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The DX610 Pest-A-Repel is the best way to get mice out of the walls. Though the sound can not go through solid objects like walls, there a many air gaps that allow the sound to to be heard in the walls such as outlets, around door jams and baseboards, heating and air conditioning vents.

To determine how many of the DX610 mice, rats, rodent repellers you need for your home or business, check out www.electronicpestcontrol.net/electronic-pest-repeller/.

 

The decision is not as daunting as it seems. You just need a few points of comparison. Here is a list of considerations for you review.

(OUR STATISTICS FOR THE DX610 ARE IN BRACKETS FOR EASY REFERENCE)
  • FREQUENCY output. (40 – 45 K Hz) This is a highly effective output range. The auto-changing, high intensity frequencies and pulse sequences were designed to output at known auditory sensitivity ranges of pests, like rats, mice, and spiders.
  • SOUND WAVE ROTATION (uses variable sequences) This means that the rodents and insects will have a harder time getting used to the sound. It changes with different cycles and sequences. Most units have either no sound rotations or just one.
  • QUIETNESS (Ours is silent) Many of the other pest repellers have an audible beeping or constant humming that may drive you out of the house instead of the insects and rodents.
  • GUARANTEE (30 day $ back guarantee if you are not happy with the results for any reason) The majority of devices on the market today are sold by companies other than the actual manufacturer so they often do not stand by their products. We are a manufacturer!
  • SPEAKER (The DX610 has an angle of disbursement which maximizes sound bounce for wider coverage.)

The answer is Yes!
Check out these specific pages for things you can do to get rid of mice and rats from your home.
Get Rid of Mice
Get Rid Of Rats

Electro-magnetic repellers started appearing on the market just a short while ago. There are several brands that offer claims that their product changes the house wiring into a magnetic field that chases rodents and insects away. We have not seen any research that backs up these claims. Further, there is no evidence that electromagnetic energy does not have an affect on children, adults, or pets in some manner. Sorry, but until they are proven 100% safe, we will not be offering that technology to our customers.

Poisons:

Not recommended. Besides being potentially dangerous around humans, and pets, rodents can bring the poison back to their nest (usually in the walls) and die. The smell from the dead rodent is very pungent and can last for several months.

Mouse and Rat Traps:

Can be used in conjunction with the DX610 electronic rodent repeller if you want, but not necessary.

This is great question. “If I can’t hear the DX610, how do I know if it’s still working”

The DX610 has a small red LED indicator that glows when the unit is plugged in. There is also a soft pulse sound you can hear if you are close to the unit. You will also notice an absence of mice, rats.

 

The DX610’s electronic pest control repeller powerconsumption is rated at 1.2 Watts per hour for 110 VAC and 2.4 Watts per hour for 220 VAC. Keeping the unit plugged in for 24 hours a day, 30 days a month, 12 months a year, your total costwould be less than $1.50 for 110 VAC for the entire year (less than a large cup of coffee).

 

Every environment and application is different. For example, if the rodents are already nesting or if you have a very bad infestation problem, it may take a little longer. Some customers have had results in as little as an hour, and for others it took a little longer to clear their home of all rodents and unwanted pests. If units are on every floor, including basement, attic and garage, results will be faster. Once satisfactory results are achieved, we recommend that you leave the unit plugged in to maintain the results and to prevent the problem from occurring in the future.

 

Do I need a DX610 Electronic Pest Repeller for each floor and basement?

Yes. It is recommended. Though the DX610 electronic mouse, rat, rodent repeller has a higher frequency (45,000 HZ) than most other mice repellers on the market, we do recommend that you plug one into each floor for maximum performance.

 

In an ideal environment, the DX-610, whether for rodent control, rat or mouse control, can be measured up to a 2,000 SF space on ONE level. An ideal environment is one that the unit is not directly blocked by furniture, draperies, or any other object. The unit should be plugged into a wall plug that is unobstructed. Soft materials like carpets, furniture, draperies can have an impact on the total coverage. Each application and customer environment will differ slightly. We recommend that units be places on ALL floors, basement, attic, and attached garage

 

Yes. Households with rodent type pets such as gerbils, hamsters, or pet mice, should not place any sound wave devices in the same room that the pet inhabits.

 

Will rodents get used to the DX610 Electronic Pest Control Repeller? The DX610 uses different sound and frequency technologies  to make it more irritating to rodents.

The DX610 uses an auto-changing, high intensity frequency AND pulse sequence. Many rodents and insects will, in fact, either get use to, or not think it irritating enough to leave, if there is only one sound frequency (like many “copy cat”, and cheaper priced pest repellers on the market today).

 

 

 

The patented DX610, for rodent control, mouse control, mice control,utilizes advanced state of the art technology that works by transmitting a powerful range of ultrasonic sound waves in the 45,000 Hz range. The auto-changing, high intensity frequencies and pulse sequences were designed to output at known auditory sensitivity ranges of pests, like rats, mice. Why aren’t humans effected? Humans can only hear sound up to 20,000 HZ.