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The Dogtra E-FENCE 3500 is an effective underground containment system for mild to stubborn dogs. Set custom boundaries around your property that allows your dog to be safe in your yard.
Download Manual for E-Fence 3500
E-Fence 3500 Additional Receiver
- 2-Hour Rapid Charge Batteries
- Non-Stimulating High Performance Pager
- Low to Medium Power Stimulation
- Ultra-Compact Receiver/Collar
- Fully Waterproof Receiver/Collar
- EZ Coding for Extra Receivers
- 40-Acre Maximum Area Coverage
- Wire Continuity Indicator
- For Dogs as Small as 15 lbs.
- 1-Year Warranty
- Wall Mounting Transmitter
- Waterproof Receiver
- Transmitter Power Adapter
- Battery Charger for Receiver
- Underground Fence Wire (500 ft.)
- Training Flags (50 each)
- Waterproof Splices (4 each)
- Test Light
- Ground Wire (Dark Green)
- Transmitter Mounting Screws (2 ea) & plastic anchors (2 ea)
- Non-Stimulation Contacts
- Owner's Manual & Training Manual
Fence Wire - The fence wire must make a continuous loop around your property for your system to operate. The signal is delivered from the terminal of the transmitter, through the fence wire, back to the other terminal on the transmitter. When this is accomplished, the wire continuity light will emit a constant red indicator.
"The wire should be buried approximately 4-6 inches into the ground, or deep enough to protect it from being damaged by any machinery or dug up by your dog. (The wire does not have to be buried in order to work.)"
CAUTION - Before you install your fence wire, contact the utility company to mark the utility lines on your property before you begin digging. Be sure to test your wire layout above ground before permanent installation begins.Carefully choose the areas in which you want to contain your dog. A diagram may be helpful in predicting unforeseen obstacles. (Please refer to the diagrams below.)
When creating a Front Boundary Only, Fence Front Yard Only, or Front Boundary with Existing Fence type of e-fence system, THE TWO PARALLEL E-FENCE WIRES MUST BE 6-10 FEET APART to avoid any signal interference.
*Please note, the diagrams are not drawn to scale. Single loop systems must keep 6-10 feet of distance between the wires as well.
Front Boundary Only
Fence Front Yard Only
Front or Back Access
Basic Loop with Garden
Front Boundary with Existing Fence
Double Loop with Passage
Keep wires ~ 6ft. apart to avoid signal interference.
The Dogtra eF-3000 Gold system includes 500 feet of boundary wire and 50 training flags. Additional flags and wiring can be purchased through the Dogtra Company. See below for flag + wire buying guide. Additional Parts The figures above are indicated for a rectangular layout. Actual flag/wire requirements may vary depending on the layout you've chosen.
Finding a Wire Break Using an RF Choke
You will need a 100 µH RF Choke and an AM radio tuned to AM530. Go to the wall mount transmitter and disconnect the two boundary wire leads from the RED connector tabs. In place of each boundary wire lead, connect one end of the RF Choke. Next, take the two boundary wire leads and reconnect them into the RED connector tab. Turn up the transmitter signal strength to full (RED on the field width adjustment knob). Take the radio (tuned to approx. AM530 on the dial) with the volume turned up. Walk slowly along the path of the boundary wire while holding the radio directly over the boundary wire close to the ground as possible. You should hear a whirling/static noise where the boundary wire is intact and no whirling noise where the break is located.
Fixing the Break
Once you have found the break, cut out the damaged area and use a weatherproof gel style wire splicer to reconnect the wires. If the break is large, or if you cannot identify the break location, you may need to splice in some extra wire to bypass the area that is damaged.
Charger SBC5V1000 5.5
E-Fence Surge Protector
Test Light #2
Waterproof Splice Kit (4ea)