Mosquitoes, rodents, cockroaches, and other insects are creatures that no one likes having around in their houses. If their numbers keep on increasing day by day because of ignoring the existence, then it could be a recipe for many diseases, besides damage to the house itself. Considering this fact, in recent times, many pest control and insect control solutions and devices have been introduced into the market. Using these pest control systems at regular intervals cleans off their colonies and frees your home from these messy and troublesome creatures. One such pest control device which is increasingly being preferred by many people around the world is the ultrasonic pest repeller. It is also known as an electronic pest repeller.
What is an Ultrasonic Pest Repeller?
At the outset, I would like to answer the basic question regarding what is an ultrasonic repeller? An ultrasonic pest repeller works by killing insects, rodents, and mosquitoes, by emitting high frequency or ultrasonic sound. These high tech devices emit frequencies that range from 30kHz to 55kHz, which is ideal to drive the pests insane. But how is it possible to kill all these creatures with the help of ultrasonic sound? Well, the logic behind this invention is that the high energy waves actually act as repellents to any creatures that come in its path. Human beings cannot hear these high frequency waves, however, these are very much audible to those tiny creatures. Mice, mosquitoes and rodents get irritated with this noise and therefore run away from your house. Unlike the traditional methods of pest control, ultrasonic pest repellers are quite reasonable, which means that everyone can afford to use them. Now there are different types of pest repellers. The range of frequency is the most important factor deciding the type of repeller. The type of pest repeller depends upon the type of insects you have in your home. The frequency needed to repel cockroaches and mice are different from the one required to repel mosquitoes.
The anti cockroaches app is quite simple: Choose between eight frequencies and start playback of the simulated ultrasonic sounds with a simple click. The frequency selection you should be sent to a tone that is barely no longer perceived by your ear.
Your friends will think your smartphone or tablet would play a right ultrasonic tone. This illusion is even more realistic by their sinusoidal oscillations during playback.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.