I just got an RF based pet trainer for my dog. It communicates with a device on the collar that vibrates or beeps. We use it to correct her as she can be quite aggressive. It does not use a shock. I noticed that it was 433 MHz.
For fun I tried learning it as a remote so I could buzz her from my desk when working and she sees something outside that is worth barking at. Bond found it every time and showed several frequencies ~ 433.7XX each time I tried to learn it. But when I tried sending the commands it did not work. Any advice on how I might get this working? Thanks.
If you can find an FCC ID (or even just a model number if you cannot find an FCC ID) on the original remote, or in the battery compartment, it might give us insight if it is a rolling code or something that isn’t expected to work.
The best I was able to find was the image below which the manufacturer uploaded to Alibaba (and it is noted that all the PD-520s are the same despite different ending letters), but the company does not appear to have an FCC ID on file for the model you have.
The company does list a PD 526 model with the FCC, but doesn’t really help us too much with your PD-520.