Setting up trap alarms in the APP is the same regardless of the type of trap.

Just remember to select your trap type in the APP in the trap alarm settings.

Setting up the trap alarm on the trap varies according to the trap type and detection method.

See Manuals (below) for the type of trap in question or contact CatchAlive ApS if you are in doubt about the setup.


Manual CatchAliveOne GoodNature A24

Slide CatchAliveOne into the bracket and click it on the GoodNature A24 trap


Manuals Live Animal Traps – Wire Box Trap

Manuals for mounting CatchAliveOne on side of the trap with a magnet on door:


Manual for Live Animal Traps – Large Box Trap

Manual for mounting CatchAliveOne on trapdoor

©Henry Bruun
©Henry Bruun
©Henry Bruun

CatchAlive measures the angle of the door.

When the trap is open and ready, the CatchAliveOne trap alarm is horizontal (horizontal angle of less than ±15°). When the trap is closed, the CatchAliveOne is angled (horizontal angle of more than 25°).

No magnet or pull string needed.


Manual for Live Animal Trap – Drop Trap

CatchAlive measures the angle of the trap.

When the trap is open and ready, the CatchAliveOne trap alarm is angled (horizontal angle of more than 20°). When the trap is closed, the CatchAliveOne is horizontal (horizontal angle of less than ±10°).

No magnet or pull string needed.


Manual CatchAliveOne for Snap Trap

Screw the bracket on the side of the snap trap. Put the box in the bracket.


Manual CatchAliveOne for Mole Trap

Mount the bracket on the side of the mole trap with strips


Manual CatchAliveOne for Feeder Monitor

Place the CatchAliveOne Feeder Disc on top of the feed in the feeder barrel. When the level of feed is low, the CatchAliveOne Feeder Disc is hanging in the cord and the CatchAliveOne trap alarm is activated.