Yep it's a catflap and after waiting ages for it we eventually took delivery and got it all fitted without a problem, well no technical problems anyway.
Description said 'silent operation' maybe the person that stated it was deaf, it's hardly silent, but it isn't overly loud. Testing it proved all was working, and it still is, well it is if tested with the spare RF tag. It's been in now for well over 2 weeks and I have yet to convince the cat that it works, if switched off training mode the flap doesn't seem sensitive enough to detect that the cat is close by and remove the lock, or at least not quickly enough for our cat. To be fair she is particularly timid and I think it is more down to her than the flap, so for now it remains in training mode. I did test both RF tags before fitting one to the cat. We went for this particular flap because the key (RF Tag) doesn't need changing so no need to stress the cat again so long as we don't reset the flap!
When I saw this flap I thought it was the answer to our prayers, so far it's proven an expensive folly. Hopefully I'll be able to get the cat to use it with the lock engaged! The jury is still out on this.
On the plus side it seems far better built and thought out than the Staywell infra red flap it replaced, and at least we will be able to see when the batteries are near exhasted. It also remembers settings when the batteries are changed, so no messing around catching the cat to re-program. An added bonus is the draught proofing seems very good.
Maybe all we need now is a new cat that can work out how to use it!
We've had this flap in now for well over a year and still no joy enticing the cat to use it with the key, so it remains in training mode - an expensive item to use as a basic catflap. If you have a very timid cat I'd recommend not buying it.