Turn your house into a pest repellent force field with this product's patented Digital Pulse technology! It creates an irritating environment for pests, driving them out of the house. There's no poisonous or dead bugs to clean up after, and the Riddex Pro Pest Insect Repeller will prevent future pests from entering the house.
How Does It Work:
Just plug the unit into an outlet and this technology starts working by altering the normal field around your wiring, creating an environment that aids in the control of rodents.
Green light indicates that the product is on, and should remain solid green at all times.
Red light indicates if the cycle is on or off. The red light will blink for 3 minutes and turn off for 3 minutes, the cycle will continuously repeat as long as Riddex Plus is plugged in.
Blue Light, push the button on top to turn on/off the night light.
How many will I need?
Manufacturer suggests using one unit for approximately 2000 sq. ft. An additional unit is recommended if square footage exceeds 2000.
How quickly will I see results?
The unit has its maximum effectiveness within the first seven days. Glue boards and/or traps may be used to help during the initial clean-up period. After results have been obtained, do not unplug ‚Ä?? the cost for continual use is minimal.
Plug one into outlet in central location. If two units are required, plug into outlet at opposite ends of home. The light will flash indicating the unit.
Suggestion For Best Results:
Take special care not to leave doors, windows, basement, or garage doors open as new rodents wander briefly before they are affected by the unit.
Take special care not to leave human, animal or pet food supplies in open areas, which can attract new rodents before they are affected by the unit.
Take secial care not to carry in new rodents when transferring food supplies, grains, animal feed, etc. from outside supply areas into the area where the unit is in use. During the initial clean up period, an increase in activity may be noticed.
This unit will not affect household pets, computers, or appliances (except hamsters, gerbils, rabbits or other rodent pets).