Agrilaser® Lite is ideal for repelling Canada Geese, Feral Pigeons, Wood Pigeons, Doves, Starlings, Seagulls, Crows, House Sparrows, Rooks and many other pest bird species.
The Agrilaser® Lite repels birds during lighting conditions of 20.000 Lux or less, which you can compare with cloudy weather. Birds perceive the laser beam as an approaching physical danger and fly away in search for safer grounds. Laser classification 2M Colour of laser beam Green Maximum range during 500 Lux light conditions 2,500 meters Maximum range during 10,000 Lux light conditions 1,000 meters Maximum range during 20,000 Lux light conditions 100 meters Battery life 150 minutes
Content Agrilaser® Lite, storage box, 2x rechargeable CR123A batteries, Battery charger, lens protection cap
Dimensions 195 x 25 mm Operating temperature -10ºC to +45ºC.
Unlike conventional methods of bird deterrence, there will be no habituation effect. After consistent use birds will perceive the area as unsafe and will not return. Agrilaser® uses green laser technology with a reach of more than 2,500 meters. Unlike conventional methods of deterrence, birds will not get used to the laser beam of the Agrilaser®. The Agrilaser® Lite is most effective during sunrise and sunset and in overcast, rainy or foggy weather conditions Agrilaser Lite is an excellent tool for routing unwanted birds from inside buildings such as warehouses, factories, stables, barns and hangars. Do not point the device upwards, only point it at the ground Do not point the device at aircraft or within the vicinity of an airfield without prior autorisation from the Civil Aviation Authority or your local aviation governing body. Do not point device at reflective surfaces. Do not point the device at vehicles. Do not point the device at buildings, especially windows and doors. Do not point the device at persons or non-target animals, especially avoiding the eyes. Do not use the device for any other purpose other than for repelling birds. To only use the device for repelling birds in accordance with applicable local wildlife control legislation