Rat Zapper 2000
Electronic Trap Kills Rats and Mice, even Squirrels and
Chipmunks with the larger battery pack.
The Rat Zapper 2000 uses a unique design to quickly kill any rodent that
enters. Works on 4 AA batteries, or get the Rat Pack for longer and more
lethal doses. This pack holds 4 flashlight batteries.
The Rat Zapper is easy to use, easy to monitor and easy to empty. To set
your Rat Zapper, place a small amount of dry pet food (or similar dry
attractant) at the rear of the trap. Turning on the unit, the red light will
first blink then stay on. This tells you that the trap is set and ready for
action. The Rat Tale is a 12 foot indicator strobe light extension, so you
can see if the trap is full without actually going to the trap. Useful for
places such as attics.
Place the trap against walls, behind appliances, in attics or other areas where
rats and mice frequently travel. Once the rodent enters the Rat Zapper, the
trap senses the presence of the animal and gives it a lethal electric jolt.
Your trap's red light (or the Rat Tale) will now blink, an alert that lets you
know you have a dead rodent in the trap.
Empty the trap by turning it upside down allowing the dead rat or mouse to slide
out. The trap will need to be cleaned from time to time. Turn the trap off
and wipe down the insides with a wet cloth. This insures that the contacts
are working properly.
The Rat Zapper is safer around children and pets than large snap traps and
rat poisons. They would get a nasty jolt from the Rat Zapper, but nothing
serious. Use the Rat Zapper indoors wherever you have rat or mouse
problems. This trap will hold the largest rat.
Rat Zapper Operating
- Place some dry bait (dry dog food works) in the Rat Zapper and let it
slide all the way to the back.
- Turn the Main Switch ON. The red light should blink to indicate all
systems are GO.
- Place the Rat Zapper on a flat surface against a wall. Remove other
traps or sources of food.
- The red light will be blinking (or the Rat Tale) when a rodent is in
the Rat Zapper.
- Remove the rodent carcass by gently shaking it into a suitable
- Turn the Rat Zapper OFF, then repeat steps 1 through 3.