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How wide are the warning and correction zones?

The signal will be emitted from the wire a certain distance depending on the boundary control dial on the transmitter.
There is a 20% warning zone and an 80% static correction zone. For example, if there is 5 feet of signal from the wire, in the first foot, the receiver will emit a warning tone, and in the last 4 feet as you approach the wire the receiver will emit a static correction. This will be mirrored on the other side of the wire.

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