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Autoslide Elite iLock K9 Automatic Pet Door

If you are worried about the neighbor’s cats or unwanted animals entering your home via the motion pet sensors, the Autoslide Elite iLock Smart Tag Pet Door Kit is what you need.

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The Smart Tag uses RFID technology to communicate with a receiver to activate your Autoslide enabled sliding door securely. To provide added security, this Autoslide electronic pet door system comes with the iLock Motor to automatically lock and unlock your sliding patio doors. Now, you can leave your home and know your dog or cat can securely go outside.

Included with the upgrade to the Autoslide Elite system is our new software with four dynamic modes:

Unsecured Mode (green light) – This mode allows you to use sensors programmed to the Inside or Outside frequency. If you have the iLock feature equipped, the lock will not be engaged in this mode.

Stay Open/Toggle Mode (blue light) – This mode allows you to either have your sliding door stay open until the mode is switched or to operate the door in a toggle fashion (push button to open/push button to close). Only sensors programmed to the Inside frequency will work in this mode. If you have the iLock feature equipped, the lock will be engaged in this mode. Secure Mode (red light) – This mode allows you to operate the door normally using sensors programmed to the Inside frequency. If you have the iLock feature equipped, the lock will be engaged in this mode.

Pet Mode (orange light) – This mode is designed to be used with Autoslide’s pet sensors. The door width can be programmed to open to a shorter width when activated by a pet sensor. People can still use the door by using a sensor programmed to the Inside frequency and it will open to the normal width. If you have the iLock feature equipped, the lock will be engaged in this mode.

Only one Smart Tag receiver is required per pet door and plugs into the back of the Autoslide system using the included cable. The sensor has three ranges: 3 feet, 6 feet, and 10 feet. You will want to mount your receiver in the most optimal place. If you are using this for pets, be sure to take into account how your pets behave.

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