INNOTEK® FieldPro™
Remote Trainers • Owner’s Manual
Funktrainer • Gebrauchsanleitung
Adiestradores a distancia • Manual de...
FIRST THINGS FIRST
                    INNOTEK® FieldPro™
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RANGER™ Quick Start Guide
    Step 1          Charging the Batteries




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RANGER™ Quick Start Guide
                              Step 2       Turning the Receiver ON and OFF
RANGER™ Quick Start G...
FIRST THINGS FIRST
      INNOTEK® FieldPro™                        Your FieldPro Scout™ Receiver collar needs its
   SCOUT...
SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide
                           Step 1          Install Transmitter Batteries and Charge Receiver

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SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide
    Step 2           Turning the Receiver ON and OFF

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THE TRANSMITTER                                  Dog Select – (bottom center
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Tone/ON-OFF
  Alternate
  Stimulation
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  Stimulation
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Programming The Transmitter
Press and hold the Prog
                                            RANGER ONLY:
button until ...
Double Reward                              Alternate Stimulation (Alt Stim)
Double Reward is the term used when a      Som...
Battery Indicator
                                                         Battery is at 2/3 to Full capacity.
RANGER ONLY...
Cold Weather Operation                          RANGER ONLY:
In cold temperatures (-12°C/10°F or             Setting User-...
THE RECEIVER                                          Receiver Status Indicators
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Auto Shut Off                                 Fitting the Collar and Receiver
When the Receiver is on and doesn’t
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Two Dog Systems                              Testing the Receiver
If you wish to add another receiver collar   In order to...
TRAINING                                     Training Tone Option
                                             The Tone bu...
Training Tips                                   Receiver collar on when you take the
• Watch the included DVD to get the  ...
TROUBLESHOOTING                                  IMPORTANT ADVICE
If the Transmitter and Receiver appear to        1. Read...
COMPLIANCE WITH U.S. FCC AND
8. Realize that because dogs have
                                               EUROPEAN TEL...
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY                       PATENTS
Innotek, Inc. warrants to the original retail   This product may b...
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EN-22           FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
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INNOTEK® FieldPro™
Funktrainer
Gebrauchsanleitung
          FP-RANGER -E
            FP-SCOUT-E
ZU ALLERERST…
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RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung
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RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung
                                    2 Schritt                     Ein- und Ausschalten des ...
ZU ALLERERST…
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                                                  Der Akku Ihres FieldPro Scout™...
SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung
                                1 Schritt Installieren der Senderbatterien und Aufladen des ...
SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung
    2 Schritt                      Ein- und Ausschalten des Empfängers
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DER SENDER                                    Hundewahl – (Knopf unten Mitte) – stellt
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Hund 1 / Hund 2 – Das
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  1. 1. INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Remote Trainers • Owner’s Manual Funktrainer • Gebrauchsanleitung Adiestradores a distancia • Manual del propietario Dispositifs d’éducation à distance • Manuel de l’utilisateur Addestratori a distanza • Manuale d’uso Trainers met Afstandsbediening • Gebruikshandleiding Fjernstyrede Dressurhalsbånd • Ejermanual FP-RANGER -E FP-SCOUT-E
  2. 2. FIRST THINGS FIRST INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Your deluxe FieldPro Ranger™ Transmitter and RANGER™ Remote Trainer Kit Receiver collar need their batteries charged before you can use them. While your Ranger Transmitter Model FP-RANGER-E and Receiver collar batteries are charging (Quick Start Guide Step 1), read the entire manual to Model FP-SCOUT-E RANGER™ Kit Contents become familiar with your FieldPro Ranger system. is on page EN-5. RANGER™ KIT CONTAINS: Ranger Transmitter Receiver Collar Ranger Hardware includes: • Antenna • Test Light • Lanyard • Belt Clip • Long Contacts • Contact Wrench Ranger Charging System “Y” Cable AC Adapter Receiver Cradle EN-2 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  3. 3. RANGER™ Quick Start Guide Step 1 Charging the Batteries RANGER™ Quick Start Guide 1 AC Adapter 3 From AC Adapter to “Y” Cable to Receiver Cradle 2 LED LIGHT 4 “Y” Cable 1. Plug the AC Adapter into a 220VAC Back view of Ranger Transmitter outlet. 5 2. Connect the AC Adapter to the “Y” cable. to R ang 3. Connect the “Y” cable to the Receiver er C Cradle. harg e Po 4. Put the Receiver on the Receiver Cradle as rt shown in figure 4. The light on the Receiver glows red while charging, and glows green when fully charged. If you don’t see a light glowing, try turning the Receiver around on the Cradle. 5. On the Transmitter, move the Charge Port Cover away from the Charge Port. Connect the remaining end of the “Y” cable to the Transmitter’s Charge Port. Charge the transmitter for at least 2 hours. Charge Port Cover To maintain maximum range, keep the Transmitter antenna away from all magnets (there is a magnet in the Charging Cradle). Exposure to a magnet may permanently diminish range. EN-3 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  4. 4. RANGER™ Quick Start Guide Step 2 Turning the Receiver ON and OFF RANGER™ Quick Start Guide 1 2 3 Press 3 cm 1. Put the threaded end of the Antenna into the Transmitter and turn until finger-tight. 2. Hold the Receiver one inch away from the Transmitter— do not touch the Receiver’s contacts — you might cause self-test to fail. 3. Press and hold the Tone button. The Receiver’s light will turn on and show the level of battery charge (solid green, amber, or red). Release the Tone button. 4. To turn Receiver OFF, hold Receiver The ON/OFF command only works and Transmitter one inch apart and when the Transmitter and Receiver are press and hold the Tone button. The in close proximity; it will not work at a Receiver will emit a shut-down tone distance. The ON/OFF command only sequence, and the light will glow works when the Transmitter antenna solid red, then go out. Release the is installed. Tone button. Never turn the unit ON or OFF while your dog is wearing the receiver NOTE for Two Collar Use: Set the Transmitter collar. to Dog 2 and repeat steps 2 and 3 using the second collar. Step 3 Fit the Collar on Your Dog Put the collar around your dog’s neck and adjust to find the proper fit. Fasten the collar so the fit is snug, yet loose enough to allow one finger to fit between the strap and the dog’s neck. Fit is important because a loose collar may cause inconsistent performance. Step 4 Begin Training Watch the included training DVD and read the information in the Training section on page EN-17. Your dog may show good initial response to the training; be sure to follow the training procedure for several weeks. The convenience that your new remote training system offers is well worth the time invested. EN-4 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  5. 5. FIRST THINGS FIRST INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Your FieldPro Scout™ Receiver collar needs its SCOUT™ Remote Trainer Kit battery charged before you can use the training system. While your Scout Receiver collar battery is Model FP-SCOUT-E charging (Quick Start Guide Step 1), read the entire manual to become familiar with your FieldPro Scout Model FP-RANGER-E system. is on page EN-2. Scout SCOUT™ KIT CONTAINS: Transmitter Receiver Collar Scout Hardware includes: • Antenna • Test Light • Lanyard • Long Contacts • Contact Wrench • 3 AAA batteries Scout Charging System SCOUT™ Kit Contents AC Adapter Receiver Cradle EN-5 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  6. 6. SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide Step 1 Install Transmitter Batteries and Charge Receiver 2 LED LIGHT 3 Cradle 1 to Receiver To maintain maximum range, keep the Transmitter antenna 1. Plug the AC Adapter into a away from all magnets (there is 220VAC outlet. a magnet in the Charging 2. Connect the AC Adapter to the Cradle). Exposure to a magnet Receiver Cradle. may permanently diminish 3. Put the Receiver on the Receiver range. Cradle as shown in figure 3. The light on the Receiver glows red while charging, and glows green 4 when fully charged. If you don’t see a light glowing, try turning the Receiver around on the Cradle. SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide 4. Install Transmitter Batteries: • Remove the battery cover from + —+ the back of the Transmitter. • Insert 3 AAA alkaline batteries (oriented as shown in battery compartment). • Replace the battery cover. — +— • When the batteries are put in, the Scout Transmitter is in battery conservation mode; press any button to activate the transmitter. Note battery polarity when installing batteries. EN-6 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  7. 7. SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide Step 2 Turning the Receiver ON and OFF 2 1 3 Press 3 cm 1. Put the threaded end of the Antenna into the Transmitter and turn until finger-tight. 2. Hold the Receiver one inch away from the Transmitter — do not touch the Receiver’s contacts — you might cause self-test to fail. 3. Press and hold the Tone button. The Receiver’s light will turn on and show the level of battery charge (solid green, amber, or red). Release the The ON/OFF command only works when Tone button. the Transmitter and Receiver are in close proximity; it will not work at a 4. To turn Receiver OFF, hold Receiver distance. The ON/OFF command only and Transmitter one inch apart. works when the Transmitter antenna is Press and hold the Tone button. The installed. Receiver will emit a shut-down tone Never turn the unit ON or OFF while sequence, and the light will glow your dog is wearing the receiver collar. solid red, then go out. Release the Tone button. NOTE for Two Collar Use: Set the Transmitter to Dog 2 and repeat steps 2 and 3 using the second collar. Step 3 Fit the Collar on Your Dog Put the collar around your dog’s neck and adjust to find the proper fit. Fasten the collar so the fit is snug, SCOUT™ Quick Start Guide yet loose enough to allow one finger to fit between the strap and the dog’s neck. Fit is important because a loose collar may cause inconsistent performance. Step 4 Begin Training Watch the included training DVD and read the information in the Training section on page EN-17. Your dog may show good initial response to the training; be sure to follow the training procedure for several weeks. The convenience that your new remote training system offers is well worth the time invested. EN-7 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  8. 8. THE TRANSMITTER Dog Select – (bottom center button) – Switches Transmitter The Transmitter signals the electronic control from Dog (Collar) 1 to Dog Receiver collar to produce a harmless, (Collar) 2, and back, for training two yet effective stimulation and/or tone. The dogs. You can purchase a second collar no-slip grip feels comfortable in your to expand the system for training two hand for extended periods of training dogs. time or field time. Transmitter Keypad Buttons Alternate Stimulation (Alt Stim ) – (top left red button) – When you press Tone/On-Off – (upper right button) – the Alt Stim button, the When pressed, causes the Receiver to symbol displays. produce a tone. Ranger owners: you may program this No stimulation is preset button to a desired stimulation delivered. This Ranger Scout level. See ”Alternate Stimulation” on button is also used page EN-11. to turn the Receiver on and off. Scout owners: This button is always set to level 10 stimulation for use in strong Stimulation (red central button) referred distractions or dangerous situations. to as the ‘Stim button,’ sends RANGER ONLY : stimulation signal to the receiver collar at the intensity shown in C/M – (bottom left button) – the transmitter display. Button features Switches the stimulation one raised bump to easily locate by control between Continuous touch, even with gloves on! See “Set stimulation (Receiver stims for as long as Stim Button Stimulation Level.” on page button is pressed, up to 10 seconds) or EN-10. Momentary pulse stimulation (one quick stim per button press, also called Nick stimulation or Brief-tap stimulation). Level down & Level up – adjusts Program – (bottom right the stimulation intensity through a range button) – Hold down this Prog of levels (from 1 Low to 15 High). button until the PROG symbol An INNOTEK Exclusive: Hold either the appears in the display, then release the level up button or the level down button button. The Transmitter is now in for half a second for INNOTEK’s Rapid programming mode. Ramp™ feature — display scrolls through stim levels very quickly. Throughout this manual, items in a bordered box apply to RANGER ONLY. EN-8 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  9. 9. Tone/ON-OFF Alternate Stimulation Stimulation Stimulation Stimulation Dog 1 / Dog 2 – Switch between Level Down Level Up Receiver collars by pressing the Dog Continuous/ Select button. The symbol displayed is Momentary Program the dog receiver collar that responds to Dog Select Transmitter commands. See Two Dog Systems on page EN-16. RANGER keypad above SCOUT keypad below Tone/ON-OFF Alternate Stimulation Tone Symbol – This symbol appears Stimulation whenever Tone is part of the Stimulation Stimulation Level Down type selected. See Program the Stim Stimulation Level Up Type on page EN-10. Dog Select PROG Symbol – This symbol appears when the Transmitter is in programming Transmitter Display mode. See Programming the Transmitter on page EN-10. The display stays on for 30 minutes after a button press. After 30 minutes with no button presses, the display shuts off and the transmitter goes into battery Battery Indicator – The battery indicator conservation mode. Pressing any button provides constant awareness of your will cause the display to turn back on. battery’s power level. See Battery The various symbols you might see on Indicator on page EN-12 for more- the display are explained below. detailed information on the Battery Indicator. RANGER ONLY: Numeric readout – Shows the chosen Backlight – The Ranger Transmitter stimulation level. Adjust with the features a backlit display. The Ranger level up/level down (arrow) buttons. See display backlight stays on for 5 seconds Set Stim Button Stimulation Level on after a button press. page EN-10. Continuous or These digits are also used to display Momentary – If the straight line is shown Dog1/Dog2 ID codes. A small 1 displays (——), the stimulation is in Continuous to the left to indicate ID codes 150 to mode. If just the dot is shown (•), 199. A small 2 displays to the left to stimulation is in Momentary mode. See indicate ID codes 200 to 250. C/M on page EN-8. EN-9 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  10. 10. Programming The Transmitter Press and hold the Prog RANGER ONLY: button until the PROG symbol Program the Stim Type (Tone Option) displays, then release the For Ranger Transmitters, stimulation may button. The Transmitter is now in be delivered without a tone or with a Programming mode. tone. The Transmitter’s default setting is To exit Programming mode, press and Stim without Tone. release the Prog button again. The To choose Stim Tone Option: PROG symbol is not displayed. 1. Choose desired dog using the Dog Select button. Turning ON the Transmitter 2. Press and hold the Prog Power up the Transmitter by pressing any button. You will see the display turn button until the PROG on when you press any button. symbol appears in the Transmitter display. Release the Prog button. Reset All Programmable Settings 3. Press and release the Tone button. If you keep Press and at the same time to pressing the Tone button, reset all programmable settings to the the selection cycles through these default settings. choices: • Stim without Tone (shows no tone symbol) Transmitter Default Settings • Stim with Tone (shows a solid tone symbol) Dog 1&2 Stim Type: Stim Only (Continuous) • Double Reward (explained on the next page; shows a flashing tone symbol) Dog 1&2 Primary Stim Level: 5 Dog 1&2 Alt Stim Level: 10 When set to Stim without Tone, the Transmitter displays only the stim You can program the above options for level. For Stim with Tone, the display your Transmitter, except that the Scout shows the stim level and a solid tone Transmitter’s Alt Stim level is not symbol. When set to Double Reward programmable. a flashing tone symbol displays. 4. Press and release the Prog button to Set Stim Button Stimulation Level save setting and exit programming. To change the stimulation level for the For additional information regarding using Stim button: the Tone, see Training Tone Option on page EN-17. Press or until the desired stimulation level is displayed. When the Stim button is pressed, the Receiver will deliver stimulation at this setting. EN-10 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  11. 11. Double Reward Alternate Stimulation (Alt Stim) Double Reward is the term used when a Some trainers depend upon instant stimulation is followed by a half-second access to a higher stimulation setting for delay and then a half-second reward circumstances where the dog may not tone. respond to lower levels, such as a high distraction environment. Your Transmitter Ranger Transmitter: features a red, preset Alt Stim button that you can use to deliver an alternate Follow Program the Stim Type directions in the previous column to program your (higher) level of stimulation. Ranger and Ranger transmitter for Double Reward. Scout Alt Stim buttons are factory-set to level10. Scout Transmitter: 1. Choose desired dog using RANGER ONLY: the Dog Select button. 2. Press the up arrow and at the same time until the PROG Only Ranger Transmitters can program a symbol appears in the Transmitter different stim level for the Alt Stim button. display. Program the Ranger Alt Stim Button 3. Press to switch between To change the stimulation level of Stim without Tone and Double Ranger’s Alt Stim button: Reward. (Flashing tone symbol in display means Double Reward, no tone symbol means Stim 1. Press and hold until the without Tone.) Repeatedly pressing PROG symbol is displayed. the Tone button switches between these two choices. 2. Press (alt stim button). 4. Press the down arrow to save setting and exit programming. 3. Press or until you get to the desired stimulation level. 4. When finished, press and release the button. EN-11 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  12. 12. Battery Indicator Battery is at 2/3 to Full capacity. RANGER ONLY : Transmitter is fully functional. Ranger Transmitter Belt Clip 1. Press down and hold the Release on Battery is at 1/3 capacity. the Belt Clip. Transmitter is still fully functional. 2. Slide the Belt Clip onto the lug on the Battery is at 1/6 capacity. back of the Ranger Transmitter. Transmitter will operate the Receiver, but recharge or replace Transmitter battery 3. Let go of the Release and the Belt as soon as possible. clip will stay in place on the back of Battery is almost dead. the Transmitter. The Transmitter Transmitter is unable to operate the swivels on the Belt Clip. Receiver. Recharge to use again. If you don’t want to use the Belt Clip, When the Battery Indicator shows the you may wish to remove the lug on the low battery symbol (1/6 capacity), either back of the transmitter. Use a Phillips recharge your Ranger Transmitter soon, screwdriver to remove the lug. or replace your Scout batteries soon. When just the battery outline is Press Down on the Release displayed, the Transmitter’s battery is unable to power transmissions to the receiver. Transmitter must be recharged (or Scout batteries replaced) to regain operation. Battery Cautions Do not charge batteries every night. To maximize battery life, use Belt Clip Lug the Transmitter until the low battery symbol (1/6 capacity) displays, and use the Receiver collar until the LED light blinks red. RANGER • Do not disassemble batteries Back Side • Do not short circuit batteries • Do not expose to high temperature: 60°C/140°F • Do not incinerate batteries • Keep batteries out of reach of children Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly. Batteries should NEVER be discarded in municipal waste. EN-12 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  13. 13. Cold Weather Operation RANGER ONLY: In cold temperatures (-12°C/10°F or Setting User-selectable Identitiy below), the liquid crystal display (LCD) Code (ID code) on your Transmitter may be dim or slow ID codes represent a “channel” on which to respond. Wait until the display the Transmitter communicates with the becomes visible before selecting any training commands. Receiver collar. The FieldPro Remote Training system utilizes 250 different ID Cold temperatures may lead to a premature low battery signal, so keep codes, one of which is randomly the transmitter close to your body during selected when you turn on the system cold weather. One method to keep the (or replace the batteries in Scout transmitter close to your body is by models). At times, you may wish to have using the lanyard. more than one Transmitter able to communicate with a single Receiver collar. To do this, manually set each Transmitter to the same ID code (per collar in cases where two dogs are used). ID codes 150 to 250 are user selectable. 1.Press Dog Select button to choose desired Receiver collar. 2.Press the PROG button on the Transmitter until the PROG symbol displays. Use the Lanyard: Attach the included 3.Press the Down arrow button. The lanyard to the Transmitter. Slip the lanyard display shows a small ‘1’ and 50. over your head and shoulder (above left) 4.Use the Up and Down arrow buttons or position in front of you (above right) to to change the ID code setting, ranging carry your Transmitter close to your body from 150 to 250. We recommend that when not in use. Your body’s warmth will ID codes differ by 10 or more (not be improve cold-weather operation. consecutive numbers) for two dog Operating Range systems. Your Transmitter communicates with the 5.Set the new ID code by pressing the Receiver collar via a radio signal. The PROG button. The transmitter exits system’s operating range, as stated on programming mode. packaging, is based upon line-of-sight. For maximum range, keep your fingers away from the antenna during use, and always keep the antenna away from all magnets. Exposure to a magnet may permanently diminish range. As shown at right, hold the transmitter upright, at or above shoulder level, and away from your body. EN-13 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  14. 14. THE RECEIVER Receiver Status Indicators Status Light Alarm Condition The lightweight, comfortable electronic Duration of Tone Tone Only — Receiver is integrated into a sleek Pulsating Green Button press No Stimulation fashionable collar strap your dog wears. Duration of Stimulation The Receiver produces a harmless, yet Pulsating Red Stimulation being delivered Button press effective stimulation and can emit a training tone. The Receiver is waterproof Over-stimulation Continuous warning: Receiver and is safe for your dog to wear even No Tone is locked out for Green while swimming. 10 seconds CAUTION: Your FieldPro Receiver battery Blinking Green No Tone is at 60% Transmitter and receiver collar are strength or better factory sealed to be waterproof. If you Receiver battery disassemble the case for any reason, Blinking Amber No Tone is 60 — 20% INNOTEK can no longer assure you that strength the unit is waterproof. Receiver battery is Blinking Red No Tone less than 20% — Receiver Light (inside Recharge now the case) After removing receiver from charging cradle... Continuous Battery indicator Green, Amber, No Tone — see above or Red Self-test failure; Tone for Continuous Red Receiver is not 20 seconds operational While receiver is on charging cradle... Battery charge The Receiver is rechargeable; the Continuous Red No Tone in progress Receiver Light glows red while charging Continuous Battery charge and glows green when charging is No Tone Green complete complete. Battery charge No Light No Tone failure The Receiver uses the light to let you know its status. Refer to the Receiver Status Indicators table in the next button. When turning ON, the column. Receiver’s light will show battery charge level (green, amber, or Power Up red). To turn the Receiver ON or OFF, hold This ON/OFF command only works the Receiver within one inch of the when the Transmitter and Receiver are Transmitter antenna as shown in the close together; it will not work at a Quick Start Guide. Be careful, do not distance. Never turn the system on or off touch the metal contacts that touch your while your dog is wearing the collar. dog’s skin. Press the Tone/ ON/OFF EN-14 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  15. 15. Auto Shut Off Fitting the Collar and Receiver When the Receiver is on and doesn’t The collar strap should fit snugly towards receive a command from the Transmitter the top of your dog’s neck with the for 6 hours, it automatically shuts itself receiver on the bottom of the neck. off. This INNOTEK feature saves Receiver battery power for field work, rather than using it up being idle. Follow Power Up instructions (bottom of previous page) to turn on your Receiver again. ReadyTest™ Self-Test When you remove the Receiver from the Check that the INNOTEK logo is right charging cradle, it automatically goes side up. You should be able to get one into ReadyTest™ (a diagnostic self-test) finger between the collar strap and your for 5 seconds. The Receiver’s internal dog’s neck. The contacts must touch diagnostics check the battery charge the dog’s skin for proper operation. A level (the Receiver light indicates battery little hair thinning may be required. Do charge level) and checks that all circuits not shave your dog’s neck. are working. Do not touch the metal Occasionally, check the tightness of the contacts during this test. Touching the contacts to ensure they will not be lost contacts after removing the Receiver from the Receiver. Lost parts are not from the charging cradle may cause covered under your warranty. ReadyTest to fail. ReadyTest gives you confidence that your Receiver is working Trim excess strap. You’ll want to leave properly, and is ready to go. After the about 2 inches of excess strap. Note if Receiver passes ReadyTest, it shuts your dog is young and you expect it to itself off. If ReadyTest fails, the unit grow, you’ll want to leave extra strap to makes a 20-second tone, the light glows allow for future collar fastening. solid red for 20-seconds, and then shuts Replacement straps are available. off. A Receiver that fails ReadyTest will Contact an authorized INNOTEK Service not respond to the Transmitter’s Center. commands. To retest the Receiver, Note: Dogs’ coats are as unique as dogs place the Receiver back on the charger themselves. You may wish to try the for 5 seconds, then remove it. Do not longer contacts if your dog has a very touch the metal contacts. If the unit heavy coat. Be certain your dog can feel repeatedly continues to fail, contact an stimulation before training begins. authorized INNOTEK Service Center. EN-15 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  16. 16. Two Dog Systems Testing the Receiver If you wish to add another receiver collar In order to make sure the Receiver is to the training system, accessory getting signals from the Transmitter, you receiver collars are available where you may wish to test the Receiver from time bought your training system, or contact to time. an authorized INNOTEK Service Center. To test: Using the first Receiver collar, set your 1. Hold the included Test Light across Transmitter to Dog 1 and turn the the Receiver’s contacts. (Refer to Receiver collar on with the Tone button. the illustration at the bottom of this Set the first Receiver collar down. column, the holes in the Test Light Holding the second Receiver collar, set go over the contact tips; make sure your Transmitter to Dog 2, and turn on the wire inside the hole touches the Receiver collar Two. The Transmitter will contact tip.) send a signal to the Dog symbol appearing in the Transmitter’s display. To switch between Receiver collars, press the Dog Select button until the desired dog symbol displays. 2. Press the Stimulation button on the Transmitter. Dog 1 symbol Dog 2 symbol 3. The Test Light lights up. The intensity of the Test Light depends on the stimulation level. The light is dim for low stimulation levels and is brighter for higher stimulation levels. Light Receiver contacts touch wires inside these holes. EN-16 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  17. 17. TRAINING Training Tone Option The Tone button causes the collar to Always start training your dog with the produce a sound. No stimulation is lowest stimulation, and increase to a delivered when the Tone button is higher level only if necessary. You will pressed. The tone continues for as long know when you’ve reached the right as the button is held down, up to 10 level when your dog responds by seconds. A tone can help strengthen a twitching his head, neck, or shoulders, dog’s response to training. The tone can or by perking up his ears. If the dog be used as a warning tone prior to vocalizes, you need to go to a lower pressing the stimulation button; or can level. be a reward tone when presented with When Ranger is in Continuous mode, praise, play, or food for good behavior. you control the duration of the The use of a training tone is optional. Its stimulation by the length of time you use varies among popular training press the Stimulation button. For a short methods. Some trainers choose to use stimulation, press and release the the tone option as a warning tone prior button. For a longer stimulation, hold the to stimulation, others prefer to use the button down. A maximum of 10 tone option as a reward tone, and still seconds of Receiver stimulation may be others prefer to not use it at all. It is applied before the safety lockout feature imperative for successful dog training to (O ver-stimulation protection, see below) use the tone option consistently through- starts. out the training process. Whether the When Ranger is in Momentary mode, tone will mean reward or warning to your each stim button press (Stim or Alt Stim) dog is up to the training method you produces one stim at the Receiver collar. choose. Release the stim button in order to Remember: the training tone deliver another momentary (nick, or brief CANNOT be both a warning tone tap) stim. and a reward tone. To learn more about tone training, consult a qualified dog training professional. To program the Ranger Transmitter for Over-Stimulation Protection Tone operation, see Program the Stim The Transmitter can transmit continuously Type (Tone Option) on page EN-10. (Tone or Stim) for up to 10 seconds. If you attempt to transmit continuously for more than 10 seconds, the transmitter enters a 10 second lockout mode during which time no transmissions are allowed. EN-17 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  18. 18. Training Tips Receiver collar on when you take the • Watch the included DVD to get the dog out. This will ensure that he will basics for training your dog properly always be imprinted with the correct with a remote training system. response to your commands and that • We recommend your dog be at least you are always in control. six months old before starting a remote training system program. Component Care • Always praise your dog for good 1. Use a soft damp cloth to clean the behavior! Transmitter and Receiver. • Teach him what the commands mean before introducing the Receiver collar 2. Do not use alcohol or cleaning as a reinforcement tool. solutions to clean the Transmitter and • Keep training sessions brief, about ten Receiver. minutes of training and then a rest or 3. Dry the Transmitter and Receiver with play period of at least equal length. a dry, lint-free cloth should they get • Dogs learn through repetition. You wet. may have better training success if 4. Remove (Scout) batteries during you can elicit an undesired behavior long-term storage. when you can anticipate it. For example, if the dog misbehaves and jumps on visitors, have someone Intended Use come in and out of the front door This INNOTEK® remote trainer short- several times over a half-hour period. range 27.145 MHz remote control radio You’ll be expecting it and will be ready transmitter is designed for use in the to teach your dog the right behavior. following countries: AT, BE, CY, CZ, DK, • Always end a training session on a EE, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IE, IT, LV, LT, positive note. Let the dog have LU, MT, NL, PL, PT, SK, SI, ES, SE, success. This way he’ll look forward to GB, IS, & NO. the next session. • Training should be fun for both you Note that in some countries there could and your dog. Never train when you be a limitation of use, due to national are angry. If you get frustrated during frequency planning requirements. The training, stop and come back to it user is responsible for respecting those later. Your dog will learn better when rules. you are both relaxed. • The goal of training is to condition your dog to respond to your verbal commands in all situations. You should plan on using the Receiver collar for at least four months. A good rule is, once started with a remote training system, to regularly have the EN-18 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  19. 19. TROUBLESHOOTING IMPORTANT ADVICE If the Transmitter and Receiver appear to 1. Read the entire Owner’s Manual and be not working, try the following: follow all directions. If you have any questions, please contact an • Adjust the collar strap to fit better. authorized INNOTEK Service Center. • Test the Receiver using the Test Light 2. This system is intended for use only (Instructions are on page EN-16). If no on dogs. Never attempt to use it for light, recharge the Receiver’s battery. any purpose not described in this • If the Transmitter display is off, first try manual. pressing any button. If the display 3. Keep out of the reach of children remains off, recharge the Ranger Transmitter or replace Scout 4. Never perform set-up procedures Transmitter batteries. while the Receiver collar is on your dog. • Carefully turn on the components as 5. Any collar worn for extended shown in the Quick Start Guide periods can cause a condition (beginning of this manual). similar to bedsores, known as • Check that the Receiver contacts are Pressure Necrosis. To reduce the properly tightened. possibility, you must do the following: • Ensure that the Receiver contacts are • Never leave the collar on the dog for more than 12 hours per day. touching the dog’s skin. • Examine the dog’s neck daily for any • If necessary, trim the dog’s hair or use signs of a rash or a sore. the longer contacts to ensure proper • Supervise your dog during the first 2 days of training. skin contact. Never shave the dog’s • Check the fit to prevent excessive neck. pressure; you should be able to insert one finger between the collar • Try a stronger stimulation level. strap and your dog’s skin. • Wash the dog’s neck area and the contacts of the collar weekly with a If you still have a problem which you washcloth and mild hand soap; rinse believe requires service, please contact thoroughly. an authorized INNOTEK Service Center • If the condition persists beyond 24 hours, consult your veterinarian. to speak with an INNOTEK agent. Many problems can be remedied over the 6. Metal tags and collars should be telephone without returning the unit for removed when using the receiver service. collar as they may interfere with proper operation. 7. Do not attempt to dismantle or repair any components of this system; doing so will void the warranty in full. EN-19 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  20. 20. COMPLIANCE WITH U.S. FCC AND 8. Realize that because dogs have EUROPEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS unique temperament, there is no way REGULATIONS of knowing how your dog will react to This INNOTEK® Remote Training System is the introduction of a remote training designed to meet worldwide requirements system. For the safety of your dog, a for telecommunications compliance. This long lead should be used during system contains both Receiver and initial training so you have complete Transmitter devices. This Class B digital control of the situation. apparatus complies with Canadian ICES- 003, each transmitter device is compliant 9. If you have reason to believe that with RSS-210 and each receiver device your dog may pose a danger to complies with RSS-310 rules. The term others, harm itself, or react adversely “IC:” before the radio certification number to the collar, do not rely solely on this only signifies that Industry Canada product to train your dog. If your dog technical specifications were met. In the shows signs of growling, snarling, or US, each transmitter device complies with biting while using the collar, stop Part 95 and/or Part 15 of the FCC rules; each receiver device complies with Part immediately. Aggression in dogs has 15 of the FCC rules. many causes. We recommend that Each device complies with Part 15 of the you consult a knowledgeable FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the professional dog trainer or animal following two conditions: (1) this device behaviorist who has experience with may not cause harmful interference, and aggressive dogs if your dog has (2) this device must accept any shown any of these characteristics. interference received, including 10. Occasionally, a dog cannot be interference that may cause undesired operation.Changes or modifications not trained to respond to a remote expressly approved by Innotek, Inc. could training collar. Sometimes even a void the user's authority to operate the properly trained dog may disobey a equipment. Each device may display command. Therefore, Innotek, Inc., indications as to where this system is its distributors, and dealers cannot compliant worldwide. Note that in some guarantee that the system will in all countries, the use of this INNOTEK cases keep the customer’s dog from Remote Training System may be limited disobeying commands. due to national frequency planning requirements, and the user is always responsible for respecting national and 11. To maintain maximum range, keep local rules before operating. the Transmitte antenna away from all Innotek,Inc. declares that this 27.145 MHz magnets, especially the very strong remote control radio transmitter is in magnet in the Receiver’s charging compliance with the essential cradle. Exposure to a magnet may requirements and other relevant provisions permanently diminish range. of Directive 1999/05/EEC. The Declaration of Conformity can be found at: http://www.innotek.net/world.shtml EN-20 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  21. 21. LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY PATENTS Innotek, Inc. warrants to the original retail This product may be covered by one or purchaser that INNOTEK® brand more of the following patents: products will be free from defects in U.S. Patent Numbers: 6,184,790; material and workmanship, under normal 6,327,999; 6,459,378; 6,807,720, and use, for a period of two years from the D417,835. Additional patents pending. date of the original retail purchase. This Limited Warranty excludes: accidental damage due to dog chews; lightning REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT damage where an INNOTEK lightning Your product can be registered on our protection component is not in use (in- website at www.innotek.net ground pet fencing systems); or neglect, alteration and misuse. Note: Features & Specifications are subject to change without notice. INNOTEK offers several product exchange options during the warranty INNOTEK is not responsible for period. If service is required, call your unintentional errors or omissions in this authorized INNOTEK Service Center to manual or on its packaging. To check discuss the service plan that best for updates to this manual, visit our serves your needs. Please do not return website at www.innotek.net this product to your retailer. After two years from date of original retail purchase, we will replace or upgrade your product at a fixed rate based on the current retail price. Innotek, Inc. shall not be liable or responsible for any incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of the product or caused by any defect, failure, or malfunction of the product, whether a claim is based upon warranty, contract, negligence, or otherwise. EN-21 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  22. 22. NOTES EN-22 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  23. 23. DE German INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Funktrainer Gebrauchsanleitung FP-RANGER -E FP-SCOUT-E
  24. 24. ZU ALLERERST… INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Die Akkus Ihres Luxus FieldPro™ Ranger™ RANGER™ Funktrainer Senders und Empfängerhalsbands Modell FP-RANGER-E müssen vor Gebrauch erst aufgeladen werden. Während Ihr Ranger Sender und RANGER™ Satz – Inhalt Empfängerhalsband aufgeladen werden Modell FP-SCOUT-E auf Seite DE-5. (Schnellstart-Anleitung, 1. Schritt), lesen Sie bitte die gesamte Gebrauchsanleitung durch, um sich mit Ihrem FieldPro Ranger System vertraut zu machen. DER RANGER™ SATZ ENTHÄLT: Ranger Sender Empfängerhalsband Zum Ranger Zubehör gehört: • Antenne • Testleuchte • Kordel • Gürtelklammer • Lange Kontakte • Kontaktschlüssel Ranger Ladesystem “Y” Kabel Empfängerablage Wechselstromadapter DE-2 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  25. 25. RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 1 Schritt Aufladen der Akkus RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 1 Wechselstromadapter 3 Vom Wechselstromadapter Zur Empfängerablage zum “Y” Kabel 2 LED Leuchte 4 “Y” Kabel Rückansicht des Ranger Senders 1. Den Wechselstromadapter in eine 5 220V Steckdose einstecken. Zum 2. Den Wechselstromadapter an das quot;Yquot; Ran Kabel anschließen. ger 3. Das quot;Yquot; Kabel in die Empfängerablage Lad ean einstecken. sch 4. Den Empfänger wie in Abb. 4 gezeigt auf luss die Empfängerablage legen. Die Leuchte am Empfänger leuchtet rot während des Ladens und grün, wenn er voll aufgeladen ist. 5. Am Sender die Abdeckung vom Ladeanschluss wegschieben. Das verbleibende Ende des quot;Yquot; Kabels in den Ladeanschluss einstecken. Den Sender mindestens zwei Stunden lang aufladen. Um die maximale Reichweite zu erhalten, die Ladeanschlussabdeckung Antenne des Senders von allen Magneten fernhalten (ein Magnet befindet sich in der Ladeablage). DE-3 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  26. 26. RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 2 Schritt Ein- und Ausschalten des Empfängers RANGER™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 1. Das Schraubende der Antenne in den Sender einstecken und von Hand 1 2 festschrauben. 2. Den Empfänger 3 cm vom Sender 3 cm fernhalten – die Empfängerkontakte nicht berühren, da der Selbsttest sonst evtl. nicht funktioniert. 3. Den TONE Knopf drücken und gedrückt halten. Die Leuchte des Empfängers leuchtet auf und zeigt den Akkustand an (grün, gelb oder rot). Den TONE Knopf loslassen. 4. Um den Empfänger abzuschalten, Empfänger und Sender 3 cm voneinander entfernt halten und auf den TONE Knopf drücken. Der Empfänger gibt eine Abschalt-Tonfolge aus, die Leuchte leuchtet rot und geht dann aus. Den TONE Knopf loslassen. 3 HINWEIS für den Gebrauch von zwei Drücken Halsbändern: Den Sender auf Hund 2 umstellen und Schritte 2 und 3 mit dem zweiten Halsband wiederholen. Der EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn Sender und Empfänger nahe beieinander sind; er Der EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn funktioniert nicht aus der Ferne. Der EIN/AUS Sender und Empfänger nahe beieinander Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn die Antenne am sind; er funktioniert nicht aus der Ferne. Der Sender montiert ist. EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn die Das Gerät niemals ein- oder ausschalten, wenn Antenne am Sender montiert ist. Das Gerät Ihr Hund das Empfängerhalsband trägt. niemals ein- oder ausschalten, wenn Ihr Hund das Empfängerhalsband trägt. 3 Schritt Das Halsband dem Hund anpassen Das Halsband am Hundehals stramm ziehen, um den richtigen Sitz zu finden. Das Halsband sollte dicht anliegen, aber lose genug sein, dass man einen Finger zwischen Halsband und Hundehals stecken kann. Der Sitz ist wichtig, weil bei einem zu losen Halsband eine zuverlässige Leistung nicht gewährleistet ist. 4 Schritt das Training beginnt Beobachten Sie die eingeschlossene Lehr-DVD und lesen Sie die Information in der Lehrabteilung auf der Seite DE-17. Ihr Hund kann gute anfängliche Antwort auf die Ausbildung zeigen; seien Sie sicher, dem Lehrverfahren seit mehreren Wochen zu folgen. Die Einrichtung, die Ihr neues entferntes Lehrsystem anbietet, ist gut die investierte Zeit wert. DE-4 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  27. 27. ZU ALLERERST… INNOTEK® FieldPro™ Der Akku Ihres FieldPro Scout™ SCOUT™ Funktrainer Empfängerhalsbands muss erst aufgeladen Modell FP-SCOUT-E werden, bevor Sie das Trainingssystem benutzen können. Während Ihr Scout Modell FP-RANGER-E Empfängerhalsband aufgeladen wird auf Seite DE-2. (Schnellstart-Anleitung, 1. Schritt), lesen Sie bitte die komplette Gebrauchsanleitung durch, um sich mit Ihrem FieldPro Scout DER SCOUT™ SATZ ENTHÄLT: System vertraut zu machen. Scout Sender Empfängerhalsband Das Scout Zubehör enthält: • Antenne • Testleuchte • Kordel • Lange Kontakte • Kontaktschlüssel • 3 AAA Batterien Scout Ladesystem SCOUT™ Satz – Inhalt Empfängerablage Wechselstromadapter DE-5 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  28. 28. SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 1 Schritt Installieren der Senderbatterien und Aufladen des Empfängers 2 LED Leuchte 3 ge bla 1 ra e ng pfä Em r Zu Um die maximale Reichweite zu erhalten, die Antenne des 1. Den Wechselstromadapter in Senders von allen Magneten eine 220V Steckdose fernhalten (ein Magnet befindet einstecken. sich in der Ladeablage). 2. Den Wechselstromadapter in die Empfängerablage einstecken. 3. Den Empfänger wie in Abb. 3 gezeigt auf die Empfängerablage 4 legen. Die Leuchte am Empfänger leuchtet rot während des Ladens und grün, wenn er voll aufgeladen ist SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 4. Empfängerbatterien einlegen: + —+ • Die Batterieabdeckung an der Rückseite des Senders abnehmen. • 3 AAA Alkalibatterien (Richtung wie — +— in der Batteriekammer angezeigt) einlegen. Beim Einlegen der Batterien auf • Batterieabdeckung wieder die Batteriepolarität achten. anbringen. • Wenn die Batterien eingelegt werden, befindet sich der Scout Sender im Batteriesparbetrieb; einen beliebigen Knopf drücken, um den Sender zu aktivieren. DE-6 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  29. 29. SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung 2 Schritt Ein- und Ausschalten des Empfängers 1. Das Schraubende der Antenne in den 1 Sender einstecken und von Hand 2 festschrauben. 2. Den Empfänger 3 cm vom Sender 3 cm fernhalten – die Empfängerkontakte nicht berühren, da der Selbsttest sonst evtl. nicht funktioniert. 3. Den TONE Knopf drücken und gedrückt halten. Die Leuchte des Empfängers leuchtet auf und zeigt den Akkustand an (grün, gelb oder rot). Den TONE Knopf loslassen. 4. Um den Empfänger abzuschalten, Empfänger und Sender 3 cm voneinander entfernt halten und auf den TONE Knopf drücken. Der Empfänger gibt eine Abschalt-Tonfolge aus, die Leuchte leuchtet rot und geht dann aus. Den TONE Knopf loslassen. 3 Drücken HINWEIS für den Gebrauch von zwei Halsbändern: Den Sender auf Hund 2 umstellen und Schritte 2 und 3 mit dem zweiten Halsband wiederholen. Der EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn Der EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn Sender und Empfänger nahe beieinander sind; er Sender und Empfänger nahe beieinander funktioniert nicht aus der Ferne. Der EIN/AUS sind; er funktioniert nicht aus der Ferne. Der Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn die Antenne am EIN/AUS Befehl funktioniert nur, wenn die Sender montiert ist. Antenne am Sender montiert ist. Das Gerät Das Gerät niemals ein- oder ausschalten, wenn niemals ein- oder ausschalten, wenn Ihr Ihr Hund das Empfängerhalsband trägt. Hund das Empfängerhalsband trägt. 3 Schritt Das Halsband dem Hund anpassen SCOUT™ Schnellstart-Anleitung Das Halsband am Hundehals stramm ziehen, um den richtigen Sitz zu finden. Das Halsband sollte dicht anliegen, aber lose genug sein, dass man einen Finger zwischen Halsband und Hundehals stecken kann. Der Sitz ist wichtig, weil bei einem zu losen Halsband eine zuverlässige Leistung nicht gewährleistet ist. 4 Schritt das Training beginnt Beobachten Sie die eingeschlossene Lehr-DVD und lesen Sie die Information in der Lehrabteilung auf der Seite DE-17. Ihr Hund kann gute anfängliche Antwort auf die Ausbildung zeigen; seien Sie sicher, dem Lehrverfahren seit mehreren Wochen zu folgen. Die Einrichtung, die Ihr neues entferntes Lehrsystem anbietet, ist gut die investierte Zeit wert. DE-7 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  30. 30. DER SENDER Hundewahl – (Knopf unten Mitte) – stellt die Senderkontrolle von Hund Der Sender signalisiert dem (Halsband) 1 auf Hund elektronischen Empfängerhalsband, (Halsband) 2 um und wieder zurück, um einen harmlosen, aber wirksamen Impuls zwei Hunde zu trainieren. Sie können ein und/oder Ton zu erzeugen. Der zweites Halsband erwerben, um das rutschfeste Griff liegt angenehm in der System auf das Training von zwei Hand für längere Trainingsperioden oder Hunden zu erweitern. Zeit im Freien. Alternative Stimulation (Alt Stim ) Tastaturknöpfe am Sender – (roter Knopf oben links) – TONE/Ein-Aus – (oberer rechter Knopf) – Wird der Alt Stim Knopf Wird dieser Knopf gedrückt, gibt der gedrückt, wird das Empfänger einen Ton aus. Zeichen angezeigt. Es wird kein Impuls Ranger-Eigentümer: Sie können diesen verabreicht. Dieser voreingestellten Knopf auf eine Knopf ist auch gewünschte Impulsstufe programmieren. Ranger Scout dazu da, den Siehe quot;alternative Stimulationquot; auf Seite Empfänger ein- und auszuschalten. DE-11. Scout-Eigentümer: Dieser Knopf ist Stimulation (roter mittlerer immer auf Impulsstufe 10 eingestellt, Knopf), auch mit Stim Knopf zum Gebrauch bei starker Ablenkung bezeichnet, schickt ein oder in gefährlichen Situationen Impulssignal zum NUR RANGER: Empfängerhalsband in der am Sender C/M – (Knopf unten links) – angezeigten Stärke. Der Knopf hat eine wechselt die Impulskontrolle kleine Erhöhung, so dass er leicht durch zwischen kontinuierlicher (continuous) Stimulation (der Empfänger Berühren erkennbar ist, selbst mit erzeugt einen anhaltenden Impuls, Handschuhen an! solange der Knopf gedrückt bleibt, bis Siehe quot;Einstellen der Stim Knopf zu 10 Sekunden lang) oder momentaner Impulsstufequot; auf Seite DE-10. Stimulation (ein kurzer Impuls pro Knopfdruck, auch Kurzdruck-Impuls genannt). Stufe niedriger und Stufe höher – Prog (Programmieren) – stellt die Impulsstärke über einen (Knopf unten rechts) – Diesen Stufenbereich ein (von 1 niedrig bis 15 Prog Knopf gedrückt halten, hoch). bis das PROG Zeichen auf der Anzeige Einmalig, nur bei Innotek: Entweder den erscheint, dann den Knopf loslassen. 'Stufe höher' oder den 'Stufe niedriger' Der Sender befindet sich jetzt im Knopf eine halbe Sekunde lang gedrückt Programmierungsbetrieb. halten, um INNOTEK's Rapid Ramp™ Betrieb zu aktivieren – die Anzeige rollt In dieser Gebrauchsanleitung bezieht sich alles, was in einem umrandeten Kästchen erscheint, NUR auf sehr schnell durch die Impulsstufen. RANGER Modelle. DE-8 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual
  31. 31. Hund 1 / Hund 2 – Das Tone/Ein-Aus Alternative Stimulation Wechseln zwischen Stimulation Empfängerhalsbändern Stufe Stufe höher geschieht durch Drücken des niedriger Hundewahlknopfes. Das angezeigte kontinuierlicher Zeichen ist der aktive Halsbandempfänger. /momentaner Programmieren Siehe Zwei-Hunde-Systeme auf Seite DE-15. Hundewahl Ton – Dieses Zeichen erscheint, RANGER Tastatur oben wenn Ton ein Teil der SCOUT Tastatur unten gewählten Stimulationsart ist. Tone/Ein-Aus Alternative Siehe Programmieren der Stimulationsart Stimulation auf Seite DE-10. Stimulation Stufe niedriger Prog – Dieses Zeichen Stufe höher erscheint, wenn sich der Sender im Programmierungsbetrieb befindet. Siehe Hundewahl Programmieren des Senders auf Seite DE-10. Senderanzeige Die Anzeige bleibt 30 Minuten lang an, Akku-/Batteriestandanzeige – nachdem ein Knopf gedrückt wird. Wird Die Akku- 30 Minuten lang kein Knopf gedrückt, /Batteriestandanzeige zeigt schaltet sich die Anzeige ab und der Ihnen ständig den Stand Ihres Akkus Sender geht in Batteriesparbetrieb über. bzw. der Batterien an. Siehe Akku- Drückt man einen beliebigen Knopf, /Batteriestandanzeige auf Seite DE-12 erscheint die Anzeige wieder. Die zwecks detaillierter Informationen über verschiedenen Zeichen, die Sie auf der diese Anzeige Anzeige sehen, werden nachfolgend erklärt. NUR RANGER: Hintergrundbeleuchtung – Der Ranger Sender hat eine Anzeige mit Numerische Anzeige – Zeigt die Hintergrundbeleuchtung. Die gewählte Impulsstufe an. Mit den Stufe Hintergrundbeleuchtung bleibt 5 höher/Stufe niedriger (Pfeil) Knöpfen Sekunden lang an, nachdem ein Knopf einstellen. Siehe Einstellen der Stim gedrückt wird. Knopf Impulsstufe auf Seite DE-10. Kontinuierlich oder Diese Zahlen werden auch dazu benutzt, momentan – Ist eine gerade Linie zu Hund1/Hund2 Codes anzuzeigen. Eine sehen (––), ist der Impuls kontinuierlich. kleine 1 erscheint links und zeigt ID Ist nur ein Punkt zu sehen (.), ist der Codes 150 bis 199 an. Eine kleine 2 Impuls momentan. Siehe C/M auf Seite erscheint links und zeigt ID Codes 200 DE-8. bis 250 an. DE-9 FieldPro-E Owner’s Manual

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