Ultrasonic Pain Field and Sonic Shrieking Shock Wave Emitter
Similar to the PPP10, but intended as a survey and experimental lab tool for determining feasibility of using on certain targets and conditions. Unit has more output but less range, with a wider angle of output.
|This item is assembled and ready to use.
It is also available as a kit with plans and all parts, requiring assembly.
Or as plans (paper or downloadable versions), with parts and assembly required.
The PSP60 is an enhanced PPP10 design with more output power, and also has a jack to plug in an adapter for running on wall power (includes 12DC/2AR wall adapter). Slightly larger dimensions at 8"L x 7"W x 11"H, with a front plate of about 7"x5"x1.25"
The PSP60 does not have a second "boost switch" trigger like the PPP10 -- it has a test tone, and a maximum output trigger, where the sound output is greater than the PPP10 with the boost trigger.
Ultrasound Protective Deterrents Are Non-Lethal and Highly Effective at Preventing Unwanted Encounters
This handheld ultrasonic gun has many uses. Its portability allows it to flush out rats and other vermin around areas such as silage bins, chicken coops, dumpsters, etc. It can be used as a survey tool for research with animals on the effect of this pain field, and serve to determine whether the user may want a more permanent installation and system to help control a problem. It can also be quite effective at deterring unwanted human encounters and home/auto intrusions.
Adjustable frequency is easily set for immediate reaction using audibly painful Sonic Waves or inaudible Ultrasound, or a combination of both.
Rental OptionThis item includes our Rental Option which allows you to try it and see if it works for your application. Purchase the item normally and if it works, just keep it and the sale will be finalized. If it doesn't work, return it within 30 days (in perfect condition please, or we will need to charge for repair and/or cosmetic work) and we will refund you everything minus the rental fee and shipping.