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New Bio-Acoustic Bird Dispersal Product Introduced

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UK-based Scarecrow has introduced a bio-acoustic bird dispersal product that is powered by renewable energy.

| November 30, 2009

UCKFIELD, East Sussex, UK — Scarecrow Bio-Acoustic Systems has launched Compact, a bio-acoustic bird dispersal product that is powered by renewable energy

Compact has been specifically designed for use in urban and rural environments and it is completely portable, providing up to 360-degree dispersal with the additional benefit of solar power capability to allow independence from all external power supplies. It can also be mains powered and can be wall mounted as a single unit or as a double unit on a scaffold pole for 360-degree output.

The product is an alternative to other bird control products. Often the use of Scarecrow’s unique bio-acoustic dispersal goes unnoticed by the general public in the vicinity, the company reports.

Compact can be used in areas such as food production plants, parks, warehouses, shopping centers and other outdoor urban areas. It can be set up to play when any bird movement is detected using infrared sensor technology. Using fully automatic and random play, it can operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without human intervention. Compact may be powered from 15-volt dc, 110V/250V ac mains supplies, or from a leisure battery, fully maintained by solar panels.

For more information visit www.scarecrow.eu.
 

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