Our digital transmitter is the hub of the system, working in concert with the computerized Pet Stop Smart Receiver collar and the boundary wire. Here are the features designed into the OT 200 Transmitter:
Our transmitters incorporate DM Technology (Digital Modulation) into the design – the same type of technology trusted in commercial aircraft radios to avoid signal interference. This technology is superior to those products incorporating limited (FM) Modulation.
You’re sure to appreciate easy-to-use system settings and controls for programming your computerized Smart Receiver collar with it’s large LCD display. Pet Stop can be customized to the most unique pet’s needs. These controls allow you and your dealer to work together to easily implement changes without the need for costly on-site service fees.
Power Loss Memory (PLM)
Should you ever lose power, there’s no need to reset your fence. Pet Stop equipment remembers all of your system settings. The last thing you want to worry about after a power outage is the safety of your pet. A battery backup unit is also available if you are affected by frequent power interruptions.
Wire Break Indicator
All units incorporate an audible and visual warning in the unlikely event your boundary wire breaks. Breaks happen, and a good warning system is key to keeping your pet safe.
The Pet Stop transmitter has some of the best lightning protection available built right into the system, preventing the need for add-on surge devices.
This feature is just as it sounds: We can link your neighbor’s property to yours so your dogs can play, but each dog can only return to its own door at night. If your dog has a friend next door, ask your dealer how this feature can work for you.
We designed our transmitters to withstand temperature extremes found in most garages and basements, where the transmitter is sometimes installed. Not all pet-fence systems incorporate this important feature. It’s just one more way Pet Stop goes above and beyond to ensure your pet’s safety.