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									                                                                   REMOTE CONTROLLED
                                                                  DOG TRAINING COLLARS
                                                                              OWNER’S MANUAL




                   1250 E. 223rd Street, Suite 119
                   Carson, CA 90745
                   Tel :(310) 522 -1800
                   Fax :(310) 522 - 1805
                   Toll Free :1-888 - 811-9111




Copyright c 2006 Dogtra Company                      2006-   www.dogtra.com
                                  CONTENTS


MAIN FEATURES                             2

PRODUCT SAFETY AND HEALTH
STATEMENTS                                3

        COLLAR PACKAGE CONTENTS           5

DESCRIPTION OF TRANSMITTER PARTS          6

DESCRIPTION OF COLLAR / RECEIVER PARTS   13

BATTERY CHARGER                          18

CHARGING THE BATTERIES                   19

TESTING YOUR                  COLLAR     22

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS                   24

ACCESSORIES                              28

WARRANTY AND REPAIR INFORMATION          29




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MAIN FEATURES                                                  PRODUCT SAFETY AND HEALTH STATEMENTS


    MAIN FEATURES                                      PRODUCT SAFETY AND HEALTH STATEMENTS
        Easy-to-use, ergonomic transmitter.
                                                       Safety for your dog
                                                           Studies conducted by animal health professionals at
        Rheostat dial that allows for gradual          Dogtra Company’s training facilities showed no
        increases in stimulation intensity with no     adverse effects to the cardiovascular or nervous system
        jumps between levels.                          of dogs from e-collar stimulation. These studies
                                                       involved healthy dogs in a controlled environment.
        The                   has a range of 400+
                                                           Dogs should be in good health during any e-collar
        yards.                                         training. Dogtra e-collars are not intended for use on
                                                       dogs weighing less than 12 pounds or under 6 months
        Waterproof collar/receiver and water-          of age.
        resistant transmitter.
                                                           Skin irritation can occur from prolonged wearing of
                                                       the stainless steel contact points on the training collar.
        No external antenna on the collar receiver.    Most dogs will exhibit some type of irritation (pressure
                                                       necrosis) from prolonged contact of stainless steel
        Rechargeable, user-replaceable Ni-MH           contact points. This is why it states in your owner’s
                                                       manual:
        batteries.
                                                       Attention:
        One-charger system allows the transmitter
        and receiver to be charged at the same time.        Avoid having the dog wear the collar with the
                                                       contact points in the same place for more than two hours
                                                       at a time. Leaving the contact points on the same spot for
        Over 3000 different identity codes to          an extended period of time can cause skin irritation.
        prevent conflicts with other e-collars.        If the dog is to wear the e-collar for long periods,
                                                       occasionally reposition the collar so that the contact
                                                       points are moved to a different spot on the dog’s neck.

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PRODUCT SAFETY AND HEALTH STATEMENTS                                                   PACKAGE INCLUDES


    Proper e-collar use
               e-collars are intended for the sole                 COLLAR
    purpose of behavior modification of dogs. They are
    not intended for human use or use on other animals.
                                                             PACKAGE CONTENTS
    Dogtra Company does not assume any liability for
    improper use of the Dogtra e-collar.                         Transmitter
    Aggressive dogs
                                                                 Receiver
                does not recommend using the e-collar to
    correct dogs that are aggressive towards other dogs
    or people. In many such cases the dog will associate         Battery charger and splitter cable
    the stimulation with the other dog or individual and
    become even more aggressive. Dog aggression is               Owner’s manual
    best treated by a dog training specialist.

    Interference with other electronic devices
        Dogtra’s industry-leading technology filtering
    system ensures minimal interference with other
    electronic devices (cellular phones, security systems,
    etc.). Our digital microprocessor offers thousands of
    unique codes to eliminate frequency match-up with
    other Dogtra e-collars.

    Inadvertent activation
       If the constant button is held down for 12
    seconds or more the unit will automatically shut
    down. It will reactivate when the button is released.


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TRANSMITTER                                                                               TRANSMITTER


    DESCRIPTION OF
    TRANSMITTER PARTS

                   transmitter

                                                                         2 Antenna

                                 Antenna

                                                     Transmitter Antenna
                                 Intensity
                                 Selection Dial           A short 2 antenna is supplied with the
                                                                     transmitter.
                                 Indicator Light

                                                           The antenna should be screwed into the top of
                                                       the transmitter to ensure that the signals are sent
“Pager” Button                   “Nick” Button
                                                       properly to the collar receiver and that maximum
                                                       range is attained.
                                 “Constant” Button
Battery Charging
     Receptacle
      and Cover




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TRANSMITTER                                                                                     TRANSMITTER




                                      Intensity
                                      Selection Dial
                                                              Transmitter
                                                              Charging
                                                              Receptacle




                                                            Transmitter Battery Charging Receptacle

                                                                  Located on the side of the transmitter, the
                                                               receptacle is covered by a rubber plug. Insert one
                                                               end of the battery charging cable into the
                                                               receptacle to charge the battery. (See Battery
                                                               Charging Procedure on page 21.)
    Intensity Selection Dial
                                                                  After charging is completed, cover the
           The intensity selection dial is located on the
                                                               receptacle with its rubber plug to make sure dirt
       top of the transmitter: (0) being the lowest level
                                                               or water does not get inside.
       and (100) being the highest.



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TRANSMITTER                                                                                BUTTON FUNCTION



                                                              BUTTON FUNCTION
                                            LED




                                                                  Pager                                Nick




                                                                                                       Constant
     Transmitter Indicator Light (LED window)

            The transmitter indicator light is located near
        the intensity selection dial. When a button on the
        transmitter is pushed, the light comes on to
                                                                    The transmitter for                 has three
        indicate that the transmitter is being activated.
                                                                buttons (two on the face of the transmitter and
        The color of the light indicates the status of
                                                                one on the side).
        battery life. The LED glows green when the
        battery is fully charged and turns to amber when
        battery life is getting low. When the LED emits a
        blinking red light, the battery needs to be
        recharged.
        green = full charge, amber = medium charge
        red = needs charge

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BUTTON FUNCTION                                                                            COLLAR / RECEIVER


     “Nick” Button                                           DESCRIPTION OF
           When the “Nick” button is pushed the              COLLAR / RECEIVER PARTS
       receiver emits a single, rapid pulse of electrical
       stimulation.                                                                 Collar



     “Constant” Button

           Pressing the “Constant” button gives
       continuous stimulation as long as the button is
                                                                          Collar strap                     Battery
       pushed, for up to twelve seconds. If the button is                                                  Charging
       not released after twelve seconds, the stimulation                                                  Receptacle
                                                                                                           and Cover
       will automatically turn off as a safety feature.                       Contact Points
       The collar will be ready to be reactivated once
       the button has been released.


     “Pager” Button

           Pressing the “Pager” button on the side of the
       transmitter causes the collar to vibrate. This is a
       great way of communicating with your dog using         Indicator
                                                                  Light
       non-electrical stimulation.
                                                                                               Red Dot On/Off
                                                                                               Magnetic Switch


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COLLAR / RECEIVER                                                                             COLLAR / RECEIVER




     On/Off
     Magnetic Switch
                                                                        LED



       On/Off Magnetic Switch                                  Receiver Indicator Light (LED window)
            To activate the                  , place the red          Located on the front of the collar, the
        dot on the back of the transmitter to the red dot on      indicator light comes on and blinks once every 2
        the collar receiver. Hold the two red dots together       seconds after the collar is turned on. The color of
        for a moment until the LED indicator light comes          the LED indicates the battery life of the receiver.
        on.                                                       (green = full charge, amber = medium charge,
                                                                  red = needs charge)
            To deactivate the                   repeat the
        same procedure holding the two red dots together              When the “Constant” button on the
        momentarily. The LED light will stop blinking,            transmitter is pushed, the collar indicator light
        indicating that the unit is now shut off. To attain       will glow steadily as long as you hold the button
        maximum battery life, deactivate the unit when            down, for up to twelve seconds. When the
        not in use.                                               “Nick” button is pushed, the light comes on for a
                                                                  fraction of a second.

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COLLAR / RECEIVER                                                                           COLLAR / RECEIVER




                                                                                                     Receiver
                                                                                                     Charging
                                                                                                     Receptacle




     Fitting the Collar on the Dog                            Receiver Battery Charging Receptacle

            The collar should be fitted so that the                  On the inside of the collar, next to the collar
        stainless steel contact points press firmly against      strap, is a battery charging receptacle with a
        the dog’s skin.                                          rubber cover plug.

             A loose fit can allow the collar to move
        around on the dog’s neck. When this happens the       Internal Antenna
        contact points may rub the skin and cause
        irritation. If the collar is too loose, electrical          The                    has a non-exposed
        contact will be inconsistent and your corrections        antenna that is located inside the collar receiver.
        will be inconsistent also.



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BATTERY CHARGER                                                                CHARGING THE BATTERIES



     BATTERY CHARGER                                        CHARGING THE BATTERIES

                  Charging Cable


                                         120 volt
                                         Charger




                                      Wall Outlet




           The battery charger and charging cables allow                    uses Ni-MH (Nickel-Metal-
       you to charge both the transmitter and receiver at     Hydride) batteries that do not set a memory and
       the same time. The battery charger is designed         can be charged on a regular basis without harm to
       for a 120-volt wall outlet. (European 230-volt         the battery. There is no need to completely drain
       AC chargers and 12-volt field charger for your         the batteries between charges. However, doing so
       automobile are also available.)                        will help to extend the overall lifetime of the
                                                              batteries.

                                                                 1. Charge the batteries for 14 hours before
                                                                    using the collar for the first time.



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CHARGING THE BATTERIES                                                         CHARGING THE BATTERIES


      2. Do not charge the batteries near any             Battery Charging Procedure
         flammable substances.
                                                                1. Attach the charging cables to both the
      3. Fully charge the batteries for 14 hours if                transmitter and receiver(s), as shown on
         the unit is to be stored without use for a                page 19.
         period of a month or more.
                                                                2. Plug the charger into a 120-volt wall outlet
                                                                   or, if using the accessory field charger,
      4. Recharge the unit if:
                                                                   plug into a cigarette lighter. (Use a 230-
        - the indicator light on the collar is emitting
                                                                   volt European charger for Europe.) When
          a red color                                              properly plugged in, all indicator lights
        - the indicator light on the transmitter or                should glow red.
          receiver will not come on
        - the indicator light on the transmitter or               The receiver automatically turns off when
          receiver comes on momentarily, but will                 you insert the charging cable into the
          not stay on when the “Constant” button is               battery-charging receptacle on the receiver.
          pushed.
                                                                3. After charging, cover the battery charging
                                                                   receptacles with the rubber plugs on the
                                                                   transmitter and receiver.

                                                                4. The battery is fully charged with a 14-hour
                                                                   charge. The lights will stay red during the
                                                                   charging process. They DO NOT turn
                                                                   green when fully charged. Charging the
                                                                   batteries for more than 14 hours at one time
                                                                   will not extend battery life.

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TESTING                                                                                                 TESTING


     TESTING YOUR                                             2. Turn the intensity level on the transmitter
                                                                 up to the maximum level (100) and press
                               COLLAR                            the Nick button. The indicator light(LED)
                                                                 on the collar receiver will light briefly as
                                                                 you push the button. Pressing the Constant
                                                                 button will light the indicator for as long as
                                                                 you hold the button down, up to twelve
                                                                 seconds.

                                                              3. As a safety feature, the
                                                                 will automatically shut off stimulation if the
                                                                 constant button is depressed for twelve
                                                                 seconds or longer. The button will be ready
                                                                 to be reactivated once the button is released.


       1. To activate the                  , place the red
          dot on the back of the transmitter to the red
          dot on the collar. Hold the two red dots
          together for a moment until the LED indicator
          light comes on. The indicator light will blink
          every two seconds showing the unit is charged
          and ready to use. (If the indicator light emits a
          red color, the batteries need to be charged.)


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OPERATING                                                                                                  OPERATING



     OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS                                    Intensity Selection

      Fitting the Collar                                              To select the intensity level, start on the zero
                                                                  (0) setting. Gradually increase the level until you
             The collar strap should be adjusted so that the      get a response from the dog that would be
         contact points are held firmly against the dog’s         equivalent to a quick pull or jerk with a leash.
         skin. If the collar is too loose, irritation may
         result from the contact points rubbing against the            Remember that you will need to adjust the
         skin.                                                    setting (upward or downward) as the dog’s
                                                                  attitude changes, especially during times of
             If the dog has a heavy coat, move the receiver       increased excitement or distraction.
         up and down to work the contact points down
         into the coat.                                              Prolonged use of the Pager (12 seconds or
                                                                  longer) will drain the batteries more quickly.

      ATTENTION!

            Avoid having the dog wear the collar with
         the contact points in the same place for more
         than two hours at a time. Leaving the points
         on the same spot for extended periods of time
         can cause skin irritation. If the dog is to wear
         the e-collar for long periods, occasionally
         reposition the collar so that the contact points
         are placed in a different spot on the dog’s
         neck.

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OPERATING                                                                                               RECEPTION


     Maintenance                                             Reception

           The receiver and collar strap should be                 The                   e-collar has a range of
       cleaned periodically with detergent and water to        400+ yards. Depending on the way you use your
       prevent malfunction.                                    transmitter, the transmitting range may vary.
                                                               Hold the transmitter away from your body and
           Always clean and rinse the collar thoroughly        avoid touching the antenna to get the greatest
       with tap water after use in salt water. Be sure the     range.
       charging receptacle is completely dry before
       inserting the battery charger into the transmitter
       or receiver.                                                        Maximum Range


                                                                           Typical Range


                                                                           Minimum Range


                                                                If your finger touches the antenna near the
                                                                dial on the top of the transmitter, the actual
                                                                range may be reduced. Additional
                                                                environmental factors may also affect the
                                                                range of your unit.


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ACCESSORIES                                                                                         WARRANTY



     ACCESSORIES                                           WARRANTY AND
                                                           REPAIR INFORMATION
            The following items may be purchased
         separately:
                                                                                      provides the original
                                                              purchaser a LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
      European Charger                                        for the 175NCP on parts (excluding batteries)
            Designed for use with 230V AC electrical          from the date of the original purchase. Labor is
        outlets in Europe.                                    covered for two years after purchase. Once the
                                                              labor warranty has expired, all repairs will incur a
                                                              variable labor charge depending on the extent of
      Field Auto Charger                                      work required.
             Designed for use with the 12-volt cigarette
         lighter in your car.                                 To Qualify for the Limited Lifetime Warranty:

                                                                 The limited lifetime warranty applies to units
                                                              purchased after Dec. 31, 2005. Fill out the
                                                              warranty registration card that came with your
                                                              Dogtra unit and mail it in along with a copy of
                                                              your receipt within 30 days of purchase. Or, you
                                                              can register your product online at
                                                              www.dogtra.com.




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WARRANTY                                                                                          WARRANTY



     Not Covered Under Warranty:                                The warranty is void if the unit has been
                                                            altered or an unauthorized person has attempted
         If product registration is not completed within    repair work.
     30 days of purchase and/or the product is resold,
     the warranty will become void and all repairs will     Procedure for Repair Work:
     be subject to applicable labor fees.
                                                                Return shipping for warranty work is the
        Dogtra DOES NOT replace defective units or          owner’s responsibility. The cost for shipping
     provide refunds after 30 days from date of purchase.   (via regular ground service) back to the customer
                                                            is covered by Dogtra Co. within the continental
         Dogtra’s warranty DOES NOT cover repairs           United States. Any expedited shipping service
     or replacement due to misuse, improper                 will be at the owner’s expense. Dogtra is not
     maintenance or lost units. Any water damage on         responsible for loss of training time or
     models that are not waterproof will not be covered.    inconvenience while the unit is in our warehouse
     All replacement costs for either the transmitter or    for repair work. Dogtra does not provide loaner
     receiver is the owner’s responsibility.                units or any form of compensation during the
                                                            repair period.
         The Limited Lifetime Warranty will expire
     (5) years from the date a unit is discontinued in         A copy of the sales receipt showing purchase
     production by Dogtra Company.                          date is required before warranty work is begun.

       * Batteries, or the labor to replace them, are          Write a note briefly explaining the problem
     NOT covered under the warranty after the first year.   and include your name, address, city/state/zip
                                                            code, daytime phone number and evening phone


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REPAIR



     number. Or, you can visit our web site at
     www.dogtra.com to fill out a Service Request
     Form. If repair costs are not covered under
     warranty, we will call you for credit card
     information once the work has been completed.
     For any questions concerning your Dogtra
     products call us Toll Free at 1-888-811-9111,
     Pacific Time.


         Send repair units to:


         1250 E. 223rd Street, Suite 119
         Carson, CA 90745




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