Archive for May, 2014

How to Connect Transducers to Varna Stand-alone Repeller – VX & MX Model

Monday, May 26th, 2014

The Varna Standalone (VX & MX model) has an option to connect additional transducers to cover additional areas, false ceiling, false flooring. Please follow this video

RITZ – Car Sonic Rat Repellent Installation within Engine Bay

Monday, May 19th, 2014

The repellent has to be placed in sides where there is ample space to fix the repellent. Please make sure to face the repellent speaker facing the hood.

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  1. You can make use the clamp to change the direction of rat repellent, tie plastic tags to firmly tie the repellent.
  2. This Car has an insulation pad within the hood which absorbs the ultrasonic sound to some extent, so we recommend to stick aluminium sticker for initial days. This will help to reflect the sonic sound 100% throughout the engine bay.
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How to fix Ultrasonic Repellent to Car with Battery in Rear

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

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The Red Wire + of the Varna Ultrasonic Repellent clip has to be connected to Postive terminal located within the engine bay. (Please locate + sign within the engine bay as shown in the figure below –

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The Black Wire (negative) of the repellent can be clipped to any negative terminal bolt (metal) for earthing purpose.

The Green wire can be ignored.