Dog e Lites™ Flashing
A. Instructions for Use
Before use, use a coin to unscrew battery cover to remove
plastic insulation piece (battery protector) and screw to retighten.
Note: IF YOUR COLLAR INCLUDES A Dog
LOSS-PREVENTION DEVICE, please consult detailed instructions
Activate or turn off flashing lights by pressing the «
on/off » button.
To clean, brush gently with a soft moistened toothbrush. Dog
e Lites™ and Kit e Lites™ are weather resistant
but are not intended to be submerged under water.
B. Instructions for Replacing Batteries
Use a coin to remove the battery cover by unscrewing counter-clockwise.
Be careful not to lose or displace the rubber O ring. This
tiny rubber band helps keep the electronic portion dry from
moisture ie: rain, snow etc.
Turn product over into your hand and the batteries should
slide out with some gentle tapping on your palm if necessary.
Insert 2 fresh batteries under the 2 metal contact points/tongues
with the « + » side
facing up. Both batteries MUST be inserted
under these metal contact points and should fit snugly.
Replace the rubber O ring and re-screw the battery cover
clockwise to its’ original position. DO NOT OVER ROTATE.
Dog e Alert!™
Flashing LED Collar
A. Instructions for Use
Before use, unscrew the collar’s battery cover to remove
the plastic insulation piece (battery protector) and screw to
Activate or turn off the energy-saving mode of the flashing
lights by pressing the « on/off » button. Only 2
or 3 lights will flash in this mode. OR
To activate the full multi-coloured flashing mode on startup,
press and hold the « on/off » button for up to 5
seconds. To turn off, simply hold again for up to 5 seconds
until lights stop flashing.
TO ACTIVATE YOUR Dog e Alert!™ LOSS
Once the collar's lights are turned on, you may choose to
activate the anti-loss device. (Note: In the case of our stand
alone Dog e Alert!™ device, simply turn
on the emitter.) Turn on the receiver’s red indicator
light by pushing the side switch downward to “N”
position and keep with you. Adjust the roller on the side of
the receiver upward to increase the desired range. Your anti-loss
receiver will buzz/vibrate when the dog has exceeded the allotted
For Search Mode, push receiver switch up to « S »
and it will beep if the collar is out of the desired range PLUS
when the receiver comes back within the desired range it will
beep + vibrate. To reset, simply touch the dog’s collar
with the receiver or turn to off position.
All or Some of Your
Dog e Lites™ Won't Light Up?
Are the batteries weak or dead? Try changing the batteries
to see the difference.
Could the product have been chewed? Even if there is no noticeable
hole, if it has been chewed even briefly the electronic components
may be damaged so that it will not operate correctly.
Are the batteries snug under the top 2 metal contact points?
If not sure, remove the batteries and adjust the contacts to
make a tighter fit.
Has the battery cover been reinstalled properly? If unsure,
gently retighten to ensure correct pressure on the batteries
for reliable operation. Over-rotation of the battery box cover
can cause problems with electronic connections.
Are some lights dimmer than other lights? This is normal as
the battery life progresses, since some LED colours draw more
power than others. This difference should however have minimal
impact on the lights' effectiveness and visibility at night,
and will disappear when fresh batteries are inserted.
Dog e Lites™ Battery
All Dog e Lites™ and Kit e Lites™ flashing LED accessories
require 2 x CR1220 lithium batteries in the case of XS or S/M accessories,
OR 2 x CR2032 lithium batteries in the case of L/XL accessories.
Dog e Alert!™ Loss-prevention remote device
requires 1 x AAA battery.
These fashion products are intended to assist the owner in managing
his animal and should not be used to replace responsible human supervision.
Dog e Lites™ assumes no responsibility for loss, escape or
injury while its product is in use.
Dog e Alert!™
Pet Loss Prevention Device
This Dog e Alert!™ loss-prevention device is
designed to warn of a wayward animal
(dog, cat, etc) or any mobile item and is effective up to approximately
25 yards / meters.
Instructions for Use
Attach the smaller transmitter portion to a pet collar
or any item and TURN ON using the
tiny switch. The transmitter’s red indicator light
will then flash.
To activate your Dog e Alert!™ loss-prevention device:
Turn on the receiver’s red indicator light by pushing the
side switch downward to the «
N » position. Bring the receiver close to the
transmitter to hear a double beep. This double beep confirms
that the receiver has recognized the transmitter and is ready
Adjust the roller on the side of the receiver upward to increase
the desired range. Your Dog e Alert!™ receiver will buzz/vibrate
when the animal has exceeded the allotted distance.
For Search Mode, push receiver switch up to «
S ». It will beep when the transmitter leaves
out of the desired range PLUS it will beep + vibrate when it
returns within the desired range. To reset, simply touch the
transmitter portion with the receiver or turn the receiver to
the center « off » position.
Dog e Alert!™ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
As every Dog e Alert!™ loss-prevention device
is individually tested by our
manufacturers to ensure the lowest possible failure rate, please
find below some of the most
common pitfalls that can inhibit effective use and how to eliminate
them to obtain the results
WHAT CAN I DO IF MY
DOG E ALERT!™ JUST BEEPS ALL THE TIME?
Ensure the Transmitter is Turned On:
If the device beeps non-stop regardless of the range you set,
this may mean that the tiny switch on the transmitter is not
turned on. Please ensure that it is TURNED ON
before use. You can tell that the transmitter is turned on when
the tiny red light flashes. Both pieces must be turned on in
order for the device to work. The best way to proceed is to
turn on the transmitter first, and then the receiver.
Use the Correct Receiver Setting:
One possible source of confusion is the «
N » (normal) setting
versus the « S
» (search) setting. When turning on the receiver
in normal lossprevention mode, push the button downward to the
» setting, and then use the dial to adjust the
range from lowest (downward) to highest (upward). If the receiver
button is pushed upward to search «
S » mode and the animal
is within the range, the device will beep non-stop to indicate
that it has found its’ target.
Enable the Transmitter – Receiver Handshake:
Once you have turned both portions of
the device on, it is important that the two pieces be placed near each other to enable a
recognition handshake, which enables the transmitter to identify its target (the receiver). You
will hear this handshake in the form of a double beep when you first put them together (after
which beeping stops), which confirms that they are in synch and ready to work. This
handshake is necessary for the device to work correctly.
Check for Absent or Dead Batteries:
The transmitter includes a CR2032 battery and the receiver
requires a AAA battery (not included) that
must be inserted before the device will work. If after a while
the device starts to act “flakey”, this could mean a weakening
battery in either portion. If the transmitter battery is the
culprit, the red light will have stopped flashing indicating
a loss of power. To learn if the receiver battery is the culprit,
replace the AAA battery and test for different results. Ensure
correct battery insertion in both cases.
HOW CAN I MANAGE OR
IMPROVE VARIABLE DISTANCE WARNINGS?
Variable Distance Warnings:
All distance estimates are approximate and will vary. As the
device’s antenna is embedded within the transmitter loop, the
straighter the loop hangs, the better the range. The device
is effective up to a maximum of 25 meters / 75 feet
or less, and will vary somewhat in each environment based on
a number of factors, including the nature and composition of
items between the device and your pet (ie: walls, trees, structures,
etc), other radio-frequencies active in the immediate area,
humidity level, etc. Please keep in mind that Dog e Alert!™
is a simple technology, at significantly lower cost and complexity
compared with other pet locator solutions such as GPS. Correctly
used, it offers substantial value at a reasonable cost.
If after eliminating each of the above possible causes of the
problem, you believe your Dog e
Alert!™ unit to be defective, we will be happy
to exchange it or issue you a full credit upon
receipt of the unit. For further questions or inquiries, please
contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by telephone at 514.708.3224.