PetSafe Pawz Away® Mini Add-A-Barrier
Accessory transmitter for dog obedience training
Our take on the PetSafe Pawz Away® Mini Add-A-Barrier by Crutchfield's Eric Angevine
Add a pet barrier where you need one
The Pawz Away Mini Add-A-Barrier lets you establish another no-go zone for use with your existing Pawz Away Mini system. It creates a 5-foot boundary around trash cans, new furniture, or anything else you want your dog to avoid.
- electronic barrier keeps dogs away from furniture and countertops
- creates a no-go zone 5' in diameter
- automatic safety shut-off limits static correction to a 15 second burst
- transmitter powered by 3 AAA batteries (not included)
- collar receiver not included
- compatible with PetSafe YardMax and Pawz Away products
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Mini-Barrier transmitter
- Operating and Training Guide
- Customer support sheet
Overview: The PetSafe Pawz Away Mini Add-a-Barrier (PWF00-14040) is an accessory to both indoor and outdoor Pawz Away Pet Barrier systems. The Mini Add-a-Barrier is a hockey puck-sized (3" diameter, 1" high) transmitter that emits an elliptical radio signal up to 30". When your pet, wearing a Pawz Away collar, gets near the transmitter, he receives audible and static correction through the collar. This package includes one mini-transmitter only; collars are sold separately.
Compatibility: The Mini Add-a-Barrier is compatible with the following Pawz Away systems:
- Pawz Away Indoor Pet Barrier (ZND-1200)
- Pawz Away Outdoor Pet Barrier (PWF00-11923)
- Pawz Away Mini Pet Barrier (PWF00-13665)
- YardMax Rechargeable In-Ground Fence (PIG00-11115)
Signal Strength: The Add-a-Barrier transmitter emits an elliptical signal in all directions. The strength of the signal can be adjusted using the + and - buttons on the top. The LCD display indicates the signal strength in segments of approximately 5 inches each, up to 30" from the device.
Transmitter Settings: You can set up an unlimited number of barrier transmitters in your home. In a multi-pet household, you can allow one pet access to an area while denying another pet. Switches on the transmitter can be set to Mode A, Mode B, or Mode AB functions to match the collar setting for each pet. In a single pet household, you should leave the setting at Mode A.
Placement: For best results, the transmitter should be placed on a non-conductive surface, such as a wood or tile floor, or a table. It can also be hung on a wall by a single nail or screw. If wall-mounted, you should note that the signal becomes very directional--strongest directly in front and weakest to the sides. You should avoid metal surfaces or large metal objects such as appliances.
Power Requirements: The Mini Add-a-Barrier transmitter requires three "AA" batteries (not included).
Our Product Research Team
At Crutchfield, you'll get detailed, accurate information that's hard to find elsewhere. That's because we have our own in-house Product Research team. They verify what’s in the box, check the owner's manual, and record dimensions, features and specs. We stay on top of new products and technologies to help people make informed choices.