Ecollar level comparisons
How do I know which level on einstein corresponds to the 18 levels on garmin
My friend has garmin and I have einstein. Just trying to see what we are using on our dogs and how it compares. She's using a level a trainer told her to and isn't sure where on the scale of 100 it falls.
I'm assuming Garmin 's levels don't go evenly from 1 to 18. It probably goes up gradually from 1 to maybe 10 and then jumps up some
Where in einstein it probably goes from 1 to 100 evenly.
I tried googling this. Didn't find anything.
ETA and since I have my own thread, here are the questions from the other thread
'few questions. what's the point of 100 levels? it's nice to have the first 20 to find the low working level but after that I think 10 levels would do. is there really a difference between 42 and 43 or 76 and 77? I'm sure there's a slight difference in stim but what's a scenario where you'd choose 76 over 77? I find myself just picking numbers around 30 for emergencies (never went higher)
I'm just starting out, have some patience if you're going to explain
and another. I asked this in another thread but didn't get an answer. how do people know the stim isn't consistent and what does that mean? it stims sometimes and doesn't other times? or the levels aren't consistent?
if it's the levels then how do you find that out'
Last edited by lalachka; 08-10-2014 at 12:16 PM.