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I would build a touch control system for invisible dog fences. It would show an aerial view of the property of the owner s and allow them to areas of the yard where the fence should be activated / deactivated touch. This can optionally be combined with outdoor cameras, so the owner to operate the device via the Internet based on where the dogs are currently located. Video Rating: 0/5

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  • There are two fatal errors with your SETUP1. Once the dog is trained to the fence limits should be respected, it is not yet even come close! The dog would be no way to know when a zone is turned off, and would be afraid to test it out. For most dogs, can the collar, and they are still nowhere near the grens.2. You zones parallel. The radio signal is a single loop. You would need to switch zones in and out a series lus.Goede geek porn though! 🙂

  • Finally, this is not practical because you multiplied the installation costs by 10X even simpler electronics than what you use. Average dogfence cost you $ 800 – 1100 USD including top of the line electronics (if dogfence transmitter), installation, training and full lifetime warranty on equipment. Good luck to kill someone so much to pay for a dogfence as they would a new furnace. F.Y.I. your Innotek transmitter waste. Get a DogWatch transmitter, years for everyone.

  • The only way to get a trained dog to get over the line with practice to exit with a visual aid. Nobody could hang visual aid (towel, doormat, rug) for dog to stabbing, while controlling the wall mounted control. Moreover, the disabling of a zone is a stupid idea, because if a dog is contained in a zone, there is no need to TURN other areas because the dog can not get to them! Finally, this is not practical because you multiplied the installation costs by 10X even Simpl

  • The dog must pass through the house to get access to other areas not to be shocked started by zone to zone. That would be the only advantage to your idea, the dog is able to freely go from zone to zone. But the owner should be located on the wall mounted control panel is not very useful if you ask me. Also, once a dog is trained with shock and is included in the limit it is almost impossible for them to walk on. There lies the great mistake of your idea.

  • However, this is a single loop transmitter can be used to impersonate different zones, distinct regions, or even individual gates completely separate and independent. Not only is this already possible, but quite common in fact. You’re really new idea in fact, with the ability to disable one of the zones. You do not realize that individual zones can only be closed by adjusting the wire (fence) in a physical structure (house, barn, physical barriers, retaining wall).

  • I have installed invisible dogfences for years and I feel the need to comment on this video. Firstly, your idea of ​​multiple zones is not unique. Multiple zones are very common and very easy to make. The fences are in a machine, so you’re wrong to say that it would require large amounts of manual labor. You can also argue that the traditional channels are only meant for single loop designs.

  • There are two fatal errors with your SETUP1. Once the dog is trained to the fence limits should be respected, it is not yet even come close! The dog would be no way to know when a zone is turned off, and would be afraid to test it out. For most dogs, can the collar, and they are still nowhere near the grens.2. You zones parallel. The radio signal is a single loop. You would need to switch zones in and out a series lus.Goede geek porn though! 🙂

  • Finally, this is not practical because you multiplied the installation costs by 10X even simpler electronics than what you use. Average dogfence cost you $ 800 – 1100 USD including top of the line electronics (if dogfence transmitter), installation, training and full lifetime warranty on material Good luck to kill someone so much to pay for a dogfence as they would a new one. oven. F.Y.I. your Innotek transmitter waste. Get a DogWatch transmitter, years for everyone.

  • The only way to get a trained dog to get over the line with practice to exit with a visual aid. Nobody could hang visual aid (towel, doormat, rug) for dog to stabbing, while controlling the wall mounted control. Moreover, the disabling of a zone is a stupid idea, because if a dog is contained in a zone, there is no need to TURN other areas because the dog can not get to them! Finally, this is not practical because you multiplied the installation costs by 10X even Simpl

  • The dog must pass through the house to get access to other areas not to be shocked started by zone to zone. That would be the only advantage to your idea, the dog is able to freely go from zone to zone. But the owner should be located on the wall mounted control panel is not very useful if you ask me. Also, once a dog is trained with shock and is included in the limit it is almost impossible for them to walk on. There lies the great mistake of your idea.

  • However, this is a single loop transmitter can be used to impersonate different zones, distinct regions, or even individual gates completely separate and independent. Not only is this already possible, but quite common in fact. You’re really new idea in fact, with the ability to disable one of the zones. You do not realize that individual zones can only be closed by adjusting the wire (fence) in a physical structure (house, barn, physical barriers, retaining wall).

  • I have installed invisible dogfences for years and I feel the need to comment on this video. Firstly, your idea of ​​multiple zones is not unique. Multiple zones are very common and very easy to make. The fences are in a machine, so you’re wrong to say that it would require large amounts of manual labor. You can also argue that the traditional channels are only meant for single loop designs.

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