|Design:||Regular||Time Used:||5000-15000 Hours|
|Pest Type:||Flies, MOSQUITOES, Moths||Application:||Attracting Insects|
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UV lamp for Electric Fly Killers
Most electric fly killers use UV bulbs to emit UV light. They contain a noble gas (like most light bulbs) and a phosphor – usually mercury – which is a substance that can create UV light in the right conditions. When an electric current is passed through the bulb, two things happen; the gas gets charged and starts to glow, which in turn excites the phosphor, causing it to emit UV light.
You might be wondering why you need to know all that complicated physics stuff, but it’s actually really important! Over time, the phosphor inside the bulb will degrade, and after about 12 months there’ll be nothing left of it. However, the gas inside the bulb will still glow that purply-blue colour, which can fool people into thinking it’s still giving off UV rays! This means you should replace your UV bulbs once a year, even if they seem to be working fine. If you don’t, your fly killer won’t be very effective – it’ll still kill any pests that happen to bumble into it, but it won’t actually attract them. Remember, UV light is invisible – just because your fly killer is giving off purple light doesn’t mean it’s working properly!
LED Fly Killers
If you don’t want to replace your fly killer’s bulbs every year, you’ll be pleased to know there is another way. LED fly killers are the next generation of pest control products – they use UV LEDs instead of normal bulbs. This means they come with a few big benefits.
No Need to Replace Bulbs
The LED lights in these fly killers don’t contain any phosphor so they degrade much more slowly. This means you’ll never need to replace them! They will die eventually but will emit UV light more than 10 times longer than traditional UV bulbs. This gives you a low-maintenance fly killer which is still effective after 10 years of use.
Electric fly killers are meant to be left on 24/7. It makes sense, then, to choose one that’s as energy-efficient as you can afford to help keep electricity bills low. LED lights use roughly half the energy of traditional UV bulbs while still offering the same coverage, which is good for you and good for the planet!
LED lights don’t contain any potentially harmful chemicals like mercury. This means that making them is much better for the planet!
|T4 2U 9W||9||220||0.141||54||365±5,353±5||5000||12||40±1||132±3||E27|
|T4 2U 13W||13||220||0.157||72||365±5,353±5||5000||12||40±1||162±3||E27|
|T3 2U 18W||18||220||0.168||84||365±5,353±5||5000||12||42±1||182±3||E27|