Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tri-Tronics G2 and G3 Matching Instructions

Lots of dog owners use Tri-Tronics G2 and G3 dog training collars. Tri-Tronics enjoys 40+ years as the leading brand in e-collars due to their reliability and function. G3 systems are expandable and let users add another collar for a new dog or replace a damaged or lost component.  The non-expandable G2 trainers are also compatible with new G3 components. 

Trainers who want more features, range or dog capability can upgrade their G2/G3 transmitter and use existing G2 or G3 collars with a new transmitter.  Collars that are lost are easily replaced. Some models expand to 3 collars, some 6 collars, ranges vary from 1/2 mile to 2 miles.  The matching process is simple. Matching instructions and links to Tri-Tronics replacement components below: 

Matching Tri-Tronics G2, G2EXP or G3 Components
• Components should be fully charged.
• Set the transmitter intensity dial to a number, not a letter.
• Turn the collar on.
• Press and hold the collar button, then press and hold a continuous (red) button on the transmitter. Hold both buttons down for approximately 5 seconds until you hear two quick beeps. Release both buttons.
• To confirm a successful match, turn the collar back on, then press the continuous transmitter button. The collar light will glow solid confirming the match.

G2 or G3 collars that have lost their settings due to lack of charge i.e. the collar turns on but does not respond to the transmitter use this same method to restore compatability.  Maintenance of G2/G3 batteries is easy with the cradle charging system which reads the battery status.  Batteries are user replaceable and typically need to be replaced every 3 years.

Tri-Tronics replacement transmitters

Parts, repairs and advice are always available at Collar Clinic M-F @ 800-430-2010 or online 24/7

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1 comment:

  1. This are the most amazing technology developed. I have tried it and been really happy. Specially my neighbors whom used to get disturbed with the barking.
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