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Cat Mate Microchip Cat Flap (360W)

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Manufacturer: Pet Mate



Cat Mate Microchip Cat Flap (360W) has been developed to offer the ultimate solution for selective entry control.

Operated by your cat’s unique implanted identification microchip, the cat flap eliminates the stress and frustration caused by the unwelcome intrusion of neighbouring cats, providing a safe and secure environment for your cat.

Extremely easy to program, the cat flap allows for up to 30 cats to be registered and for those without an implanted microchip, a unique Cat Mate I.D. Disc can be attached to your cat’s collar.

Fitted with a super tough polymer, transparent flap which is preferred by most cats, the cat flap is brush sealed with a magnetic closure for a draftproof and weatherproof seal.

Size Guide:

Doors/Panel (Self Lining Thickness): 85mm (3.375")
Overal Width: 197mm (7.75")
Overal Height: 246mm (9.5625")
Cut Out Width: 173mm (6.875")
Cut Out Height: 198mm (7.75")
The cat flap can be easily fitted to walls or glass panels with an adapter kit (available separately). For wall thickness over 85mm, a Cat Mate Elite Wall Liner will be required for each additional 50mm (available separately).

Compatible with 9, 10 and 15 digit microchips.

Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included) which will give approximately 12 months operation.

Reviews (1)

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Graham Cole
July 2020

A very well constructed cat flap which has been purchased to prevent pest strays from entering our property. It was purchased to replace an existing manual cat flap. Needless to say it slotted into the existing hole very well. There are a few points that should be considered when purchasing. On opening the packaging there is a warning about low power chips that may render the flap useless until an upgrade to the flap has been made. I did call the company but as of yet have had no response from them. Fortunately after installing the flap and trying both our cats, this turns out to be a mute point. But its still worth considering. Secondly there is a possibility that your cats chip may be positioned in such a way that the chip may not register. There is an option to purchase tags for cat collars but they don't appear to be available o. This site. Again not relevant for us but may be for others. Training mode sounds very impressive when in fact it is just removing a battery before the locking mechanism engages 😁 However second day of installation our cats are getting very used to using the flap and the stray that keeps trying to get in can no longer do so.