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Garmin PRO 550 Plus Owner's Manual
PRO 550 PLUS
Owner’s Manual
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Table of Contents
Getting Started............................................................... 1
Setting Up the Pro 550 Plus System .......................................... 1
Device Overviews ....................................................................... 1
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device .............................................. 1
Handheld Device Screen .................................................. 1
Dog Collar Device .................................................................. 1
Charging the Handheld Device ................................................... 1
Charging the Dog Collar Device ................................................. 2
Turning On the Device ................................................................ 2
Turning Off the Device ........................................................... 2
Acquiring Satellite Signals .......................................................... 2
Dog Collar Device ....................................................................... 2
Pairing a Dog Collar Device with the Handheld Device ......... 2
Selecting a Dog Collar Device ............................................... 2
Fitting the Collar on Your Dog .................................................... 2
Communication with the Collar ................................................... 3
Dog Training................................................................... 3
MURS Radio Interference ........................................................... 3
Selecting and Installing the Contact Points ................................ 3
Removing the Contact Points ................................................ 3
Training Methods ........................................................................ 3
Intensity Levels ...................................................................... 3
Choosing the Correct Intensity Level ..................................... 3
Changing the Intensity Level ............................................. 4
Training Key Functions ............................................................... 4
Locking and Unlocking the Training Keys .............................. 4
Using the Light ............................................................................ 4
Device Information ......................................................... 4
Support and Updates .................................................................. 4
Product Updates .................................................................... 4
Setting Up Garmin Express ............................................... 4
Updating the Dog Collar Device Software ............................. 4
Device Care ................................................................................ 4
Cleaning the Device ............................................................... 4
Calibrating the Compass on the Handheld Device ..................... 4
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device Specifications ........................... 4
TT™ 15 Dog Collar Device Specifications .................................. 5
TT 15 Mini Dog Collar Device Specifications .............................. 5
Checking the Battery Level of the Handheld Device .................. 5
Checking the Battery Level of the Dog Collar Device ................. 5
Connecting the Handheld Device to Your Computer .................. 5
Connecting the Collar to a Computer ......................................... 5
Getting More Information ............................................................ 5
Appendix ......................................................................... 5
My Device Displays "Wait for Collar" .......................................... 5
Restarting the Device ................................................................. 6
ANT+® Connections ................................................................... 6
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device Components ............................. 6
Replacing the Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device Battery ............... 6
TT 15 Battery Replacement Instructions .................................... 6
TT 15 Components ................................................................ 6
Removing the Old Battery ...................................................... 6
Installing the New Battery ...................................................... 7
Replacing the TT 15 Mini Dog Collar Device Battery ................. 7
Replacing the Collar Strap .......................................................... 7
Resetting the Handheld Device to Default Settings .................... 7
Index................................................................................ 8
Table of Contents
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Getting Started
WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the
product box for product warnings and other important
information.
The dog has stopped moving.
The dog collar device has no GPS signal.
NOTE: If the handheld device loses communication with the
dog collar device,
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Setting Up the Pro 550 Plus System
Before you can use the Pro 550 Plus system, you must set up
the devices.
1 Charge the handheld device (Charging the Handheld Device,
page 1).
2 Charge the dog collar device (Charging the Dog Collar
Device, page 2).
3 Turn on the devices (Turning On the Device, page 2).
4 If necessary, pair the dog collar device with the handheld
device (Pairing a Dog Collar Device with the Handheld
Device, page 2).
5 If necessary, calibrate the compass on the handheld device
(Calibrating the Compass on the Handheld Device,
page 4).
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North-pointing indicator.
NOTE: If the indicator does not point north, you may need to
calibrate the handheld device (Calibrating the Compass on the
Handheld Device, page 4).
Battery level of the dog collar device.
Unknown battery status. Indicates the handheld device cannot
determine the battery status of the dog collar device.
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Direction to the currently selected dog collar device.
NOTE: If the arrow does not accurately point to paired dog
collar devices, you may need to calibrate the handheld device
(Calibrating the Compass on the Handheld Device, page 4).
Distance to the currently selected dog collar device.
Turning the Backlight On and Off
• To turn the backlight on or off, press the power key.
NOTE: The backlight turns off automatically after 30
seconds.
Device Overviews
Dog Collar Device
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device
NOTE: Your dog collar device may look different than the device
pictured.
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Intensity level and training mode dial
Battery level indicator
Tone key
Dog collar device toggle switch
Mode toggle switch
Training keys
Power key
Handheld Device Screen
À
Current dog selection. Indicates the dog collar device currently
selected with the toggle switch.
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If the dog is moving, no icon appears.
Getting Started
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VHF antenna
GPS antenna
Power key
Contact points
Status LED and flashing beacon LEDs
Charging the Handheld Device
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion, thoroughly dry the USB port, the weather
cap, and the surrounding area before charging or connecting to
a computer.
You should fully charge the battery before you use the device for
the first time or whenever the battery is low (Checking the
Battery Level of the Dog Collar Device, page 5). It is normal
for the battery to discharge in approximately 1 year when the
device is not in use. Charging a fully depleted battery takes
about 2 hours.
NOTE: The device is fully functional while charging when using
an AC power adapter. The device will not charge when it is
outside the charging temperature range (Pro 550 Plus Handheld
Device Specifications, page 4).
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1 Lift the weather cap À.
3 On the handheld device, select a paired collar with the toggle
switch.
When the dog collar device has acquired satellite signals, the
status LED flashes a double-blink or triple-blink in green. When
the handheld device has acquired satellite signals and
communicated with a paired dog collar device, it displays status
information for the dog collar device (Handheld Device Screen,
page 1).
Dog Collar Device
2 Plug the small end of the power cable into the mini-USB port
Á on the device.
3 Plug the other end of the power cable into a power source.
The status LED is solid red when the device is charging.
4 After the status LED turns solid green, unplug the power
cable from the device.
Charging the Dog Collar Device
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion, thoroughly dry the contacts on the collar
and the surrounding area before connecting the charging clip.
NOTE: Your dog collar device may look different than the device
pictured.
You should fully charge the battery before you use the device for
the first time. Charging a fully depleted battery takes about five
hours.
1 Snap the charging clip À onto the device Á.
2 Plug the small end of the power cable into the mini-USB port
on the charging clip cable.
3 Plug the power cable into a power source.
The status LED is solid red when the collar is charging.
4 After the status LED turns solid green, remove the charging
clip from the collar.
Turning On the Device
• On the handheld device, press the power key.
• On the dog collar device, hold the power key until the status
LED flashes and the collar beeps.
Turning Off the Device
• On the handheld device, hold the power key.
• On the dog collar device, hold the power key until the status
LED turns red.
Acquiring Satellite Signals
Both the dog collar device and the handheld device must
acquire satellite signals before you put the dog collar device on
your dog. Acquiring satellite signals can take a few minutes.
1 Go outdoors to an open area.
2 Turn on both devices (Turning On the Device, page 2).
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You can use up to 3 dog collar devices with a single handheld
device.
Each dog collar device must be paired with the handheld device
before it can be used. During the pairing process, each dog
collar device is associated with a different color on the handheld
device.
Pairing a Dog Collar Device with the Handheld Device
NOTE: If your handheld device and dog collar device were
included in the same package, the devices are already paired.
1 Turn on the handheld device (Turning On the Device,
page 2).
2 Select a color with the toggle switch.
The dog collar device will be assigned to this color.
Turn
the intensity dial to N.
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4 Select the green tone key.
5 Select the top training key.
6 Follow the on-screen instructions to select auto, tree, or point
for the type of dog wearing the collar.
appears on the handheld device screen. The handheld
device is ready to pair. You can cancel pairing by pressing
the green tone key.
7 If the dog collar device is on, turn it off (Turning Off the
Device, page 2).
8 Hold the power key on the dog collar device until it emits two
series of beeps (about 2 seconds), and then release the
power key.
The status LED flashes green rapidly. You can now pair the
dog collar device with the handheld device.
The handheld device vibrates and a check mark appears on the
screen when the devices have paired successfully.
TIP: You must obtain GPS signals on both devices before the
handheld device displays the dog collar device battery status,
distance, and direction (Acquiring Satellite Signals, page 2).
Selecting a Dog Collar Device
Before you can select and control a dog collar device, you must
pair the dog collar device with the handheld device (Pairing a
Dog Collar Device with the Handheld Device, page 2).
Move the dog collar device toggle switch to select the color
associated with a dog collar device.
The training keys control the dog collar device associated with
the selected color.
Fitting the Collar on Your Dog
CAUTION
To prevent irritation from the contact points, remove the collar
for at least eight hours out of every 24-hour period.
This device is not intended for human use. Do not attempt to
use on any person.
Do not spray the device or collar with harsh chemicals including
but not limited to flea or tick spray. Always ensure that any flea
or tick spray that is applied to the dog is completely dry before
Getting Started
placing the collar on the dog. Small amounts of harsh chemicals
can damage the plastic components and collar laminate.
In order to properly correct the dog, the collar and device must
fit the dog properly. If the collar is too loose or positioned
incorrectly, corrections may be inconsistent. This can delay or
prevent successful training.
1 Position the device at the front of the dog's neck, with the
status LED facing toward the dog's chin and the contact
points against the throat.
2 Tighten the strap so that it is very snug around the dog's
neck, and fasten the buckle.
NOTE: The collar should fit tightly and should not be able to
rotate or slide on the dog's neck. The dog must be able to
swallow food and water normally. You should observe your
dog's behavior to verify the collar is not too tight.
MURS Radio Interference
If your handheld device experiences interference from another
transmitter, the LED flashes yellow when you press a training
key.
TIP: If you often experience interference, re-pairing a dog collar
device to the color it is already assigned to may resolve the
problem. Re-pairing changes the frequency used by the
handheld device to communicate with the dog collar device.
Selecting and Installing the Contact Points
For best results, select the correct contact points based on your
dog's coat.
1 Select the correct contact point length for your dog's coat
type:
• For dogs with thicker coats, use the longer contact points.
• For dogs with shorter coats, use the shorter contact
points.
2 If necessary, use the included wrench to remove the contact
points.
3 Twist the contact points into the collar.
4 Tighten with the included wrench, but do not overtighten.
When you put the collar on the dog, make sure the contact
points are tight against the neck.
Removing the Contact Points
3 Wiggle the device to work the contact points through the
dog's coat.
NOTE: The contact points must have contact with the dog's
skin to be effective.
4 If the strap is too long, cut off the excess, leaving at least 8
cm (3 in.) to spare.
TIP: You can mark the hole used to fasten the buckle for
future reference.
Communication with the Collar
You should keep an unobstructed line of sight between your
handheld device and the dog collar device to produce the best
communication signal. To achieve the best line-of-sight
conditions, you should move to the highest elevation point in
your area (for example, on the top of a hill).
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When you are not training the dog using the training keys,
remove the contact points.
1 Use the included wrench to remove both contact points.
2 Place the cap over the contact point holes.
Training Methods
Momentary stimulation: Applies a brief stimulation when you
press the training key, regardless of how long the key is
depressed.
Continuous stimulation: Applies stimulation to the dog the
entire time you press the training key, for a maximum of 10
seconds. Your stimulations should typically be much shorter
than 10 seconds.
Tone: Activates an audible tone instead of stimulation. A tone
can be used as either a positive or negative training cue,
depending on your training program.
Vibration: Applies vibration instead of stimulation to the dog the
entire time you press the training key, for a maximum of 10
seconds. The effectiveness of vibration may vary based on
the dog's temperament and experience.
Intensity Levels
Good
The Pro 550 Plus system provides 6 stimulation intensity levels,
which increase sequentially from 1 to 6. Within each intensity
level, you can select low, medium, and high stimulation using
the training keys (Training Key Functions, page 4).
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Choosing the Correct Intensity Level
1 Set the intensity to the lowest level (Changing the Intensity
Dog Training
You should research and investigate the training methods best
suited for you, your dog, and your needs.
When used properly, the Pro 550 Plus training system is an
effective training tool to aid your dog in reaching its full potential.
The use of the training system should be part of an overall
training program.
Dog Training
Level, page 4).
2 Select a training key.
3 Observe the dog for a reaction, such as a head shake, neck
movement, or just a change in expression.
Sometimes dogs will vocalize due to the surprise of the
electrical stimulation. If the dog vocalizes more than once,
the intensity level is too high for beginning training.
4 If there is no reaction, increase the intensity level by one level
until the dog has a slight but recognizable reaction to the
stimulation.
The intensity level that causes a slight but recognizable reaction
is your dog's baseline level for beginning collar training. You do
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not need to, and should not, apply this intensity selection test
again.
After you begin training, the dog’s performance guides your
intensity selection. As the dog advances in training, you may
need to change the level depending upon the training situation.
1 Select a dog collar device (Selecting a Dog Collar Device,
page 2).
2 Adjust the dial to increase or decrease the intensity level.
Changing the Intensity Level
You can select a different intensity level for each dog collar
device.
Training Key Functions
The Pro 550 Plus system provides several training modes, which assign different combinations of momentary stimulation,
continuous stimulation, and tone to the training keys. The three vertical letters next to the mode toggle switch correspond to the
training key functions, from top to bottom.
Key
Momentary (M)
Accessory (A)
Continuous (C)
Tone key
Tone
Tone
Tone
Top training key
Momentary stimulation or vibration (medium)
Light on
Continuous stimulation or vibration (medium)
Bottom training key
Momentary stimulation or vibration (low)
Light off
Continuous stimulation or vibration (low)
Both training keys
Momentary stimulation or vibration (high)
Not Applicable
Continuous stimulation or vibration (high)
Locking and Unlocking the Training Keys
You can lock the training keys to prevent inadvertent key
presses.
• To lock the keys, turn the intensity dial to N.
• To unlock the keys, turn the intensity dial to any other setting.
Using the Light
You can use the light feature on your device to verify pairing,
help locate your dog, and provide safety for your dog at night.
1 Select a dog collar device (Selecting a Dog Collar Device,
page 2).
2 Move the mode toggle switch to A.
3 Select the top training key to turn the light on.
4 Select the bottom training key to turn the light off.
Device Information
Support and Updates
• You can update software for your handheld device and mini
dog collar device using Garmin Express™.
• You can update software for your dog collar device using
Garmin WebUpdater (PC only).
Device Care
NOTICE
Do not store the device where prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can occur, because it can cause permanent
damage.
Avoid chemical cleaners, solvents, and insect repellents that can
damage plastic components and finishes.
Secure the weather cap tightly to prevent damage to the USB
port.
Cleaning the Device
1 Wipe the device using a cloth dampened with a mild
detergent solution.
2 Wipe it dry.
After cleaning, allow the device to dry completely.
Calibrating the Compass on the Handheld
Device
The device has a 3-axis electronic compass. You may need to
calibrate the compass after using the handheld device inside a
vehicle, exposing the handheld device to a magnet, or
experiencing temperature changes.
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Product Updates
On your computer, install Garmin Express (www.garmin.com
/express).
This provides easy access to these services for Garmin devices:
• Software updates
• Product registration
Setting Up Garmin Express
1 Connect the device to your computer using a USB cable.
2 Go to garmin.com/express.
3 Follow the on-screen instructions.
Updating the Dog Collar Device Software
Before you can update the dog collar device software, you must
connect the dog collar device to a computer (Connecting the
Collar to a Computer, page 5).
NOTE: PC only. Updating the software does not erase any of
your data or settings.
1 Go to www.garmin.com/products/webupdater.
2 Follow the on-screen instructions.
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NOTICE
Calibrate the electronic compass outdoors. To improve heading
accuracy, do not stand near objects that influence magnetic
fields, such as vehicles, buildings, and overhead power lines.
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Set the intensity dial to N.
Select the tone key.
Select the bottom training key.
Point the device north.
Rotate the device as shown on the screen.
The device vibrates and displays a check mark on the screen
when calibration is complete.
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device Specifications
Battery type
Rechargeable, replaceable lithiumion
Battery life
60 hours typical use
Operating temperature range
From -4° to 140°F (from -20° to
60°C)
Charging temperature range
From 32° to 104°F (from 0° to
40°C)
Device Information
Storage temperature range (less
than 1 month)
From -4° to 122°F (from -20° to
50°C)
Storage temperature range (less
than 3 months)
From -4° to 104°F (from -20° to
40°C)
Storage temperature range (less
than 1 year)
From -4° to 68°F (from -20° to
20°C)
Water rating
IEC 60529 IPX7*
Wireless range
2 mi. (3.2 km)
*The device withstands incidental exposure to water of up to 1 m
for up to 30 min. For more information, go to www.garmin.com
/waterrating.
The battery level of the dog collar device is displayed on the
handheld device screen.
Connecting the Handheld Device to Your
Computer
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion, thoroughly dry the USB port, the weather
cap, and the surrounding area before charging or connecting to
a computer.
1 Lift the weather cap À.
TT™ 15 Dog Collar Device Specifications
Battery type
Rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion
Battery life
20 to 40 hr.
Battery life is determined by the handheld
device in use.
Operating temperature
range
From -4° to 140°F (from -20° to 60°C)
Charging temperature
range
From 32° to 104°F (from 0° to 40°C)
ANT wireless range
Up to 10 m (16.09 km)
VHF radio range
Up to 9 mi. (14.48 km)
Water rating
1 ATM*
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*The device withstands pressure equivalent to a depth of 10 m.
For more information, go to www.garmin.com/waterrating.
TT 15 Mini Dog Collar Device Specifications
Battery type
Rechargeable, replaceable lithium-ion
Battery life
Up to 16 to 30 hr., typical use
Operating temperature range
From -20° to 60°C (from -4° to 140°F)
Charging temperature range
From 5° to 40°C (from 41° to 104°F)
ANT wireless range
Up to 5 m (16.4 ft.)
VHF radio range
Up to 6.44 km (4 mi.)
Water rating
1 ATM*
*The device withstands pressure equivalent to a depth of 10 m.
For more information, go to www.garmin.com/waterrating.
Checking the Battery Level of the Handheld
Device
1 Turn on the handheld device (Turning On the Device,
page 2).
2 Set the intensity dial to V or a numbered position.
3 Press a training key.
The battery indicator LED lights up. The color of the LED
indicates the battery charge level.
Green
The battery has a good charge.
Yellow
The battery should be charged soon.
Red
The battery is very low and should be charged
immediately.
Flashing Red The battery is depleted and must be charged. The
device will not operate.
Checking the Battery Level of the Dog Collar
Device
1 If the dog collar device is not paired, pair the dog collar
device with the handheld device (Pairing a Dog Collar Device
with the Handheld Device, page 2).
2 On the handheld device, select the paired collar with the
toggle switch.
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2 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the mini-USB port Á
on the device.
3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into an available USB
port on the computer.
Your device appears as a removable drive in My Computer
on Windows computers and as a mounted volume on Mac
computers.
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Connecting the Collar to a Computer
NOTICE
To prevent corrosion, you should dry the contacts on the collar
and the surrounding area before connecting the charging clip.
1 Snap the charging clip onto the collar.
2 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the mini-USB port
on the charging clip cable.
3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into a USB port on the
computer.
Getting More Information
You can find more information about this product on the Garmin
website.
• Go to support.garmin.com for additional manuals, articles,
and software updates.
• Go to buy.garmin.com, or contact your Garmin dealer for
information about optional accessories and replacement
parts.
Appendix
My Device Displays "Wait for Collar"
If your dog collar device loses GPS signals or cannot
communicate with the handheld device, the handheld device
screen displays Wait for Collar. If this message persists, you
can try these solutions.
• Ensure the dog collar device has acquired satellite signals
(Acquiring Satellite Signals, page 2).
• Ensure the handheld device and the dog collar device have
adequate lines of sight (Communication with the Collar,
page 3).
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Restarting the Device
You can restart your device if it stops working.
Hold the power key for 8 seconds.
The device reboots and displays the software version and
ESN of the handheld device.
ANT+ Connections
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The handheld device uses ANT+ to share dog locations with
Garmin DriveTrack™ devices and compatible outdoor watches.
The handheld device can transmit to multiple devices at the
same time. For more information about sharing dog locations
with another device, refer to the owner's manual for the device.
NOTE: The handheld device always has ANT+ broadcasting
enabled.
Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device Components
8 Install the new battery into the back plate with the label side
up, using the same orientation as the old battery.
The battery orientation is noted graphically inside the back
plate.
Replace
the battery plate to its original position.
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10 Replace and tighten the battery plate screws.
11 With the new battery, connect the battery connector to the
device.
When properly installed, the connector plug snaps into the
port.
12 Reconnect the rotary switch connector to the device.
When properly installed, the connector plug snaps into the
port.
13 Verify the gasket is not damaged and is completely seated in
the groove on the front half of the device.
14 While ensuring the battery and rotary switch wires are not
pinched, hold the back plate and the device firmly together,
and replace all eight security screws without tightening.
15 Verify the back plate and the device are aligned with no gaps.
16 Tighten the screws evenly.
17 Verify the gasket is not sticking out of the device.
Fully charge the device before use. If necessary, calibrate the
compass (Calibrating the Compass on the Handheld Device,
page 4).
TT 15 Battery Replacement Instructions
TT 15 Components
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Security screws
Back plate
Battery
Battery connector
Front plate
Gasket
Replacing the Pro 550 Plus Handheld Device
Battery
Before you replace the battery, you must remove all dirt, water,
and debris from the device. You also need a small Phillips
screwdriver and the security screwdriver included with the
battery replacement kit.
1 Remove the eight security screws from the back of the
device.
2 Lift up the back plate.
3 Grip the battery connector wires close to the connector, and
pull the connector perpendicular to the circuit board to
disconnect the battery connector from the device.
4 Grip the rotary switch connector wires close to the connector,
and pull the connector perpendicular to the circuit board to
disconnect the rotary switch connector from the device.
5 Remove the two screws from the battery plate.
6 Lift up the battery plate.
7 Remove the old battery from the back plate, noting the
orientation of the battery.
The battery fits tightly. It may be necessary to pry the battery
out of the back plate using a non-sharp, non-metal object.
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Back plate
Power key
Battery cover
Connectors
Battery
Removing the Old Battery
Before you replace the battery, you must remove all dirt, water,
and debris from the device. You must also have a small Phillips
screwdriver.
1 Remove the six screws from the outer edges of the back
plate.
NOTE: You should leave the two inner screws in place.
2 Pry off the back plate.
3 Disconnect the battery connector and power connector.
4 Remove the screws that secure the battery cover.
5 Remove the battery cover and the battery.
Remember the orientation of the battery. You must install the
new battery the same way.
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After you remove the old battery, contact your local waste
disposal department to properly recycle the battery.
11 Replace the battery plate, and replace and tighten the two
screws.
Installing the New Battery
Before you replace the battery, you must remove the old battery
(Removing the Old Battery, page 6). You also must have a small
Phillips screwdriver. You may need a small flat screwdriver.
1 Install the new battery using the same orientation as the old
battery.
The connector À should face the end nearest the power key,
and the bump Á where the wires connect to the battery
should face toward the side with the charging clip contacts.
12 Verify the gasket is not damaged and is completely seated in
the groove.
13 Connect the battery connector and the power connector to
2 Replace the battery cover.
3 Replace the screws to secure the battery cover.
4 Connect the battery connector and power connector.
You may need to use a flat screwdriver to help secure the
connectors.
5 Select the power key to test the connections.
When properly connected, a tone is emitted and the status
LED blinks green.
6 Turn off the device.
7 Verify the gasket located inside the bottom cover is fully
seated.
8 Replace the back plate.
9 Replace the six screws to secure the back plate.
After you install the new battery, charge the collar completely.
Replacing the TT 15 Mini Dog Collar Device
Battery
Before you can replace the battery, you must remove all dirt,
water, and debris from the device. You also need a small
Phillips screwdriver and the security screwdriver included in the
battery replacement kit.
1 Remove the screws from the L-shaped cover over the VHF
antenna.
2 Pry off the L-shaped cover.
3 Remove the screws from the outer edges of the back plate.
4 Pry off the back plate.
5 Grip the battery connector wires close to the connector, and
pull the connector perpendicular to the circuit board to
disconnect the battery connector from the device.
6 Grip the power connector wires close to the connector, and
pull the connector parallel to the circuit board to disconnect
the power connecter from the device.
7 Remove the screws from the battery plate.
8 Remove the battery plate.
9 Remove the battery.
The battery fits tightly. It may be necessary to pry the battery
out of the back plate using a non-sharp, non-metal object.
10 Install the new battery into the front enclosure with the label
side of the battery facing up, and the leading edge of the
battery placed under the charging contact ledge of the
device.
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the device.
When properly installed, the connector plugs snap into the
ports.
14 Replace the back plate, and replace and tighten the screws
to secure the back plate.
15 Replace the L-shaped cover, and replace and tighten the
screws to secure the L-shaped plate.
16 Verify the gasket is not sticking out of the device.
Replacing the Collar Strap
Before you replace the collar strap, you must remove all dirt,
water, and debris from the device (Cleaning the Device, page 4).
1 Pull the collar strap out of the GPS antenna, VHF antenna
guide, and the dog device.
You may need to push and pull the collar strap to properly
remove it. You may need to loosen the screw on the GPS
antenna case, but do not remove them.
2 Thread the new collar strap through the dog device, VHF
antenna guide, and GPS antenna.
3 If necessary, tighten the screws that secure the GPS antenna
case.
Resetting the Handheld Device to Default
Settings
You can reset the handheld device to a default state.
1 Connect the device to a computer (Connecting the Handheld
Device to Your Computer, page 5).
appears on the handheld device screen.
2 Move both toggle switches on the device to the center
position.
3 Turn the intensity dial to N.
4 Hold the tone key and the bottom training key for 5 seconds.
Factory Reset Complete appears on the handheld device
screen and the device restarts.
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Index
accessories 5
ANT+ 6
software
updates 4
updating 4
version 6
specifications 4, 5
storing data 5
B
T
A
backlight 1
battery 5
charging 1
life 5
replacing 6, 7
C
calibration 4
charging
collar 2
handheld 1
cleaning the device 4
collar 3
battery replacement 6
charging 2
contact points 3
fitting 2
light 4
pairing 2
replacing battery 6, 7
replacing strap 7
VHF antenna 1
compass 4
computer, connecting 5
contact, points 2
contact points 3
training 3
modes 4
stimulation 3
tone 3
vibration 3
troubleshooting 5
U
updates, software 4
D
data, transferring 5
device, care 4
dog
training 3
training basics 3
training intensity levels 3
dog collar device 2
G
Garmin Express 4
registering the device 4
updating software 4
I
icons 1
intensity 3
intensity level
changing 4
choosing 3
K
keys 1
locking 4
L
line-of-sight radio communication 3
M
maps, updating 4
P
pairing, collar 2
power key 2
product registration 4
R
radio, interference 3
radio communication 3
registering the device 4
replacement parts 6, 7
reset 7
S
satellite signals, acquiring 2
screen 1
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