The Bluetooth search function can be used to find a collar that is lost. Your phone will use Bluetooth to find the collar, so make sure this feature is enabled before you start your search.

Open the Nofence app and find the last recorded position for the collar in question, and go to this spot in the terrain Select ‘Collars’ at the bottom of your screen and find the lost collar in the list that comes up. Find the ‘Play localization audio’ option and press the tone icon to its right. If the collar is able to connect to the phone via Bluetooth, it will start playing a tune, making it a lot easier to find it in the terrain :) Keep in mind that the Bluetooth reach is approximately 164 ft / 50 metres in open landscapes. If you don’t find the collar immediately, try moving around in the landscape a bit to see if you can establish a connection.

When the app has found a collar, it also gives an indication of how far away the collar is. Remeber that if the collar is out of battery, the Bluetooth search function will not work.

The search function should not be used as long as an animal is wearing the collar. The animal may interpret the sound as an audio warning and experience stress beacuse it does not understand how to switch it off.


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