SportDog SD-1875 Upland Hunter Beeper collar

The replacement CR123A lithium battery for SportDOG Brand® beepers.
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The UplandHunter™ 1850 can be used as a two-dog unit with the purchase of a second collar-receiver/beeper (Model SDR-BEEP). A toggle switch on the transmitter lets the user program the collars individually. Also available is the SD-AB Add-A-Beeper, which is the beeper unit only. The SD-AB can be added to any collar strap and can be operated with other SportDOG Brand® remote transmitters.
SportDOG SD-Beep Add On Beeper
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This collar allows you to add an electronic collar receiver and remote beeper to your existing SportDOG™ system. Compatible with SportHunter® 1825 (SD-1825), WetlandHunter® 1825CAMO (SD-1825CAMO), and ProHunter® 2525 (SD-2525 systems), the SDR-AB Add-A-Dog® Receiver comes with a convenient docking station that charges the collar and beeper in 2 hours. •Sport DOG Brand add-on dog collar beeper locators give you the most options in beeper functions to help you keep track of your dog in heavy cover.
Photo provided by FlickrSportDOG gets back into Ecollar / Beeper combo remote training collars with the SD-1875, perhaps the most versatile unit we have ever seen.
Photo provided by FlickrSportDOG gets back into Ecollar / Beeper combo remote training collars with the SD-1875, perhaps the most versatile unit we have ever seen.
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Beeper collars are an excellent way to keep up with pointing dogs in heavy cover at longer ranges than a bell. We carry Scott, Lovett's, Tri-Tronics, SportDOG, DT Systems, & Dogtra brands of beeper collars.Looking to add tracking capabilities to your current SportDOG Brand® e-collar? Our UplandHunter® Beeper works with SD-425, SD-425S, SD-825, SD-1825, SD-1825CAMO, and SD-2525 e-collar models. The DSL-400 Deluxe Beeper and Locator Beacon can be added on to any collar.Keep track of your dog in any hunting situation with a SportDOG® beeper or beacon. Our easy-to-use Locator Beacon is perfect for nighttime, whether on the hunt or just during a neighborhood walk. The UplandHunter® Accessory Beeper (SD-BEEP) lasts up to 80 hours and gives you the flexibility of 9 beeper options to choose from. The Deluxe Beeper Locator (DSL-400) offers 4 tone/beep options to choose from and fits any 3/4 or 1 inch collar for instant tracking on the fly. You'll never wonder where your dog has wandered off to again.Know where your dog is even when you can’t see him! Made especially for hunting pheasants with pointing dogs in tall grass or ruffed grouse and woodcock in thick brush. The SportDOG Deluxe DSL 400 Beeper Locator is the most advanced upland beeper on the market and is audible from up to 400 yards away with 4 beeper sounds and 3 run/point modes. On the left hand side of the unit choose from beep, hawk scream, bobwhite recall or trill sounds on one dial; on the other dial choose from the 3 run/point modes: 1) silent run/beep every second on point 2) beep every 5 seconds while running/every second on point 3) beep every 10 seconds while running/beep every second on point. Setting 4 on that dial is a battery indicator that will give you a quick high tone double beep for good battery or a long low tone single beep for low battery (replacement needed). Also choose between high and low beeper volume on the switch, always starting a dog new to the beeper on low volume in a training scenario prior to going into a live hunting situation. The right hand knob on the unit serves as the on/off switch.The SportDOG 1875 gives you the option of customizing your system to fit YOUR needs. It also allows you the option of changing the setup as your needs change, or if you want different options in different situations. It has all the great features that we have come to love in the SD-1825, but now with a remote controlled beeper that lets you know what your pointing dog is doing when he is out of sight.Beeper collars use a motion sensor to tell the hunter what your dog is doing. The Sport DOG SD-1875 beeper collar can be adjusted from the transmitter to Run / Point Mode, making one beep every 5 to 10 seconds while your the dog is moving and then changing to a beep every second when your dog stops, or to Point Mode Only, which means the collar makes no sound while your dog is moving, but kicks in to "point" mode when your dog stops.