basic (Mode A) and QuickAlertTM (Mode B).
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In Mode A, there is an audible beep (or a vibration) before a correction.
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For harder to train dogs, Mode B delivers a very quick “alert” correction before the
normal audible (or vibration) warning and correction.
Receiver Levels and Transmitter Settings
HIDDEN FENCES
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R7m, R9 and R9V Receivers
Operating Instructions
T R A N S M I T T E R M O D E A N D R AT E S E T T I N G S
Mode A
Mode A
Mode A
Mode B
Rate 1
Rate 2
Rate 3
QuickAlertTM
Transmitter Rate Fixed at Medium
Slow
Medium
Fast
Slow
Slow
Medium
Fast
Medium
Slow
Medium
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
X-Fast
X-Fast
XX-Fast
XX-Fast
}
AutoMemoryTM
self activates
and advances
to the next level.
Audible and XXX Fast Correction are Simultaneous
R9 Receiver
R9 Vibration Receiver (R9V)
For example: If the receiver is on Level 1 and the transmitter is on Rate 1, your dog will receive the
lowest level of correction and the least number of pulses per second.
Please remember that if your Receiver Level is set to 1, 2, or 3 and you switch the Training Mode to
QuickAlert (Mode B), your training setting may change. For example, if the receiver is set to Level 3 and
the transmitter is set to Rate 1, your dog will receive a slow correction. If you switch your Training Mode
to QuickAlert, your dog will now receive a fast correction.
R7m Receiver
For Use With
*** IMPORTANT ***
Never change the receiver Training Levels when your dog is wearing the collar.
©2014 DogWatch Inc. All rights reserved. 295050 Rev E2 01-15
Performance Series Systems
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