We are one of the leading manufacturers of ultrasonic Bird Repeller to our highly valued clients. It is an electronic device that helps keeping the birds away. It emits high-frequency sound waves that keep birds away, but are silent to humans. Ultrasonic frequencies are used to disorient, confuse and intimidate birds within the range. Bird Repeller is inspected on various parameters to make sure that no compromise is done with its quality and it stands high on effectiveness, quality and reliable usage.
This device automatically changed the frequency 1-60 times a second, assuring complete coverage of all the communication frequencies of birds, pigeons, bats, rodents and many other pests and make them not get used to the ultrasonic waves.
It eliminates birds by using electronic method which is more sanitary and economical than chemical posion method.
These remarkable units will not interfere with any electronic burglar alarms, fire or smoke detectore, radio, TV reception or other electronic equipments.
It emitted the modulated frequencies which sweep automatically from 20KHz to 65KHz that repulses birds.
Ultrasonic Frequency Response Table
Bird Repelling Zone
Plug into electrical source.
Set the SWEEP SPEED dial at 1-10. A red light indicates the power is on.
Adjust the frequency CONTROL knob to RODENTS / INSECTS range the sweeping frequencies are generated to eliminate these birds.
Set the CONTROL knob to BIRD range this should effectively repells Birds, Pigeons, Bats, Deer, Coyotes, Raccoons and other large wild animals. Use of Brid range.
It should be placed at least twenty feet above the ground or floor for the best result.
Do not place it on carpeted surface behind furniture, Draperies or other soft objects as they will absorb the sound waves. Coverage can greatly be improved if it is aimed towards sound reflecting objects (metal, glass, concrete, marble etc)
Order extra units if your plant or establishment is broken up with thick wall partitions which can inhibit transmission of ultrasonic sound. Order extra units if your plant has an open dock entry or exit-way where birds can gain access to premises.