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"P3 International Animal Away Animal Repeller, Model# P7810"

Item# 168334
"High-pitched frequencies deter cats, dogs and other animals from invading your space. Great for keeping raccoons away from the garbage. The signal is inaudible to humans but animals find the signal uncomfortable and leave. Other devices emit a constant sound, but Animal Away saves batteries with its infrared motion activation. Material Type Sealed temperature resistant PVC, Removal Of Multi-animal, Single, Pair, or Set Single, Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor/outdoor, Product Style Repellent, Includes Infrared motion detection, Dimensions L x W x H in. 5 x 3 x 4, Power Source 9V. Saves batteries by utilizing a motion detector that activates the powerful 23,000 Hz signal only when an animal approaches within range Mounts on wall, fence or even wooden stake"
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How long does the battery last?

asked 3 years, 10 months ago
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Coonsinthefishpond
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The batteries in most cases last 1 month.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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Battery life is function of the number times the device is activated: if there's a lot of action, the battery will have a shorter life span. You could look at this shorter lifespan as a measure of the device's effectiveness in doing its job of deterring animals from the area in which it is deployed!
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 - Puget Sound, Washington
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