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Programmable outdoor ultrasonic repeller


First-ever ultrasonic repeller for EXTERIOR USE.
Unique “silent to humans” harassments get rid of birds for good.

Targets pest birds with unrelenting newest-technology ultrasonic waves! This powerful sound attack forces birds to leave for good, yet it is harmless to the birds and the environment.

Heavy-duty “surround sound”. Separate control box plus four powerful directional speakers (each with 100’ of wire) offer greatest all-around flexibility.

Easy Operation. 110vAC electricity, adaptor included.


• gas stations & eaves • hotels • small roof areas • open parking lots • open-air restaurants or food courts • park and picnic areas

Unique ULTRASONIC SOUNDS guard your property all day and night, like a silent security guard. Sounds move from speaker to speaker, delivering a constant, menacing multi-bird defense.

Coverage. 3600 square feet; 900 sq ft from each speaker.

Programmable. High, Medium & Low frequencies plus variations offer a customizable solution

#USX Ultrason X 110vAC unit  & #USX-220 Ultrason X 220vAC unit

Dimensions Control Unit 9” x 9” x 5”; speakers 4” x 4” x 6”
Speakers 8 ohms, 30 watts
Weight 15 pounds
Coverage Up to 3600 square feet
Power Requirements 110vAC (220vAC available)
Sound Pressure 95-102 dB (each speaker) @ 1 meter
Frequency 15-25 KHz
Compliance Supply power source is UL and CE listed.
EPA Est. 075130-OR-001

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