Used Garmin Delta XC Handheld
Handheld only the charger is not included. Works with the Delta XC/Delta Sport XC Collar. Collars are sold separately.
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Q: Does the Garmin Delta XC have the Barklimiter feature?
A: No, the Delta XC does not have the Barklimiter function. Garmin Delta Sport XC has the Barklimiter built into it.
Q: Do the Garmin Delta XC and Garmin Delta Sport XC train the same collars?
A: Yes, both the Delta XC and the Delta Sport XC train the Delta Xc collar. Although the same collars are compatible, only one device can be paired to the collar at a time.
Q: Will the Garmin Delta Sport XC work with the Original Tri-Tronics G2/G3?
A: No, the Garmin Delta Sport XC will not work with originial Tri-Tronics series. They are only compatible with the Garmin Delta series.
Q: Can multiple handhelds train the same collar?
A: No, the Delta XC collar can only be trained by one Garmin Delta XC or Delta Sport XC at a time.
Q: Will original Garmin Delta or Delta Sport collars work with XC models?
A: Yes, the original garmin Delta series are still compatible with the Garmin Delta XC and Delta Sport XC systems.
Q: How to pair a Delta with A Garmin Delta XC
A: To start, turn both devices on then select which color the collar will be paired with, use the button on the right side that has the 3 colors (blue,black,red) to do so. Once the color is selected, hold the power button down on the collar at the same time as holding down one of the 3 training buttons on the handheld. The collar will initially beep 3 times, then once more when it is paired on turns off. Once paired, turn the collar back and test to see if it is paired my using a training button, if it is paired the green light will be solid when the devices are communicating.
Q: How to change between the different correction modes
A: To change between the correction modes, you will start with the device on. The press the button on the lower left hand side below the power button labeled “Mode”. Then you can choose between the 3 different settings. The letters stand for Vibration (V), Constant Shock (C), Momentary Shock (M), and Tone (T).