ANIMAL REPELLER WITH WIRELESS REMOTE AND LED LIGHT

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Repeller Settings
 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:    Small cigar sized box that uses sound to repel nuisance animals (listed animals). These units emit an ultra sound (frequencies humans cannot hear and pets won't mind) by default and audible sounds if desired (you control the audible sounds so they can be turned off or on as needed).

The ultra sound will make them uncomfortable and in most cases, make them want to leave the area. Ultra sound will be sent out anytime the unit is triggered on or if you keep it set to "constantly on". The audible sounds can be turned off or on as needed; they work by "scaring" targeted animal and use a range of sirens, predator sounds and more.

* Do not be overwhelmed by all of the information below. Basically there are 5 main settings and we have listed what's needed for most any target animal but you can email or call for help anytime. *

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WHATS INCLUDED:  The unit comes with the sound repeller, a wireless remote, two screws for mounting it on a tree, fence or wall and an AC power converter with 6 foot long cord (pictured to the right).

Purchase units separately or as "kits" with mounting blocks to save on cost. Other OPTIONS can be ordered further down the page.

$55.00  ea (747811)(Sound Repeller, AC Power supply, Wireless Key, Screws)(2 Units $50.00 ea; 3+ Units $45.00 ea)(FREE STANDARD SHIPPING)
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OPTIONAL MOUNTING BLOCKS (not needed but highly recommended)

  • Repellers fit on either side of mounting blocks so you can use one block to hold just 1 or even 2 repellers.
  • Painted green, they blend into the landscape like the sound repeller.
  • The bottom has a single 1/2" hole as does the back. These holes will accept 1/2" rebar or similar wood/plastic stake.
  • The bottom hole should be used for horizontal coverage over yards and garden.
  • The hole on the back should be used to direct sound toward the roof, trees, etc.
  • Simply slide mounts on/off stakes for quick access to your sound repeller for maintenance.

$62.00  Kit (1 Repeller and 1 Mounting Block)(747811MB)(2 Kits $57.00 ea; 3+ Kits $52.00 ea)(FREE STANDARD SHIPPING)
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OPTIONS ARE BELOW (Power Cord Extensions, Cigarette Lighter Cord, Alligator Clip Cord, Mounting Block and AC Power Supply)

SPECIFIC SETTINGS FOR YOUR TARGET ANIMAL ARE DOWN PAGE (CLICK TARGET PEST):     Armadillo   Badger   Barn Swallows   Bats (in attic)  Bats (outside around home)    Bear    Beaver   Birds    Bobcat   Canada Geese    Chipmunks    Cougar   Coyote    Deer    Dogs   Duck   Feral Cats     Feral Pigs    Flying Squirrels (in attic)    Flying Squirrels (around roof outside)    Fox   Grackles   Geese   Groundhogs   Ground Squirrels    Gulls    Heron    Javelina (aka: Havelina)    Marmot    Mice (in crawl space or attic)    Mice (in living area)   Mice (outside)   Mink    Moose   Mountain Lion   Muskrat    Otter    Porcupine    Prairie Dogs   Rabbit    Raccoon    Rats (in crawl space or attic)    Rats (in living spaces)   Rats (outside around home)    Rock Chucks   Seagulls   Skunk    Squirrels (inside attic)    Squirrels (outside in yard or trees)   Swallows   Turkey    Vultures    Wild Pigs      Woodchuck      Woodpeckers

FEATURES:

  • Wireless Remote Key w/Four Buttons (On/Off, Alarm Mode, Lightbar Mode and Sound).
  • Uses Ultra Sound by default (people can't  hear it) but has optional audible sound too.
  • Included AC Power Supply for "plug in the wall" power when available.
  • Optional battery power option; 4 "C" cell batteries will generally last 3-6 months afield.
  • Can be configured to operate during the day only, the night only or 24 hours a day.
  • Motion Detector setting so you can make it super sensitive enough to sense motion from 40-50 feet away or as little as just a few feet.
  • Audible sound has a range of settings from "zero" to 100 DB so you don't have to use it if its not needed but at 80-100 DB, its quite loud for that "extra" scare.
  • Light Bar up front goes off by default (when machine is active at night only) for that extra "scare" when needed.
  • Ultra Sound frequencies are adjustable for a wide range of animals (see list of below with details on how to make settings for your target animal).
  • "On" settings can be set to trigger by motion detector only or you can keep it running "always on" with a "Constant" ultra sound or "Sweep Mode". More info here.
  • Can protect up to 5,000 sq/ft per unit.

HOW IT WORKS:   There are three main variables used by the device which will frighten or stress wildlife to keep targeted animals off your land or out of your home. The first is the default "Ultra" sound which people cannot hear. This alone will keep most animals away. But our unit also features a "light bar" that goes off and on which is adds to the "fright factor" when the unit is active. Lastly, the optional "audible" sound mimics a range of predatory animals which is stressful or alarming to most any intruding animal. Combine these mechanisms in a unit that can be configured to fit most any need and you have a powerful pest deterrent designed to handle most any animal when set properly.


OPTIONS

We have several options to help provide the best installation for your needs.

Sound Repeller Power Cord ExtenderPOWER CORD EXTENDERS (33 FT and 66 FT):  We have two Extension Cords, one 33 feet long and one 66 feet long, which will allow you to extend the length of the power line leading from the AC power supply to the device. If you plan on using the unit outside and would like to power it by the included AC power supply, DO NOT keep the power supply outside as this will cause it to burn out if subjected to the weather. But you can run power cord extensions up to 500 feet to reach the unit. These cables can also be buried as long as you seal the connectors with a waterproof tape or glue (plain silicone will do). The 33 Foot Extenion is $4.00 and the 66 Foot Extension is $6.00. They have male and female connectors on each end so one end will attach to another patch cord or the power supply and the other end to another patch cord or the repeller.

$4.00 (747911)  33 Foot Patch Cord
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$6.00 (747913)  66 Foot Patch Cord
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CIGARETTE LIGHTER POWER CORD and ALLIGATOR CLIP POWER CORD:  Cigarette Power Cord useful for when you need to deploy a machine and have access to a car's interior cigarette lighter port. This will plug into any standard cigarette lighter and using the battery of the vehicle, will power the sound repeller. This will use the car's battery so you should only do this if you're driving the car a few times every week to ensure the battery stays charged. The second power supply cord features heavy duty alligator clips so you can power the unit with any standard deep cycle marine type battery. The life of the battery will vary depending on the settings for the unit, how large the battery is you use and how often the unit goes off. Email support@bugspray.com if you'd like an "estimate" of how long a battery might last afield. We'll ask you some questions to better understand the power demand for your needs and then calculate the expected battery life.

$4.00 (747919)  (Cigarette Lighter Cord 6 feet long)
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$4.00 (747916)  (Alligator Clip Cord 6 feet long)
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MOUNTING BLOCKS:   Mounting blocks make installation of the sound devices easy. Featuring two 1/2" holes on the bottom/back, the mount will slide over any standard 1/2" pole made of plastic or steel (rebar). Blocks can hold 1 single unit or 2 units back to back. They can be angled "up" to point sound at the side of a structure or tree top.

$10.00 (747922)(Mounting Block Only)($7.00 ea when purchased with Sound Repeller as kit 747811MB)
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REPLACEMENT AC POWER SUPPLY:  This is the same power supply that comes with every unit. Power supplies are not waterproof and should be kept in a protected area where they won't get wet or subject to the environment. Run patch cord electric line extenders to reach remote units in the yard but keep the power supply inside or under a deck, patio, etc. Even direct sunlight will break them down in a few months compared to lasting a few years under normal use.

$4.00 (747929)  (AC Power Supply with 6 foot long cable)
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TECH SPECS

HOW TO POWER THE UNIT:   This unit can be powered by the included AC power converter or 4 "C" batteries. If you need to power it with batteries, we suggest you use the "motion detector" setting (see below). This will allow the batteries to last 3-6 months. Running the unit set to "constant" means it will be always on so the batteries will only last a few days. If you need to set the unit to "constant" for your nuisance animal (see suggested settings below), plan on using the included power supply. Using this will cost very little per month; less than $.50 for every 30-60 days.

Wireless Remote with buttons labeled

Wireless Remote with buttons labeled

WIRELESS REMOTE FEATURES:  The wireless remote has 4 buttons. The top left (red) button with the picture of the person running can be used to scare large animals or people. It will turn on the ultra sound and audible sounds as well as flash the light bar when activated (NOTE: THE WHITE LIGHT BAR IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FRONT PANEL WILL ONLY  GO OFF WHEN ITS DARK). The button to the top right is the standby control. Use this to turn the unit "off" when you'd like to go outside and not have the unit activate. The button to the bottom left hand side with the alarm will activate the ultra sound only. The button to the right side, bottom with the lightning bolt will activate the LED front panel light used to scare to nocturnal animals like deer, hogs, cats or other canines if you activate the button when its dark out.

TARGET ANIMALS:    Armadillo, Bats, Bobcats, Cats, Coyote, Dogs, Deer, Flying Squirrels, Fox, Javelina, Marmots, Mice, Pigs, Rabbits, Rats, Raccoon, Rock Chucks, Skunk, Squirrels,and Wild Hogs.

HOW ULTRA SOUND WORKS:   Its important to understand Ultra Sound does not penetrate anything solid. This means it cannot go through walls, plants, around buildings, etc. It is effective only in the area directly in front of where a unit is placed and depending on the placement and surrounding area, can protect up to 5000 sq/ft per machine.

Do not use these to protect any kind of food in the yard. Fruits and vegetables – especially those grown in the garden – will be too attractive for most any animal to ignore and they will usually forego the discomfort of sound to get a good meal if they've been feeding there already. But if you're growing a new garden and want to ensure nuisance animals don't eat your crop, install units at the beginning of the growing season to keep animals away so they'd "learn" to come around expecting to find a meal.

** SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT PETS **   The use of Ultra Sound cannot injure animals including pets. As explained above, the sounds emitted will make certain animals uncomfortable and want to move elsewhere. This happens because by nature, most any animal is "skittish" when active in a new area and sound is a sense they all use. In fact for many animals, sound is the most important sense so its critical they hear "normal" sounds. This device will release sound anything but normal. And the sounds vary. That means if you are trying to repel rats or bats and dial in that setting, dogs and cats won't mind the sound even though they can hear it. If used in the yard, your dog or cat will no doubt detect the unit when its first installed. Most won't care after a few seconds; others might go up to the unit to see what all the fuss is about. Remember, this is their "turf" and some pets like to know what's going on under their nose. Two other things to remember; first, you can use the wireless remote to "disarm" the device (essentially turn it off) when pets go out. The wireless key comes with every unit and can control several. But even if you forget to turn it off, your pet will quickly learn to accept the sound and not care. Remember, this is their home and the sound arrived at a later date so it will not be perceived as a threat. This is exactly opposite for wild animals coming to your yard foraging. Second, when used inside the home, pets will not be able to detect units in the attic or crawl space since the sound cannot "go through walls". Ultra sound is limited in strength and has no effective "penetrating" power so even the thinnest of sheet-rock will contain the sound and limit its effective range.

RANGE OF SOUND:  This will vary based on the settings. For the ultra sound waves, the impact needs "line of sight" since ultrasound does not penetrate. So for open areas, fields, etc. it will be heard up to 75 feet away and effectively protect up to 5,000 sq/ft. The audible sound is quite loud and can be heard up to 300 feet away.

MOTION DETECTOR RANGE:  This setting is adjustable with the highest setting (30) enabling it to pick up movement 50 feet away (animal size will impact performance as explained below so plan accordingly based on your target animal).

Repeller Settings

Repeller Settings

HOW TO CONFIGURE THE SETTINGS:  This unit has many options and settings. See below for the recommended setting for your target animal. The following is a brief explanation of how each setting will control the unit.

OPERATING TIME SLIDER:   Use this to configure the unit to be active any time of the day, during the night only or during daylight hours only.

ULTRASONIC SETTINGS:  By default, the unit will always a band of ultra sound when activated. Use this switch to control determine if the unit should only go off based on motion or if you want to be always on (this would be the "Constant" position). The "Cont. Sweep" means it will use both ultra sound and audible sounds when activated. When set to "always on", the unit will be active for 20-30 seconds and then turn off for 20-30 seconds. The is the normal pattern of on/off action for this setting. During this time, the unit will release a range of ultra sound to go off so the frequency won't always be the same. When set to "Cont. Sweep", there will be even more of a difference in sound range as audible sounds will be worked into the mix. For all settings, the lights will not flash consistently or in a pattern; is this very much by design to keep invasive animals on edge.

MOTION SENSOR SENSITIVITY:  Use this adjustment to control how sensitive the unit will be at detecting motion. It can be dialed down so it will only go off if the target animal is inside of 5 feet. The "maximum" or most sensitive setting will enable it to be triggered by animals up to 50 feet away (this will depend on the size of the animal and how high the unit is off the ground. Small units won't be "seen" as far away as large animals and if the device is only a few inches off the ground, it won't be able to detect motion at its maximum range).

SONIC VOLUME:  Use this control if you would like to add sound when repelling animals. In most cases outside, this will help. When using in the home, you many want to keep the sound turned all the way down which means you won't hear it at all. For repelling most animals in the home, the sound will not be recommended though using it can be helpful if you wanting to "hear" when animals or some kind of movement is detected by the machine.

FREQUENCY SETTING:  This control has the yellow top on the button and will allow you to turn it 180 degrees from left to right. The best position for your target animal will be listed below.

DC INPUT CONNECTION:  Plug in your AC power supply to this port if powering the unit with the included power supply.

BATTERY COMPARTMENT:  Insert 4 "C" cell batteries to this compartment taking care to point them in the right direction. And remember that once the unit has batteries, it will automatically turn on and be active unless you use the wireless remote to place it in standby mode!

DEVICE SIZE:   6.5" wide by 5.5" tall by 3.5 inches deep.

Use a flat head screwdriver to gently pull away the cover from the housing so it can slide over it smoothly.

As a last resort, you can also use a flat head screwdriver to gently "pry" the lip of the tupperware cover outward so it can slide over the housing.

Use your thumb to firmly press the sides of the device inward so the "tupperware" cover will slide on and seal properly.

REPLACING BACK COVER:  This unit is considered "weatherproof". Its not water proof so you must keep it above water when placed in the yard. The back cover fits like a tupperware cover and effectively seal the back where all the control buttons and electronic board is housed. This cover is meant to fit tight so when replacing it after making your desired settings, take care to properly affix it slowing by starting on the top two corners first. Next, slide the sides over the side housing and work both sides down leaving the corners loose until you set the mid section of the bottom. The plastic housing if flexible enough so you can press firmly on it to bend it just enough to fit inside the plastic edge of the cover. Push one corner on this way and then the second corner. You can also use a flat head screwdriver to gently bend the lip of the cover out a slight bit so it will slide over the housing. This should not be needed as long as you are strong enough to bend the edge of the unit inside the cover width. Also, seasonal temperatures can affect the way the unit fits due to humidity, temperatures, etc. Once the cover has been replaced a couple of times, it will go off and on easily.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDED SETTINGS:  The following are recommended settings and can be altered as needed.

Armadillo:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit with batteries. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Badger:   Set Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and keep them away. But if they have been super active around your property, set the on/off to "constant" for the first week and plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter. This will cause them to track elsewhere and eventually forget your land. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Barn Swallows:   You have two setting that will work on swallows targeting the side of your home. The first setup is for when you have access to power and can keep the unit powered by the included power supply. In this case, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Keep the unit pointed at the side of your home where they're active and this should protect it when positioned on the ground directed where they land. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up.

The second setting is for when they're targeting a small area and you need to rely on batteries to power the unit. Set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "40-60" and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. This will work immediately and if they ever return, it will promptly chase them away again when triggered. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up too so you can position units where needed.

Bats (inside attic):   Set Operating Time to "24 Hr", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0-20". Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter.

Bats (outside):   Set Operating Time to "night", on/off to "constant",  Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the ultra sound and LED going off all the time is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Bear:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using batteries. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Beaver:   Beaver are super sensitive to this device and both "always on" or "motion detector" power options will work at keeping them away. There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have a stand of trees you want to protect and the trees are thick, you're probably best served by keeping the unit "always on". This will ensure beaver won't approach since they'll near the unit from afar and stay clear of the protected area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity not important since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 2-3 feet off the ground using a tree or our mounting block on a stake.

Now if you have a stand of trees you want to protect which are accessible from several areas, not too thick and on a fairly flat area, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used as a way to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. When used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume up to "60-80" at least. Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them enough to keep them away for good. Be sure to keep units 2-3 feet off the ground mounting them on trees or using our Mounting Blocks for best results.

Birds:   You have two setting that will work on any bird targeting the side of your home or out in the yard. The first setup is for when you have access to power and can keep the unit powered by the included power supply. In this case, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Keep the unit pointed at the side of your home where they're active and this should protect it when positioned on the ground directed where they land. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up.

The second setting is for when they're targeting a small area and you need to rely on batteries to power the unit. If you can locate the machine close to this area, you can set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "40-60" and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. For controlling birds in small areas, this will work immediately and when they return, it will promptly chase them away when the unit is activated. This is ideal for front porches, decks, garages, etc. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up too as it will allow you to set up units atop 1/2" steel or plastic stakes in the yard placed where the repeller will be most effective.

Bobcat:   Bobcat are super sensitive to this device and either "always on" or "motion detector" will work at keeping them away. There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have bobcat in an area and want to ensure they forage away from your property to avoid conflict with kids or pets, running always on and keeping units along entry points directed away from where you will be active can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Now if you have bobcat coming around to a specific area, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and only be needed 1-2. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Canada Geese:   You have two settings that will work on Canada geese hanging around the yard or your ponds. The first configuration will provide the most "power" and keep them away for areas up to 5,000 sq/ft. For this to work, you need to run the unit using the included power supply. If the geese are active during the day, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity will be "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  The ultra sound going off all the time is a strong deterrent and geese hearing the sound will stay out of the yard.

The second configuration will work if you need to power the unit by batteries. For this to work, you'll need to use the motion detector since the batteries will go dead in no time if the unit is always going off. So the proper setting for the unit when powered by batteries is to se the Operating Time to "day", the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when geese come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set as high as possible (40-60 is good, 80 even better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. When geese get close and trigger the unit, it will frighten them big time and in most cases, prevent them from ever returning.

Chipmunks: Ideally, you should run it continuously if possible. If you can, then set Operating Time to "day", on/off to "constant", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the ultra sound and LED going off all the time is a strong deterrent to chipmunks and will keep them out as long as the unit is turned on. Be sure to keep it about 1 foot off the ground for the best results.

If you do not have access to a plug and must rely on motion detection and "C" cell batteries, set the Operating Time to "Day", the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound volume as high as possible like "80+" (as long as this is not a problem for people in living nearby). Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.

Cougar:   Cougar are super sensitive to this device and either "always on" or "motion detector" will work at keeping them away. There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have cougars in an area and want to ensure they forage away from your property to avoid conflict with kids or pets, running always on and keeping units along entry points directed away from where you will be active can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for best coverage.

Now if you have cougar coming around to a specific area, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and only be needed 1-2 times to have a great impact. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for best coverage.

Coyote:   Set Operating Time to "night" and Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80". Set the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will keep them away. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Deer:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using batteries. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Dogs:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your target dogs are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away but you may have reason to keep the unit on all the time. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Ducks:   You have two settings that will work at repelling ducks from your yard or dock. The first configuration will provide the most "power" and keep them away for areas up to 5,000 sq/ft. For this to work, you need to run the unit using the included power supply. If the ducks are active during the day, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity will be "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  The ultra sound going off all the time is a strong deterrent and ducks hearing the sound will stay out of the yard. Now if they're coming around day or night, set the Operating Time to "24 hrs".

The second configuration will work if you need to power the unit by batteries. For this to work, you'll need to use the motion detector since the batteries will go dead in no time if the unit is always going off. So the proper setting for the unit when powered by batteries is to se the Operating Time to "24 hr", the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when geese come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set as high as possible (40-60 is good, 80 even better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. When ducks get close and trigger the unit, it will frighten them big time and in most cases, prevent them from ever returning.

Feral Cats:   You can repel cats from the yard by keeping the unit always on using the included AC power supply or by powering it with batteries set to motion sensor. When using the included AC power supply, set the Operating Time to "24 HR" and Ultrasonic to "constant".   The Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Volume should be turned all the down (to the left). Set the Frequency (yellow knob) to the middle. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

When relying on the motion sensor powered by batteries, set the Operating Time to "24 HR" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "0". The frequency (yellow knob) should be right in the middle. Just remember the range of the motion sensor is 30 feet so you should plan on having enough units in place to properly protect the yard. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Flying Squirrels (inside attic):   Set Operating Time to "24 Hr", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0-20" if this is not a problem for people in living areas. Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Flying Squirrels (outside home):   Set Operating Time to "Night", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0". The Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Fox:   Set Operating Time to "night" and Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80". Set the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will keep them away. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Grackles:   You have two setting that will work on grackles using your home for nesting, roosting, etc. They will also work to chase away grackles roosting or perching in trees out in the yard. The first setup is for when you have access to a wall outlet and can keep the unit powered by the included power supply. In this case, set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "N/A" since the unit will always be on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0" and the Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Keep the unit pointed at the side of your home where they're trying to nest or roost like on gutters, ledges or decks. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up when placing units on the ground.

The second setting is for when you need to rely on batteries to power the unit. So when using batteries to power the unit, you'll need to rely on the motion detector to trigger it on. You'll want to set Operating Time to "day", the Ultrasonic switch to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "40-60" DB's and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. For controlling birds roosting on trees or power lines, the unit will scare them away immediately when triggered on. This setup is ideal for front porches, decks, garages, etc too so it will work just as well compared to running them all the time. The difference is that when you run them all the time, grackles will hear the sound from afar and never come close. But when you rely on the motion detector, approaching animals will have no clue the device is around so expect to see some grackles come around until they learn what will happen. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up too as it will allow you to set up units atop 1/2" steel or plastic stakes in the yard placed where the repeller will be most effective.

Groundhogs:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your chucks are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. Remember, using the included power supply with the power always on will enable the unit to cover the most area as possible. But if you don't have a nearby outlet for power, use batteries and understand the motion sensor will only trigger when target animals come to within 30 feet of the unit. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle regardless of the power option and in general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away and out of the yard for good. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Ground Squirrels:   Set Operating Time to "day", on/off to "constant",  Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the ultra sound and LED going off all the time is a strong deterrent to ground squirrels and will keep them out as long as the unit is turned on. Be sure to keep it 1 foot off the ground for the best results.

If you do not have access to a plug and must rely on motion detection and "C" cell batteries, set the Operating Time to "Day",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound volume as high as possible like "80+" (as long as this is not a problem for people in living nearby). Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.

Gulls:   You have two settings that will work on unwanted gulls hanging around your dock or pier. The first configuration will provide the most "power" and keep them away for areas up to 5,000 sq/ft. For this to work, you need to run the unit using the included power supply. If the gulls are active during the day, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity will be "N/A" since it will be always on. Typically they'll accumulate during the night so you will most likely need to set the unit to "night" or "always" on if they can show up anytime. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  The ultra sound going off all the time is a strong deterrent and gulls hearing the sound will stay away for good.

The second configuration will work if you need to power the unit by batteries. For this to work, you'll need to use the motion detector to turn it on (trigger it) since the batteries will go dead in no time if the unit is set to "always on". So the proper setting for the unit when powered by batteries is to se the Operating Time to "night" (assuming this when the gulls come around), the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when gulls come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set as high as possible (40-60 is good, 80 even better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. When the gulls get close and trigger the unit, it will frighten them big time and in most cases, prevent them from ever returning.

Heron:   You have two settings that will work on herons hanging around ponds, lakes, streams or in the yard stealing fish from your koi pond. The first configuration will provide the most "power" and keep them away for areas up to 5,000 sq/ft. For this to work, you need to run the unit using the included power supply. If you're heron is active during the day, set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity won't matter since the unit will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  The ultra sound going off all the time is a strong deterrent and herons hearing the sound as they get near will keep flying and not land.

The second configuration will work if you need to power the unit by batteries. For this to work, set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when herons come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set as high as possible (40-60 is good, 80 even better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. When herons get close and trigger the unit, it will frighten them big time and in most cases, prevent them from returning. For large bodies of water, line the shore with units pointed in areas where you've seen them active.

**  In some cases, heron will hang around ponds throughout the night. If you suspect you have this happening, configure the unit to be on 24 hours a day. **

Javelina  (Havelina):   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Volume set to "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter for at least two weeks and then running it on batteries using the "Motion Sensor" will generally work thereafter. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Marmots:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your target marmots are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away and out of the yard but you may have reason to keep the unit on all the time. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Mice (inside attic or crawl space):   Set Operating Time to "24 Hr", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0-20" if this is not a problem for people in living areas. Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off  and the constant ultra sound pumped out is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Mice (in living spaces):   Set Operating Time to your needs. In general, setting up a single machine per room to "24 HR" and the Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0" since the ultra sound alone will be enough to drive them out of living spaces. Use the include wireless key to turn the unit on/off as needed when not in the rooms where machines are deployed. Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off  and the constant ultra sound pumped out is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Mice (outside):   You have two options when repelling mice and other rodents outside around the home. If possible, set the unit to be always on during the night using the included power supply. When used this way, set the Operating Time to "Night", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0". The Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the left.

If you need to power units with batteries, set the Operating Time to "night", the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80" (this can be lowered if its too loud.  The Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the left. Keep the unit about 1 foot off the ground. Using a Mounting Block is highly suggested for this installation so units can be placed where needed.

Mink:   Mink are super sensitive to this device and either "always on" or "motion detector" settings will work at keeping them away.

There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have mink in an area and want to ensure they forage away from your property to stop them from eating fish or birds, running the unit always on and keeping units along entry points directed away from where you will be active can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results. Mink are mostly active at night so running them during the day should not be needed.

Now if you have mink coming around to a specific area targeting a pond or chicken coop, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and only be needed 1-2. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Moose:    Moose can be repelled by running the device all the time or by relying on the motion activated sensor. In general, running it all the time will keep them away since they will hear it long before they ever get close to the unit. When used this way, you'll get a good 75 of protection if not more. If you can keep it always on, use the included power brick and set the operating time to "night", the Ultrasonic switch to "Always On",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity would be N/A since it will be running all the time and the Sonic Volume should be set to "0". The Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the left. Be sure to keep it 4-5 feet off the ground for the best results.

When powering the unit with batteries, set the Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". The Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the left pointing at the word "Deer".  You'll need 4 "c" cell batteries to keep it running and ready to turn on when activated.

Mountain Lion:   Mountain Lion are super sensitive to this device and either "always on" or "motion detector" will work at keeping them away. There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have mountain lions in an area and want to ensure they forage away from your property to avoid conflict with kids or pets, running always on and keeping units along entry points directed away from where you will be active can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 3-4 feet off the ground for the best results.

Now if you have mountain lion coming around to a specific area, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and only be needed 1-2. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Muskrat:   Muskrat are sensitive to this device and will stay away from protected zones whether using the "always on" or "motion detector" setting. Ultra sound alone will usually work but when relying on the motion detector, using the audible sound too makes it extra effective.

If you want to keep a garden or yard muskrat free, running the unit always on and keeping units along entry points can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep the unit 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results. Muskrat are mostly active at night so running them during the day should not be needed but they will sometimes forage when its light so adjust the settings as needed.

For muskrat coming to a specific area targeting a garden, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume as high as possible. 30-60 is good; "80-100" even better but it will be quite loud. Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection will scare them away just once and will usually never return. Be sure to keep to keep the unit 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Otter:   Otter are super sensitive to this device and either "always on" or "motion detector" settings will work at keeping them away. There isn't a real "best" setting as each scenario will maybe suggest one setting over another. So if you have otter in an area and want to ensure they forage away from your property to stop them from eating fish or birds, running the unit always on and keeping units along entry points directed away from where you will be active can be effective. If used this way, set the Operating Time to either "Night" or "24Hr". The Ultrasonic setting would be "constant" and the Motion Sensitivity N/A since the unit would be on all the time. Keep the sonic volume set at zero and the Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Now if you have otter coming around to a specific area targeting a pond or chicken coop, using the motion detector setting could prove more effective. This would allow you to set the audible sound up high to 80-100 so when the unit was activated, it will really scare them. Plus this sound can often times be used to alert you that something has set it off so you know to inspect the area. If used this way, set the Operating Time to "night" and the Ultrasonic to "motion sensor". The Motion Sensor Sensitivity should be on "30" and the Sonic Volume at "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection only will scare them away and only be needed 1-2. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Porcupine:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80" if not higher. Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using batteries. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Prairie Dogs:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your target prairie dogs are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to a high level level when machines are deployed in commercial environments. For residential settings, keep the audible sound low to off by dialing the volume to the far left. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle "rodent" setting. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

To expel and chase away animals already nesting in your yard, plan on running the unit for two weeks straight powered by the included power brick. After two weeks, you can use them powered by batteries and set to "motion detector". But if they return, run the machines 24 hours a day to keep target animals away for good. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Rabbit:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit with batteries. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Raccoon:   Set Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using batteries. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Rats (inside attic or crawl space):   Set Operating Time to "24 Hr", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0-20" if this is not a problem for people in living areas. Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off  and the constant ultra sound pumped out is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Rats (in living spaces):   Set Operating Time to your needs. In general, setting up a single machine per room to "24 HR" and the Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0" since the ultra sound alone will be enough to drive them out of living spaces. Use the included wireless key to turn the unit off/on as needed when not in the rooms where machines are deployed. Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the right.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off  and the constant ultra sound pumped out is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Rats (outside home):   You have two options for outside use around the home. If possible, set the unit to be always on during the night using the included power supply. When used this way, set the Operating Time to "Night", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0". The Frequency (yellow knob) should be mostly to the left.

If you need to power units with batteries, set the Operating Time to "night", the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80" (this can be lowered if its too loud.  The Frequency (yellow knob) should be almost all the way to the left. Keep the unit about 1 foot off the ground. Using a Mounting Block is highly suggested for this installation so units can be placed where needed.

Rock Chucks:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your target rock chucks are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away and out of the yard but you may have reason to keep the unit on all the time. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Seagulls:   You have two settings that will work on unwanted gulls hanging around your dock or pier. The first configuration will provide the most "power" and keep them away for areas up to 5,000 sq/ft. For this to work, you need to run the unit using the included power supply. If the gulls are active during the day, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity will be "N/A" since it will be always on. Typically they'll accumulate during the night so you will most likely need to set the unit to "night" or "always" on if they can show up anytime. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  The ultra sound going off all the time is a strong deterrent and gulls hearing the sound will stay away for good.

The second configuration will work if you need to power the unit by batteries. For this to work, you'll need to use the motion detector to turn it on (trigger it) since the batteries will go dead in no time if the unit is set to "always on". So the proper setting for the unit when powered by batteries is to se the Operating Time to "night" (assuming this when the gulls come around), the Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when gulls come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set as high as possible (40-60 is good, 80 even better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. When the gulls get close and trigger the unit, it will frighten them big time and in most cases, prevent them from ever returning.

Skunk:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your target skunks are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle. In general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away and out of the yard but you may have reason to keep the unit on all the time. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Squirrels (Gray)(inside attic):   Set Operating Time to "24 Hr", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Sound volume at "0-20" if this is not a problem for people in living areas. Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the LED light going off  and the constant ultra sound pumped out is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Squirrels (Gray)(outside in the yard):   Set Operating Time to "day", on/off to "constant",  Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the ultra sound and LED going off all the time is a strong deterrent to these animals.

Swallows:   You have two setting that will work on swallows targeting the side of your home. The first setup is for when you have access to power and can keep the unit powered by the included power supply. In this case, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Keep the unit pointed at the side of your home where they're active and this should protect it when positioned on the ground directed where they land. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up.

The second setting is for when they're targeting a small area and you need to rely on batteries to power the unit. Set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 40-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "40-60" and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. This will work immediately and if they ever return, it will promptly chase them away again when triggered. We highly recommend getting our mounting block for this set up too so you can position units where needed

Turkey:  Set the Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 30-50 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "20+" (meaning the higher the better) and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. For repelling turkeys in an area 5,000 sq/ft or less, this setting will work immediately once the unit is placed out. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Vultures:   Set Operating Time to "24 HR", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "60-80". Frequency (yellow knob) in the middle. Plan on powering the unit using batteries.

Wild Pigs:   When possible, power the units using the included AC power supply. When powering them this way, set the Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "constant",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on and the Sonic Volume set to "80-100". Frequency (yellow knob) almost all the way to the left. Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter for at least two weeks. There after, once the pigs have learned the sound will be constantly active, they will generally reroute their foraging in other directions and avoid your protected land. At this time you can turn the Operating Time to "night", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor",  the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume set to "80-100" assuming you are able to continue running the unit via the AC power supply. But if you need to power the unit via batteries, set the Operating Time to "night", the Ultrasonic to "motion detector", the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Volume to "80-100" unless you can't use the sonic volume. In that case, turn that dial down to "0". The frequency volume should be set almost all the way to the left. Be sure to keep it 4-5 feet off the ground for the best results.

Woodchuck:   Set Operating Time to any of the 3 options depending on when your chucks are most active. If set to Motion Detector, set the Motion Sensor Sensitivity to "30" and the Sonic Sound to "80".  If set to "Constant", turn the "Sonic Volume" to the far left which will eliminate audible sound. Remember, using the included power supply with the power always on will enable the unit to cover the most area as possible. But if you don't have a nearby outlet for power, use batteries and understand the motion sensor will only trigger when target animals come to within 30 feet of the unit. The Frequency (yellow knob) should be set in the middle regardless of the power option and in general, using batteries and motion detection will keep them away and out of the yard for good. Be sure to keep it 1-2 feet off the ground for the best results.

Woodpeckers:   You have two setting that will work for Woodpeckers. The first setup is for when you need to keep them off and away from the whole side of the home. So for large areas, set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "constant" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity is "N/A" since it will be always on. The Sonic Volume should be set at "0". Frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle.  Plan on powering the unit using the included AC converter as the ultra sound and LED going off all the time is a strong deterrent to these woodpeckers. Keeping the unit pointed at the side of your home should be able to protect the whole side when positioned on the ground directed where they land.

The second setting for woodpeckers is for when they're targeting a small area. If you can locate the machine close to this area, you can set Operating Time to "day", Ultrasonic to "Motion Sensor" and the Motion Sensor Sensitivity "30" meaning it will activate when birds come within 30 feet of the unit. The Sonic Volume should be set at "80" and the frequency (yellow knob) should be in the middle. For controlling birds in small areas, this will work immediately.

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October 6, 2017

MANUEL DELGADO @ 3:18 pm #

I NEED THIS DEVICE
I LIVE IN MEXICO
I HAVE TROUBLES WITH BOBCATS

November 11, 2017

Ivo D. @ 11:42 am #

 

So far the unit seems to do their job for wild pigs. I would like to recommend your support. Each e-mail was answered in detail. Recommended product to my neighbors too. Thanks!

November 29, 2017

Judy arrison @ 2:30 pm #

We live on 5 acres in a rural area outside of Tulsa Ok. We have recently had a bobcat get into our outside chicken coop and kill 3 of our chickens. We have since seen it twice at dusk and once late in the evening. We have begun putting the chickens in their inside coop in the late afternoon to avoid any more mishaps
We don't wish to kill the cat but would like to permanently remove it. Animal control will not do this without an exorbitant fee. Would your ultrasound product be able to keep this or these critters away? Do u have recommendations from other customers that I could hear from? Would it interfere with the chickens when they are outside?
Looking to take care of this situation ASAP so hope to hear from u soon
And once ordered about how long could we hope to receive it?
Thank you

April 15, 2018

Semper @ 9:28 am #

 

Works areas at night where you don't have to have on during those day light traffic hours vulnerable to humans.

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