The parcels are ready for sowing, you have received the seeds and plant protection products, the weather is good, everything is good to start sowing maize, sunflower, sorghum, peas...
Don't forget to check your AviTrac® bird repeller because predators are nesting. Crows, ravens and jackdaws will soon have plenty of mouths to feed!
In order to avoid any unpleasant surprises when installing your bird repeller on the field, and to benefit from the 3 weeks of battery life, here are the steps to be taken
- Check the general appearance (clean and dust if necessary)
- "Wake up" the module by pressing OK for a few seconds
- Scroll through the menu and read the data displayed:
• Alarm : Inactive
• Brightness : Inactive
• SD Card : Present
• Battery charge
Whatever the charge indicated, we advise you to recharge the AviTrac® battery before use (for about 10 hours).
Below, the plug to be used to connect the battery charger to the AviTrac® and a photography of the charger itself.
When the charger light is green, the battery is fully charged.
You can continue to set up the AviTrac® as appropriate:
- Activating the alarm or the brightness alarm
You should choose one or the other, as activating both alarms together may result in unwanted emissions.
- Setting volume
Maximum 15 = 120 décibels at 1 meter
- Setting the periodicity between each signals
We recommend a sound emission every 20 minutes, this is the default setting
- Choosethe start and end time of the sounds emission
Unless you have selected the alarm clock brightness
- Set thecurrent time if it is not already done
- Select the sounds repertories to be emitted
By following the advice given in the AviTrac® user manual
All that remains is to install the bird repeller on the field before the birds settle in peacefully!
Don't forget to connect the speaker cable to the speaker socket and close the window to ensure that the device is waterproof.
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