M1 Mosquito Killer Lamp
The M1 Mosquito Killer Lamp is a small and aesthetically designed trap that may be placed on table tops.
The traps are designed to be left on 24/7, to provide constant protection for you and your family.
Active attractants come in the form of a slow release cartridge which gradually depletes. Attractant cartridges are safe to handle and easy to replace.
Mosquitoes and other insects are attracted to the unit, and get sucked into the trap by a powerful fan. They are collected in a catch box, where they dehydrate and eventually die.
The traps come fully assembled, is lightweight, portable and easy to handle. They may be powered by either a standard electrical outlet or a power bank.
The M1 Mosquito Killer Lamp may be placed on a table roughly 90cm - 120cm (3 - 4 feet) off the ground.
The trap is primarily an indoor trap. No high-voltage parts are exposed where humans or pets may come into accidental contact
This trap is designed to be left on 24/7, to provide constant protection for you and your family
The trap uses several physical as well as natural attractants to optimally lure mosquitoes and other biting insects away from humans.
Lactic acid is the substance muscles produce as a by-product of exercise. Through sweat and perspiration, small amounts of lactic acid are released into the air, the scent of which also attracts mosquitoes.
Lactic acid is odorless in the amounts released by the trap. The attractant is contained securely in the locked base of the trap, so that children and pets will not come into accidental contact with it.
Octenol is a chemical contained in small quantities in human breath and sweat. It is odorless at the levels released by the trap, and like all our active attractants, it is stored such that accidental contact is minimized.
A large variety of insect pests are attracted to ultraviolet (UV) light, as a result of the structure of their compound eyes. Insects fly towards the light until they are sucked into the trap by its powerful fan.
The M1 Mosquito Killer Lamp is principally a dry, dehydration trap.
Insects which fly close to the opening will be caught in the fan's vortex, and are sucked into the catch box where they dehydrate and die. Mosquitoes are weak flyers, and are unable to escape the air currents in the catch box. The catch box will accumulate a significant quantity of dead insects after prolonged operation, and should be emptied periodically.