Q : How does the mosquito trap work?
A : The mosquito trap works by sucking mosquitoes upwards into a holding pen. They are attracted to the lights at the bottom of the unit and get sucked up very quickly where they die from dehydration.
Q : Are mosquito traps effective?
A : Mosquito traps must be put higher than shoulder height away from other light sources so that mosquitoes can hone in on the UV light of the Trap. The purple light of the LED is irresistible to mosquitoes. Mosquitoes will follow the light before they bite.
Q : How do you get rid of mosquitoes?
A : Easy ways to repel them from your yard or garden.
- Use citronella products to repel them.
- Burn other essential oils full stop
- Put out a dish of soapy water.
- Use lighting that doesn’t attract mosquitoes.
- Screen or cover outdoor spaces.
- Grow some garlic in your yard.
- Use A mosquito trapping system.
Q : Are mosquitoes attracted to light?
A : Mosquitoes do not have a very good eyesight, so they need light to help them Hunt. Mosquitoes are not attracted to every kind of light. Yellow lights and red lights actually repel mosquitoes as they find it unpleasant. Purple UV LED lights attract them the most.
Q: How loud is the mosquito trap?
A : The mosquito trap has a very low noise rating of under 35 decibels. The noise restriction levels of nursing homes and Hospitals is 40 decibels. So this means that the mosquito trap is way below requirements in terms of noise restrictions.
Q : How high do mosquitoes fly ?
A : In general, mosquitoes that bite humans prefer to fly at Heights of less than 8 meters. Asian tiger mosquito have been found breeding in three holes over 13 meters above ground in Singapore. They have been found in apartments 21 stories above ground. You need to place the mosquito trap about shoulder height away from other light sources to be the most effective.
Q : Do mosquitoes have ears?
A : Mosquitoes do not have years, but they can hear. How? They detect vibrations and can discern different Frequencies by use of their antennae. Their hearing is so sensitive that they can hear the beating wings of other mosquitoes of the same species.
Q : Why do mosquitoes buzz in people’s ears?
A : The short answer: they can’t help it. Mosquitoes wings make that annoying bus or whining sound whenever they fly. When they Circle your head, looking for a place to land and bite, their buzz sounds louder whenever they close to your ear.