Staywell Microchip Cat Flap From PetSafe
Petsafe microchip cat flap door is built to be both simple to use and to maintain. The installation uses battery power which takes away the need to hardwire cables to the door during the installation process. These doors are designed to let your cat come and go freely by automatically reading your cats chip allow your cat through the door and at the same time keeping out strays or other intruding animals. A cat flap with a sensor that reads the unique microchip identification number and allows that cat access only.
Optional additions allow the microchip pet door to be installed in UPVC panels and double glazing or through walls.
The double glazing adaptor turns a standard unit into a round microchip cat flap.
Chip Cat flap Features
The chip activated cat flap door works by reading your cat's chip which uses frequency identification.
Simple 4-way locking system for ease of use
Adaptors For Walls and Double Glazing Glass
Battery operated microchip cat flap
Cat Flap Installation
Easy to install
The PetSafe® Microchip Cat Flap is suitable to fit most types of door microchip cat flap for walls will require additional tunnels, which we sell as kits below, and both double glazing and wall require the use of a glass mounting adaptor and competent DIY skills-tools will be required when fitting cat flaps.
Existing flaps installed? This cat door is designed to adapt easily to cut out sizes for existing Staywell® doors models 200, 300, 400, 500, 900, and Petporte smart flap® series cat flaps.
Some simple DIY skills are required, and minor adjustments to the cut-out or additional accessories might be needed. When replacing a 200 series pet door, the glass adaptor accessory will be needed for proper installation.
When fitting a microchip cat flap in a glass door, it is impossible to cut holes in existing toughened glass or double glazed units. Holes need to be cut at the time of manufacture, or new glass units need to be produced—suitable cat flap microchip double glazed door with 20mm 24mm and 28mm double glazing. Please contact a glazier or cat flap fitter.
The PetSafe automatic Cat Flap requires four alkaline AA batteries (LR6). Batteries are not included with your cat flap. Please use new, non-rechargeable batteries for the best results. To
install batteries, remove the battery cover from the top of the interior frame, set aside the hardware pack, and place the batteries in the proper direction. Once you have installed the chip-operated cat flap, the green LED will quickly
flash 3 times, indicating the cat flap is in Automatic Mode and is ready for programming.
These doors are currently only available in white and brown, but we hope to produce an anthracite grey colour in the coming weeks, 7016 dark grey,
Cat, not Microchipped? These doors can be used with collar and RFID collar tags that will act like a standard chip. These are sometimes required when your cat's chip has moved around inside the cat's body.
The PetSafe® cat flaps with chip recognition read the most common microchip type implanted in cats – FDX-B (15-digit).
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What do I need to install into glass? Microchip cat flap glass doors or windows are no problem. Cat flap installation in glass doors, double glazed, is possible using a glass adapter that allows the square cat flap to go into a round hole.