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Cat Mate Elite I.D. Disc Cat Flap with Timer Control - White

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  • Includes 2 Electronic ID discs (up to 8 unique ID discs possible). Keeps all other animals out. Requires 4 AA Batteries 9-12 months use. Extra discs ref.310
  • LCD Display shows selected entry and exit lock status, cat location and time flap last used for up to 3 cats.
  • Timer function controls access for all of your cats e.g. to keep cats in at night.
  • Self lining up to 2 inches, ideal for all types of installation.
  • Frame Rain Seal & fully draft weatherproof brush sealed flap. Cut out Size 6.5"W x 7.5"H Dia 9"
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Cat Mate Elite I.D. Disc Cat Flap with Timer Control - White + Cat Mate Electronic Collar ID Disc + Cat Mate Elite Wall Liner
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 3.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000XPSH34
  • Item model number: 305W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,148 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Cat Mate Elite uses the latest in R.F.I.D. technology and offers major advancements in pet access control. Entry and exit is operated by unique electronic Collar I.D. Discs (2 supplied) for up to 8 cats - keeps all other animals out. The LCD display shows selected entry and exit lock status, cat location and time since the flap was last used - for up to 3 cats. The cat flap also features individual entry and exit control settings, a timer function (e.g. to keep cats in at night) and a revolutionary, secure 4 way locking system. Only animals with a RFID collar tag programmed into the door can exit or enter the door. 4 AA Batteries (6-9 months) not included. Self-lining to 2” (50mm) - suitable for single/double glazing, doors and panels, including metal. Wall Liner available for wall installation (not included).

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Customer Reviews

I now know when my cat comes and goes from anywhere in the house.
M. Woszczyna
After I programmed the door for the RFID tags I verified that the tags worked by themselves, then put them on the cats.
stephen costa
The loud hissing/buzzing sound of the opening/closing mechanism scares the cat away.
Rob in Brentwood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

164 of 178 people found the following review helpful By sonoma michelle on October 30, 2008
We have raccoons in the area and I have tried a lot of cat doors. We were using the older version magnetic locking cat door from ani mate. Since the raccoons easily figured out how to open that, we just locked it every night, which was tiresome, but worked. I was exicted to see this one advertised as raccoon proof. There is even a picture of a raccoon on the box with a big red X through it. I happily installed the door, carefulling following instructions. It lasted 2 nights. Raccoons broke in, then because they were locked in (it locks both directions), then tore it out of the wall trying to get out. Now I have a broken, non-functional cat door.
I called KV Pet who sold it too me and was told that even though it said raccoon proof and had broken in two days, they would not replace it or refund my money. I called ani mate and was told that if I wrote a letter and mailed the door back to them (at my cost of course) they would consider replacing it, but not refunding my money. So much for the guarentee.
I think the door is great, unless you have raccoons and then it is sucks and the company sucks and the seller sucks.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By M. Woszczyna on June 13, 2009
Update after 5 years: flap still works, but as I no longer live in racoon country (and am frankly getting tired of replacing lost tags), it's permanently in training mode. It swings much more quietly than a cheap petmate flap I used for a while. As my landlord would not have holes cut in his walls or doors, it's now installed in the bottom of a large Tupperware box, which in turn is taped over the opening originally meant for a dryer hose (my cats are on the small side and fit through the hole easily).

Original review:
I build a special frame (from a 2"x2"x6' shim, a few screws, paint, a bit of Plexiglas and silicone) to fit the flap into a horizontal sliding window. This avoids replacing a double-glass pane. The way it's done, I can take out 2 screws from the inside of the house and remove the entire thing with only 2 small holes in the window frame (not exposed with closed window, easy to patch). It's weatherproof and just as burglar-proof as the original window.

As other reviews said, the flap lock is *LOUD*. So FIRST of all, I took care to train my cat to be curious about that noise. I now know when my cat comes and goes from anywhere in the house. I rather like that. I had contemplated to install a walk-through door-bell which I now certainly don't need. If your cat is going in and out all night and that thing is in your bedroom, don't say you haven't been warned.

I suggest you play with the flap a little before you decide exactly how to mount it, because the it clearly has limited scanning range and if you mount the door too low or too high, the chip may hang too far below the lower frame when the cat-nose pushes the door and triggers the scan.
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Traveler on January 8, 2010
I installed this door 24 hours ago for my 5 (yes 5!) cats, 3 of which are kittens that have not yet been altered, so I don't want them going outside. I've got a problem with strays in my neighborhood, which was my main reason for purchasing this cat flap. In response to a previous review, I've had no problem purchasing replacement/ extra ID tags in case my cats lose theirs.

I installed the flap in a wooden door, with the bottom of the opening precisely 6 inches above the ground as the instructions indicated. I used the training mode (no lock) and treats to adjust the 2 inexperienced cats to the flap. It took them maybe 10 minutes to learn, and once I enabled the lock it read the collars perfectly - the cats were not at all intimidated by the lock noise and had no trouble unlocking the flap. Once curfew hit at 6pm, they beat on the flap pretty good to be let out, but no go and they eventually gave up. I was also glad to note that although the flap will stay unlocked from 5 - 90 seconds (depending on your preference) once a collar is read and the cat has not yet gone through the flap, it locks immediately after the cat successfully makes it through the flap.

The next morning, within the first hour, one of the 3 unaltered kittens managed to get outside. A few hours into the morning, all 3 had figured out how to go through the hole in conjuction with one of the 2 collared cats. I then tried putting collars on the 3 kittens and setting the flap to not allow them out - I hoped that if the flap read a collar in range that was not to be permitted through the flap, it wouldn't open for the adjacent permitted cat, but no go.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Robinson on March 15, 2012
I bought originally bought the Pet Safe Magnetic door (not this one) because I liked the idea of not needing batteries as the Cat Mate doors did. I needed an electronic door for a feeding box to separate my two cats during feeding time since one had to be put on a prescription diet. I was going to put the non prescription cat's food in the box (since it would be bad for the sick cat to eat the regular food, but not the end of the world if the other cat had a bit or two of the prescription food).

The sick cat is definitely the dominate, more food-motivated cat, so I figured he'd be first at the trough when the auto-feeder went off with his food anyways. So, everything should have worked out.

I bought a large storage tote with handles that locked over the lid, cut the door-sized hole in the side of it, installed the door, and set it up with the non-prescription food in it.

Literally, in under 10 seconds, the dominate, food motivated cat had popped the Pet Safe door open and had gained access to the off-limits food. I returned that door.

I think it really is a design flaw on the Pet Safe door that the latch that holds the door closed until the magnetic tag trips it is located at the bottom corner of the door. When a cat (or raccoon) pushes hard enough on the other corner, the clear plastic door is flexible enough that the whole door just pops over the latch that is supposed to be holding it closed.

I ended up deciding to get two other different doors so each cat could have their own private eating space. I got a Cat Mate magnetic door, and a Cat Mate Super Selective microchip activated door (the one described on this page). The magnetic Cat Mate door is similar in price to the Pet Safe, but the Super Selective costs more than twice as much.
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