Autoslide iLock Dog Door with K9 Tag, slide 1 of 1

Autoslide iLock Dog Door with K9 Tag

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With the Autoslide iLock Dog Door with K9 Tag, your best bud has the power to unlock your sliding door and lock it behind him, too. The iLock feature keeps your automatic sliding door locked when closed. Once you activate Pet Mode, the RFID chip inside your dog’s K9 Tag will trigger the door to unlock when he approaches. However, the door will lock open only wide enough for your pet to enter and exit, preventing intruders from forcing the door open any wider. This secure system is paw-fect when you’re not home and your dog needs a little fresh air—or in the middle of the night when nature calls. Be sure to mount your receiver in an optimal location. The sensor has three ranges: 3 feet, 6 feet and 10 feet. You can easily deactivate your dog’s K9 Tag too—so only you have control of your door!

Key Benefits
  • iLock feature keeps automatic doors locked unless activated.
  • In Pet Mode, K9 Tag activates automatic door.
  • Only one K9 Tag required per pet.
  • Door can be programmed to lock open only wide enough for your pet.
  • Easily convert your current smooth-operating sliding door—receiver plugs into standard 110 outlet.

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  • Item Number
    187394
  • Dimensions
    19 x 2.5 x 2.75 inches
  • Weight
    4.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds
  • Material
    Aluminum
  • Assembly Required
    Yes
Instructions

Wipe Clean.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Defective - does not auto reverse

    By Kayle on Jun 1, 2021

    The autoslide we purchased was either defective, or the auto reverse is non existent. It is supposed to auto reverse if something gets in the way of the door closing. Since I have a really old and slow moving dog I wanted to make sure it would not hurt her. I stuck my foot in the way of the door. It did not auto reverse, but instead smashed and pinned my foot until I pressed the button again to open.

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    Autoslide Instructions

    By Bannon on May 2, 2021

    Worst instructions EVER! Unit doesn't even turn on have toggled the switch several times.

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