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  • Product name: GH-191 PIR ultrasonic rat repeller
  • Product number: GH-191
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PIR (Passive Infrared) motion activated Animal Repeller is a safe and humane way to keep unwanted animals out of your garbage bin, garden or out of your yard; either indoors or outdoors.

To Install:

  • Install batteries: slide open battery compartment door and insert 4 “AA” alkaline batteries according to +/- polarity, SEE FIGURE 1.

     

    1. Mount to wall:  drive 2 screws, spaced as the back panel of repeller.  Screw head can pass through lower hole and slide up to hold repeller in place.  SEE FIGURE 2.  For best motion detection, the repeller should be located between 5 and 14 inches off the ground.
    2. Turn power switch to “ON” position.  SEE FIGURE 3 .  The PIR repeller is designed to be left ON continuously.



 

  • After turned ON, the LED light will illuminate for a few seconds.  Now, the unit is in stand-by mode. When the PIR sensor detects motion, the ultrasonic speaker and LED light will activate.  The ultrasonic speaker will run for 30-60 seconds.  After this, the repeller will return to stand-by mode.  SEE FIGURE 4.
  • For best results choose a location away from large objects such as trees or branches, as these can interfere with the ultrasonic signal and motion detection.


Specifications:
1. Unit dimension:        W 5 in. x D 3 in. x H 5 in.
2. Unit Weight:           8 oz.
3. Power Supply          4xAA alkaline batteries
4. Power Consumption:    Standby current: 0.8 mA
Working current: 22 mA
5. Frequency:             40,000 Hz
6. Coverage:              30 feet, 70°


Caution:

  • Allow the Animal Repeller to operate continuously for best results.
  • If storms are expected bring repeller indoors to avoid damage. 
  • If pets are playing near the repeller, turn the power “off”.
  • Do not immerse repeller in water.
  • Do not cover-up the PIR sensor.
  • To clean the repeller, use a damp-soft cloth and mild soap with water.  Do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning agents which may damage the repeller.
  • Always dispose of used batteries properly, in compliance with all local, state and federal laws.
  • Keep batteries away from small children, as they can become a choking hazard.

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