DynaTrap DT2000XL UV-Bulbs Mosquito Trap
Last updated date: July 13, 2021
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Update as July 13, 2021:
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This corded electric trap draws in and eliminates mosquitoes within an acre (43,560 square feet). By using a combination of UV lights and titanium dioxide coating to attract mosquitos and trapping them with a whisper-silent fan, this trap is designed to break the mosquito breeding cycle within six months.
In our analysis, the DynaTrap DynaTrap DT2000XL UV-Bulbs Mosquito Trap placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
The DynaTrap XL Mosquito and Insect Trap is the same trap you’ve come to depend upon with more insect-attracting power and extended coverage. Each trap comes with two UV bulbs that provide a powerful lure to flying insects while the extra-large size is capable of trapping more insects than ever before. The size of the trap isn’t the only extra-large update made as these traps now provide protection for up to 1 acre of your property. The DynaTrap XL Mosquito and Insect Trap was designed to be simple to use. First, a UV fluorescent bulb generates a warm light, attracting insects. Then a second lure, an exclusive Ti02 titanium dioxide-coated surface, produces CO2 that's irresistible to mosquitoes. Third, a powerful yet whisper-quiet vacuum fan sucks insects into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die.
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An Overview On Mosquito Traps
Mosquito traps come in a variety of sizes and types, from traditional electric grid “zapper” models to silent traps that use light, chemicals, heat or other lures to draw insects away from humans. Many mosquito traps also work on other pests, such as gnats or flies.
A popular type of trap uses hyacinthine light to attract mosquitoes. Hyacinthine light is a very specific range of wavelength (365 to 395 nanometers) within the ultraviolet range (100 to 400 nanometers), named for resembling the hyacinth flower’s natural color.
Mosquitoes primarily see in the wavelength of 395 nanometers (nm), so a trap using this light will result in a more efficient and targeted mosquito trap. If you select a trap that uses an electrical grid to kill insects, it’s recommended to get one with at least 4,000 volts to completely kill any insect it attracts.
Mosquito traps operate best at roughly 7 feet off the ground to ensure they are out of reach of children and still within range of low-flying insects.
The Mosquito Trap Buying Guide
- If you have pets or children, make sure to look for safety features on traps so that they can’t touch any electrical elements or chemicals used in the trap.
- Health codes for professional kitchens state that insect-trapping devices should be located away from food storage and preparation areas so that insect debris does not get into food. Even if you’re not running a professional kitchen, this is still a consideration when placing traps.
- Place the trap roughly 30 feet away from the area you plan to sit to draw pests away from you.
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