Using Electronic Rat Traps
An electronic rat trap is just goofy sounding. As a guy, I
naturally like things which involve a large level of
voltage, which makes the electronic rat trap a very
interesting idea. The only question is, does it work? Is
it actually viable as a way of eliminating pests. I've
dubbed the electronic rat trap the rodent electric chair,
and have found some interesting facts out about these
little devices that I think you'll find interesting. Enjoy!
Recently, my parents have had a great deal of trouble with
rats and mice. With large avocado trees and a deck where
mice, rats, and other vermin can live, we've seen a high
population of rats move into the neighborhood.
Traditionally, they've used rat poison as a means of
eliminating the pests, but this isn't really the best
option for most homes because rat poison can also kill and
harm household pets. That's the reason why I've been doing
research on a wide range of different options, one being
the electronic rat trap.
An electronic rat trap delivers a lethal 8,500 volts of
electricity, which is more than enough capacity for killing
large rats and mice, and for giving a nice jolt to any
living thing. I hope it's not harmful to humans :) Just
kidding, it's not. As a young person, I was enchanted with
the strange blue lights that zapped mosquitoes and other
airborne insects around buildings. Electronic rat traps are
equally as cool, and I definitely am eager to see one in
People will try all manner of tactics to get rid of vermin.
I remember as a child my parents used a plastic owl on our
roof, which didn't seem to work with rodents, but which my
dog was absolutely horrified of. The electronic rat trap
seems to be the ultimate, though fanatical, endeavor to
date for pest control. 8,500 volts! Are you kidding me?
It definitely seems a bit like overkill to me, but I'm no
The electronic rat trap gets its power from a battery,
though a solar powered version would be even more awesome,
though I'm not sure the sun would be a viable source for
8,500 volts of shock power :) I've searched but haven't
seemed to be able to find a solar powered one yet.
For some reason I haven't yet been able to determine, it
seems that urban regions are beginning to see a higher
infestation of rodents than before. As a landscaper on the
side, I continually come across yards that are devastated
by rabbits, rats and mice, as well as a few other critters.
Though I haven't been able to find the cause of this
recent infestation, many people are exploring their options
for pest control. I think one of the big factors with the
current infestation is that I live in an area that's had a
couple of recent fires. The outer hillsides have been
ravaged, which I'm sure is a factor that drives much of the
animal population into urban areas. Whatever the factor,
they're not going to be happy when they accidentally step
into an electronic rat trap and find 8,500 volts of power
introduced through a metal plate in the floor. Man, I'm
glad I'm not a rat.
About the author: Ben Mester is an author and an online marketer who likes to
write about interesting technological advances. For more
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