Predator Protection Against Nocturnal Feral Animals
Nite Guard SolarTM is a solar-powered flashing red light that, when positioned correctly, will repel night animals that could harm your livestock or gardens. Nite Guard SolarTM is based on scientific research and implies to night animals that they have been discovered or are being watched, which is their deepest fear and forces them to flee the area. Completely weatherproof.
Use the Nite Guard Solar to PROTECT:
Maintenance Free: Solar-powered, no batteries needed. Automatically turns on at dusk and off at full daylight. This weatherproof unit will last approximately 3 years with continual use.
Environmentally Safe: Sprays, powders, fences, dogs or traps are no longer needed. Nite Guard will not harm the predator, simply repel.
Actual Dimensions: 2 1/2" Wide, 2" High, 1" Deep
Mounting Instructions per Predator
Four lights mounted at least 10-14 feet in the air on a single post are required. Each light should face a different direction; North, South, East and West. Hawks and owls often attack from low tree limbs, so 10-14 feet will put the lights at eye level. If located on a hill, adjust the Nite Guards lower. If in a valley adjust lights higher. This is critical as the raptors may come in from above or below the lights in these areas.
For predators like raccoons, oppossum and skunk; put lights approx. 25 feet apart around your entire perimeter (all four sides of the area) and place them eye level to the predators approximately 10-12 inches off the ground. If the area has sides longer than 50 feet, more lights should be used on each side.
For predators like fox, coyote, bobcat, wild boar, mountain lion and bear; put the lights approximately 100 feet apart around your entire perimeter (all four sides of the area) and place them eye level to the predators which is approximately 20-25 inches off the ground. If the area has sides longer than 100 feet, more lights should be used on each side.
Four Nite Guard lights placed on a single stake 4 feet high, each light facing a different direction. Moving the Nite Guard lights and stake every 7 to 10 days is absolutely critical as it breaks the pattern that deer may get used to.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Any defective light can be returned to Nite Guard for up to one year after purchase.