AssemblyThe antenna cable must be laid in an unbroken loop, i.e. start laying the cable from the transmission unit and come around to finish in the same place.
The magnetic fieldA circular magnetic field is created around the antenna cable which is divided into warning and stimulation areas. The size of the field can be adjusted at the transmission unit. The cable can be laid above or below ground or attached to an existing fence.
TwistingTwisting the wires neutralises the magnetic field. This gives you the option of protecting a diverse range of additional areas. By twisting the outward wire with the return wire, the warning signal and impulse is neutralised. This allows the animal to pass freely.
Parallel layingIt is also possible to secure just individual sides of a property. The cable simply needs to be laid in parallel. To avoid any interference, a distance of 1–2 metres should be maintained between the cables.
Installation example 1The orange line represents the antenna cable. The magnetic field is neutralised in places where the cable is shown as twisted. This allows the animal to pass freely.
Installation example 2The antenna cable needs to laid in an arc around corners. Sharp 90° turns can disrupt the magnetic field.
Installation example 3If just one side of the property is secured, then each looped end of the cable should be laid in an arc.
Installation example 4It is possible to enclose just one particular area of the property. The magnetic field inside the fencing is neutralised by twisting.
Installation example 5If you wish to enclose two sides of your property, an optimal result can be achieved using parallel laying and twisting of cables.
Installation example 6Secure additional areas of your property and connect all of them to a transmission unit.
Installation example 7The entire property can also be enclosed, or you can leave certain areas free or neutralise the magnetic field by twisting. Planning ahead will help significantly when it comes to assembly.
Installation example 8Several fencing enclosures can be connected to a single transmission unit. This allows you to ideally secure your property.