Solar Mosquito Trap – Large Area Insect Control
Solar Mosquito Trap – Large Area Insect Control is finally a pest control product for agricultural applications and people with a large backyard. Fewer insects equal better quality products and happier outdoor times thanks to the Solar Mosquito Trap;
How it works
The outdoor solar insect killer will produce electricity with highly effective solar panels and charge the Li-ion battery. It will automatically work from Dusk till Dawn. The insect killer will illuminate at night time attracting insects to fly into the light and crash into the transparent board. The insects will drop into the below compartment filled with water and die. Need a product more specific to a large rural backyard: try our Outdoor Dominator Mosquito Trap.
Solar Mosquito Trap Process
- Strong LED lures insects into the Solar killer system.
- Insect crashes into the transparent board and then drop into the water. Smaller insects will also be sucked into the water by the fan.
- Insects pass through the funnel and drop into the water, where they drown.
- When the water level gets too high, the water will leave the bucket through the overflow holes.
How the operation indicator works
- Power Off: Press the RED button for 3 seconds to turn the power off. Red indicator and Green indicator is power off.
- Power ON: Press RED bottom. Red indicator and Green indicator flash. Then the Green indicator stays on or keeps flashing. When charging, the green indicator stays on; When not charging, The indicator flashes.
- Test: Press the green button, the LED light and Fan work at the same time. This checks to see that it is working. It will take 30 seconds before working.
- Charging. When the solar panel charges the battery, the Green will flash.
- Working. When the lamps or Motor working red indicator will remain on.
- Fault. When the motor or lamps have a fault, the red colour will quickly flash.
- Low battery. When the battery is low, the red indicator will flash slowly.
How to install the Solar Insect Crop Eliminator
Step 1: Place the bucket on the ground. Put some soil around the bucket.
Step 2: Fill the bucket with water
Step 3: Cover the holes with the net
Step 4: Put the top part on the bucket
Step 5: Use the screws to fix the top part and bucket together.
Solar panel Power: 13 Watt Solar panel
Quantity: 2 pcs Solar panel Total: 26 watt Battery: Li-ion 8800 MAH / 11.1V LED: UV LED 395nm
LED power: 5 Watt Fan: 8 inch
Motor: DC Brushless motor Motor power: 8 Watt
Fan Work time: 10 seconds every 2 minutes DC input voltage: DC12V
Solar panel size: 34cm x 32 cm
length x width x height : 65 cm x 52cm x 125cm
Bottom bucket volume: 160 L
Weight: 11 kgs
Water volume: 90L
“When we first got this trap in for testing last Spring, I provided one unit to my father. He placed the very large solar insect trap in his backyard. From the pictures below you will see that apart from catching many mosquitoes he took care of all the codling moths in the neighbourhood. Needless to say, he is very popular now because everyone produced the best fruit collection on their citrus trees for as long as anyone could remember. Furthermore, the contents of the big blue container provide a supernatural fertiliser for his garden” – great product. Andrew F – Pestrol Owner.