DOG GUARD® Out of Sight® Transmitters
Dog Guard® offers different types of transmitters that are designed for outdoor and indoor uses. The transmitters are listed below:
RT-2 – Small/versatile for indoor use
T-4 – Standard transmitter for large areas
The RT-2 room transmitter is a small/versatile device that is designed for containing or restraining pets in or from designated areas inside the home.
The T-4 transmitter features user-friendly lights to let you know that the transmitter is working properly or an audible sound when there is a problem with the signal field.
Dog Guard® offers Four different types of Receivers that are designed to contain small to large-sized dogs. The Four receivers are listed below:
XT – for “medium to stubborn and tough to train” dogs
5000 – for “small, timid, passive and up to medium sized” dogs
NEW!! Micro – for “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds
NEW!! Mini Rechargeable – for “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds
The XT receiver is designed to handle the “medium to stubborn and tough-to-train” dogs. It works well with dogs that are runners such as Huskies, Labs and hunting dogs.
The DG922 receiver is designed to handle the “medium to stubborn and tough-to-train” dogs. It has a battery light indicator so you can know when your collar needs to have the battery replaced. Work well with dogs that are runners such as Huskies, Labs and hunting dogs.
The 5000 receiver is designed to handle “small, timid, passive and up to medium sized” dogs. (10 to 65 pounds)
The Micro receiver is designed to contain “tiny pets” weighing 1 to 10 pounds.
The Mini Rechargeable receiver has a rechargeable battery and is designed to contain “tiny pet” weighting 1 to 10 pounds.
Keep your dog safe at home with fresh batteries every 3-4 months
System Surge Protector
Protect or Disconnect Circuitry – automatically disconnects the transmitter in case of a rare catastrophic surge or direct lightning strike. Protects against normal AC power surges and lightning.
Space Saving Design – low profile and better balance and stability.
Power Indicator Light – easy to see that power is on.
Reduces the Risk of System Failure – your pet will continue to be contained.
Better Loop Connectors – easier to attach the loop wires to the unit.
Increased Surge Current Ratings – protector has a larger capacity to dissipate surges. (fig. not actual size)