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Electric mosquito killer

Electric mosquito killer

Regular price Rs.1,099.00 PKR
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An electric mosquito killer is a device designed to attract, trap, and kill mosquitoes and other flying insects using electricity. Here's a detailed description of how it typically works and its key components:

  1. Design: Electric mosquito killers come in various designs, but they commonly consist of a housing unit, an ultraviolet (UV) light source, an electrified grid or mesh, and a collection tray or compartment.

  2. UV Light Source: The device emits UV light, which is attractive to mosquitoes and other insects. Mosquitoes are naturally drawn to certain wavelengths of light, particularly UV light, which mimics the light spectrum emitted by the sun and moon.

  3. Attractant: Some electric mosquito killers also use chemical attractants or pheromones to enhance their attractiveness to insects. These substances can mimic the odors emitted by humans or other sources that mosquitoes are naturally attracted to.

  4. Electrified Grid or Mesh: When insects are drawn to the UV light or attractants, they come into contact with an electrified grid or mesh. This grid is typically made of metal and is charged with high voltage, usually ranging from a few hundred to several thousand volts.

  5. Electrocution: When an insect touches the electrified grid or mesh, it completes an electrical circuit, leading to a sudden discharge of electricity. This electric shock incapacitates and kills the insect almost instantly.

  6. Collection Tray/Compartment: Dead insects fall into a collection tray or compartment located at the bottom of the device. This tray is removable for easy cleaning and disposal of the dead insects.

  7. Safety Features: Electric mosquito killers often come with safety features such as mesh or grilles to prevent accidental contact with the electrified grid, especially important in households with children or pets.

  8. Effectiveness: These devices are generally effective in reducing the population of mosquitoes and other flying insects in the immediate vicinity. However, their effectiveness can vary based on factors such as the strength of the UV light, the presence of competing light sources, and the specific species of insects in the area.

In summary, electric mosquito killers use a combination of UV light attraction and electric shock to lure and eliminate mosquitoes and other flying pests, providing a potentially more eco-friendly and chemical-free alternative to traditional insect repellents.

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