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Nite Guard Solar-Powered Night Predator Light, Model# NG-001

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The Nite Guard solar-powered night predator light is a maintenance-free unit that keeps nocturnal predators away from your birds, livestock and property. Product Style Repellent, Material Type Sealed temperature resistant plastic, Dimensions L x W x H in. 3 x 1 x 2, Power Source Solar, Removal Of Multi-animal, Single, Pair, or Set Single, Indoor/Outdoor Use Outdoor, Includes Auto on/off. Protects against owls, coyotes, opossum, raccoons, fox, bobcats, muskrats, bears, cougar, wild boar, mink and weasels
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Questions & Answers for Nite Guard Solar-Powered Night Predator Light, Model# NG-001

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Will Nite Guard keep ducks out of a corn field at night?

 
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This item is not designed to keep ducks out of a cornfield at night.
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Could the light be fixed to stay on and if so how many lumens is the light

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The light flashes only. The light can been seen up to a quarter mile in distance and the manufacturer does not have the amount of lumen the light is.
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I am having coyotes jump my 6 foot fence. The property is rather large, how many would I need? Are they to be equally spaced so many feet apart?? What height would they need to be placed on the inside of my property? 

asked 9 months ago
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To determine how many you would need you would have to figure out how much square feet you are trying to cover. Each one has a range of a 1/4 mile out and 200 feet wide. The manufacturer recommends mounting them at at least 4 feet high. There is a tab on the top of the unit for a screw so that it can be mounted on a post or stake.
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will it work on deer and how far away?

asked 10 months ago
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This item will work on deer and the range is up to 1/2 mile on a flat open surface.
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how often does the LED flash

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The light flashes twice every two seconds. The flashing begins at dusk, flashes all night and turns off at full daylight.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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Will this product keep racoons out of sweet corn??

Will this product keep racoons out of sweet corn patch??
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This will protect against owls, coyotes, opossum, raccoons, fox, bobcats, muskrats, bears, cougar, wild boar, mink and weasels.
answered 2 years ago
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It sure is keeping the coons out of my chicken coops.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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immyjay54
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I have an area approx. 50 feet long that I need to deter deer from getting into my flower beds. How many lights would I need ?

asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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DavesWife2
 - Aliquippa,Pa
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If the deer can enter this area from all directions 4 lights would be needed. It is recommended that the lights be placed on a post about 4 feet high with each light facing a different direction. The post containing the lights is also recommended to be moved on a weekly basis to keep the deer from getting used to the placement of it.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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rabbits

does this product work on night feeding rabbits
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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The Nite Guard Predator Light is to be used on animals that would be deterred by a bright light. Most rabbits are not afraid of light, so this would not work on most rabbits.
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