PetSafe Wireless Pet Containment System, PIF-300

April 17, 2014 - Comment

The PetSafe Wireless Fence pet containment system is a revolutionary concept that provides the safest, simplest form of pet containment ever. Plug in the transmitter somewhere inconspicuous in your home. The transmitter emits a 17.5 kHz radio signal around your home. Your pet wears a lightweight receiver collar that listens” for the signal. While the

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The PetSafe Wireless Fence pet containment system is a revolutionary concept that provides the safest, simplest form of pet containment ever. Plug in the transmitter somewhere inconspicuous in your home. The transmitter emits a 17.5 kHz radio signal around your home. Your pet wears a lightweight receiver collar that listens” for the signal. While the collar is receiving the signal your dog is free to run and play in your yard. When he approaches the boundary of the signal area he receives a warning beep. If your dog does not return he receives a static correction which is startling but not harmful. With a little simple training your dog will quickly learn his boundaries. The training of your pet is a key element with the PetSafe Wireless Fence. Follow the easy instruction and training manual that is included. For use in the US only. This unit is compatible with all US 110v outlets and are not to be used with 220v international voltage.” Safety for your pet; simplicity for you!

The PetSafe Wireless Containment System is a simple, yet effective alternative to traditional outdoor fencing or buried wire fencing. Instead of using spools of boundary wire around your yard, the PIF-300 uses radio frequency to guard your pet against straying. The system is also portable, allowing you to provide a wireless pet area when traveling.

PIF300 Lifestyle With the Wireless Containment System, you can keep pets over 8 pounds safely contained in the area of your choosing. Simply plug in the transmitter and it will emit a constant radio signal from an adjustable range of up to 90 feet in all directions. Typically, full set-up takes less than an hour and no installation, wire burying or stakes are required.

To begin training with the PIF-300, temporarily define the safe pet area with boundary flags as a visual aid to the pet. Activate the receiver collar and adjust accordingly to fit them, ensuring the contact points are touching the neck. The system should be used with dogs six months or older, and set-up and training manuals are included.

When the pet strays into the warning zone, the receiver collar will give a warning beep. If they continue past the warning zone, a safe, static correction is delivered through the contact points until they return to the safe pet area.

Travel with Your Pet

Wish there was a way to contain your dog while on vacation at a lake home, ski cabin, or RV trip? The PetSafe Premium Wireless Fence is the only portable and wireless training fence that gives your dog the same freedom and safety to run and play that he gets at home.

A Variety of Helpful Features

Wide Circular Range – covers an adjustable circular area up to ½ acre (180 feet in diameter)

Completely Wireless – no need to bury cable in your yard

Easy Installation – simply plug in transmitter and begin training

Portable – bring the transmitter, collar, and flags anywhere you want to set up a contained area for your pet

Adjustable – offers 5 adjustable levels of correction, plus a tone-only mode

Waterproof Receiver – safe to use in all climates

Low Battery Indicator – receiver collar will alert you when it’s time to change the battery

Warning Tone – receiver emits an audible warning tone as pet approaches the edge of the boundary zone.

Automatic Shut-Off – if pet leaves the boundary zone, the stimulation is limited to 30 seconds and automatically shuts off for five minutes before repeating stimulation for another 30 seconds.

Training Manual Included- appropriate training of your pet is a key element of the PetSafe Wireless Fence

Recommended for pets over 8 pounds

Transmitter Specifications:

• Height: 9 inches PIF300 Transmitter

• Width: 9 inches

• Depth: 8.5 inches

• Frequency: 18 kHz

• Fuse Type: 250 volt ½ amp (inside transmitter)

• Rounded front/barrel shaped

• Boundary and high/low control dials on face

• Light gray coloring

• On- Off switch on left side

PIF300 Boundary
PIF300 Radius
PIF300 Contents

Receiver Collar Specifications:

• Height: 1 inch

• Width: 2 inches

• Depth: 1 inch

• Weight: 2.5 ounces

• Uses 6-volt (RFA-67) battery

• Waterproof

• Low battery indicator (light will flash every 4 to 5 seconds)

• Interchangeable contact points: long and short

The PetSafe Wireless Fence creates a circular boundary around the area you have chosen, allowing your pet to run freely inside this safe zone

The centrally located transmitter sends an adjustable radio signal to a lightweight receiver collar on your pet, giving them a 90-foot range (½ an acre) to run and play

Contents include wall-mounted transmitter, receiver collar, extra collar probes, boundary flags, AC adapter for transmitter and a comprehensive training manual

Training your pet by using the boundary flags provided is essential to the successful use of this product. Train them to avoid the flags and associate the correction with getting too close to the flags

PIF300 Collar

Product Features

  • Wireless radio-fence containment system for pets weighing 8 pounds or more
  • Covers an adjustable circular area of up to a 1/2 acre (180-foot diameter)
  • Receiver delivers safe static correction when pet strays into warning zone
  • Waterproof receiver collar uses 6-volt battery; setup and training manual included
  • Transmitter measures 8-1/2 by 9 by 9 inches; receiver measures 1 by 2 by 1 inches


M. Nance says:

expensive but good I have owned this system for a little over three years. It has been amazing. But it’s a big investment.I have an Australian Shepherd that I had allowed to run loose at a previous house where I didn’t have neighbors, street traffic, etc. After moving to the new house in a subdivision, I couldn’t find anything to keep the dog close to home. He dug under or jumped over fences and would spend all day howling when he was chained. At 5 years old I thought he was pretty set in his ways. This system worked in a matter of minutes.I hooked up the transmitter and marked the circular area around the house where it started beeping. Then I put the collar on the dog without any charge and taught him that when he heard the sound to return to the house. After a couple of times I jacked up the amperage and let him figure the rest out himself. It only took two shocks before he was done.For those not familiar with the product:The transmitter is kept in a…

Holly H. Beverly says:

As close to perfect as a wireless system can be! Since we are in the process of selling our home we decided to give this wireless system a try. FIRST, I would suggest you take your dog’s temperament into consideration. Although I wouldn’t consider our adopted 90 lb. male Weimaraner a wus, he isn’t the Alpha dog either. The training aids were good and he quickly learned how far he could go on static shock level 4. He has since become so accustomed to our establised boundaries that we have lowered it to level 2 (level 1 is just an audible beep). Adjusting the shock level is very easy – it just involves unscrewing a small cover on the collar and depressing a button. On the transmitter, you adjust the RADIUS (remember that the signal is emitted in a circle from the transmitter) using a dial. EASY! It did take some effort to locate it correctly in our home – they suggest it be 24″ off of the floor and it obviously has to be near an outlet, but it can emit a signal up to 90 feet in every direction – that’s a total cross section of…

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