About the PetSafe Electronic SmartKey™
Extra house key for your pet
The PetSafe Electronic SmartDoor™ comes with one SmartKey, which unlocks the door and lets only your pet inside or out. If you have more than one pet, give each one a transmitter so all pets have access.
- uses unique RF ID to unlock the PetSafe SmartDoor (not included)
- door automatically locks again after your pet passes through
- durable and waterproof
- program up to 5 SmartKey units per SmartDoor
- powered by included battery (RFA-67)
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # PAC11-11045
What's in the box:
- SmartKey for PetSafe SmartDoor
- RFA-67 Battery
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More details on the PetSafe Electronic SmartKey™
Overview: The PetSafe SmartKey is an accessory designed for use with the PetSafe Electronic SmartDoor (large or small). The SmartDoor operates via radio frequencies (RF) and will unlock when it detects the radio signal from your pet's SmartKey, allowing your pet access through the door. When the SmartDoor no longer detects the SmartKey, the door will automatically lock back into place. The SmartKey has a loop that allows it to be easily attached to the dog's collar.
Power Requirements: The SmartKey uses a proprietary RFA-67 battery designed by PetSafe. The RFA-67 is easily replaceable, and has a typical life of approximately 6 months. The battery simply twists into the bottom of the SmartKey, and features on and off positions.
SmartKey Operation: The SmartKey emits radio signals over an area up to approximately 2.5 feet. When your pet gets near the SmartDoor, the door should unlock automatically. Once the pet has left the door's active area, the door should automatically lock after a short period of time (up to 15 seconds). The SmartDoor's sensitivity can be adjusted via a rotary control. The SmartDoor can be programmed to allow some dogs access while wearing the SmartKey, while rejecting access to other dogs with SmartKeys. Each dog in your household that you want to give access to the SmartDoor should have their own SmartKey.
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