TrapLine is a supplemental accessory that's used with a Shock alarm to monitor additional nearby items.  It can't be used by itself as a stand-alone product.

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Start!

TrapLine will fit any device with a 2 x 4 cm flat area. It must be flat, and a relatively smooth surface to which the tape will stick.
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2

Peel the tape

Strong bonding secret #1: don't let your fingers touch the exposed tape.
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3

Position

Strong bonding secret #2: ensure the surface is clean – use an alcohol wipe or ammonia (eg. Windex).
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Apply

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Press Hard!

Strong Bonding secret #3: Pressure! Press very firmly and hold for a few seconds. Most people don't realize this, but pressure helps activate the adhesive in the tape. The tape will be firmly stuck at this point, but the bond will continue to strengthen over the next 24 hours.
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Plug in the input cable

Plug in the sensor line coming from the alarm (or from another TrapLine if you are daisy chaining several).
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Plug in Output cable

This cable is either plugged into the termination loop of the Sonic Shock, an Anchor Point if you're using that termination, or another TrapLine if you are daisy chaining more than one.
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Finis!

Should look like this. If ever you need to remove the TrapLine, the existing tape will still stick to new equipment, but it will hold more reliably (ie. less likely to create a false alarm by falling off) if you replace the tape. We suggest you use 3M replacement adhesive strips for 3M's "Command" adhesive picture hangers widely available in the likes of Staples or Walmart.
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You can daisy chain multiple TrapLines

There's no limit other than what's practical in your site. We have tested the product with up to 100 TrapLines in series.
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