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Boundary Design

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Boundary Design

You can place the boundary wire almost anywhere to create a "no-go" area. For example, along fences, around garden beds, across lawn areas, across open driveways and gateways. Usually the wire is placed on the ground but may be buried to make the system completely invisible, or attached to a fence for convenience.

The boundary is always a single continuous piece of wire with each end connected back to terminals on the transmitter. Your design will be determined by: 1/ the size and layout of your property, 2/ how you want to control your dog’s behaviour. The following examples show what can be achieved. For more information download: How to design your electronic dog fence .

Example 1 - Full Boundary

Boundary Example 1
Example 1
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Boundary Example 2
Example 2
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Boundary Example 3
Example 3
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For most installations all you need to do is install the boundary wire around the whole property. (Click Image Example-1). You can protect garden beds as illustrated. Notice how the wires are twisted together to run from the boundary to the inner garden bed (upper right) and from the boundary to the transmitter (lower left). Twisting a pair of wires cancels the radio signal over this section, thus allowing your dog to pass over without correction.

Wiring Example #1 uses the minimum amount of wire but has certain limitations. 1/ It does not allow you create an opening or eliminate the signal anywhere on the boundary. 2/ The activation distance around the perimeter is mostly constant. However, in some situations you may want a shorter distance (eg. narrow path between house and fence). 3/ If you have a narrow property, say less than 10 - 20m, you may get an increase in false activations of the collar. Narrow properties should use a custom boundary (as discussed below).

Example 2 - Single Boundary

To protect one side of the property, form a long rectangle with the return wire separated by 20cm to 200cm. The wider the separation, the greater the activation distance.

Example 3 - Custom Boundary

Use a doubled wire to customize the no-go areas and solve almost any containment situation. A doubled wire design may be necessary to: 1/ eliminate the signal in certain areas (eg. Kennel already fixed in place at a boundary), 2/ Vary the activation distance with location (eg. To accommodate narrow passages, or house located close to wire). Refer to Example-3. You will notice the dog is contained to the rear of the property and cannot pass the lawn areas on the left and right of the house. All garden beds are protected. However, the twisted pair around certain section of the fence-line purposely do not emit any signal (ie. use when the fence is already secure there). Adjust the separation of the boundary wire to produce the desired activation distance.

 

Sureguard Features:

  • The powerful transmitter can handle any job, small or large, up to 1600m of boundary.
  • Customized boundary design is a worthwhile feature. Many brands do not have this capability.