Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap - Indoors 1000 sq ft (DT250IN)

Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap - Indoors 1000 sq ft (DT250IN)
Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap - Indoors 1000 sq ft (DT250IN)

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Product Overview

Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap - Indoors 1000 sq ft (DT250IN) is a portable indoor trap which will provide a perfect solution to your insect control problems. This trap is very effective on getting rid of mosquitoes and other insects including flies, pantry moths, and Asian beetles without using pesticides, chemicals, and without the need for zapping and buzzing, making this unit smokeless and pesticide and odor free. It uses a UV light and Titanium dioxide-coated surface that produces Carbon Dioxide (CO2) to attract insects. Once they are lured inside, the vacuum will quietly suck and trap them inside the compartment until they dehydrate and die. It also highlights an exceptional twist-on/off feature that will make sure insects cannot escape while the unit is turned off for cleaning. It is made of durable materials to guarantee that it can withstand all kinds of weather.

The DT250IN is easy to set up and weighs less than 3 pounds, making it very portable so you can conveniently take it from room to room. This is ideal for indoor use and can cover up to 1,000 square feet. This product comes with a 1 year warranty.

Features and Specs

Target pests Mosquitoes and other insects including flies, pantry moths, and Asian beetles
For use in Indoor
Pet safe Yes, when used as directed
Dimensions 5.9' Diameter x 12.5' Height
Coverage Area 1,000 square feet
Number of bulbs 1
UV Power UV light bulb (7 watt) - approx. 3,000 hours/4months
Voltage 7 ft. cord - 115 VAC (plugs into AC)
Color Black
Warranty 1 year warranty
Parts Included 7-Watt Replacement Fluorescent Bulb (1 Piece)
Fan Blade and DC Motor Ultra-Long Life Replacement
Retaining Cage
Shipping Weight 2.75 lbs
Manufacturer Dynamic Solutions (Mfg. Number: DT250IN)
UPC 043256282509


How To Install the Dynatrap

  1. Unpack unit. Save carton for off-season storage (if needed).
  2. Plug cord into an outlet or UL listed extension cord as described in “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS”.
  3. Hold the Power switch on the side of the revolving rotation door. Twist the unit to the “Power ON” position. When you hear a “click”, the machine is turned on. For best catch results leave unit on at all times, except when cleaning or servicing.
  4. Catch rate activity will be higher at night. For best catch results it is recommended to keep the unit away from competing light sources. Intended for household use only.



  1. Frequent cleaning will prolong the life of the unit, ensure fire prevention and provide for more efficient operation.
  2. Be sure to clean the unit once per week
  3. To clean, hold the switch on the revolving rotation door and turn it to the “POWER OFF” position. After hearing the “click”, the machine is turned off. Unplug the unit.
  4. For weekly cleaning, remove the cage by turning it clockwise. Remove any buildup from the inside of the retaining cage and fan with a brush (included).
  5. When replacing retaining cage, DO NOT press/push against the screen windows.



The light bulb life expectancy is approximately 3,000 hours (or about 4 months), and should be replaced regularly to ensure optimal UV effectiveness. Even though the bulb’s light may be visible to you, its ability to attract insects diminishes over time.

  1. Turn power switch to “off” position. UNPLUG UNIT, and allow bulb to cool before replacing.
  2. Remove retaining cage, and turn unit upside down.
  3. Remove the four screws securing the fan housing to the light housing. After removing the screws, gently pull the fan housing away from the light housing. Using a soft brush, remove dirt and debris from the light housing. Once the cleaning process has been completed, untighten the screw securing the base of the light bulb to the light housing. Slide the metal bracket to the side. Cover the bulb with a cloth to protect your finger and hand. Grasp the bulb (with your hands and fingers protected by the cloth) and gently pull the bulb from the socket.
  4. Remove any debris from the lamp socket with a brush before inserting the new bulb. Replace the metal plate over the base of the bulb and tighten the retaining screw.
  5. Align the screw holes in the fan housing with the screw holes in the lighting unit and tighten the screws to the base of the lighting unit.
  6. Replace the retaining cage at the bottom of the unit.

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Will the Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap work on large wasps (red wasps & mud daubers?)

The Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap is labeled for pests are would likely be attracted to UV light and CO2. Wasps would likely not go into this light.


We would recommend using the Trappit Wasp Bag Trap. Simply hang in a location which is away from people (e.g. the furthest corner of a garden) and leave for 4-6 weeks or until the bag is completely full of dead wasps. In hotter seasons, water can be added to the bag if it becomes dry to re-activate the ingredient. Once full, screw the top closed and dispose of in the ordinary waste disposal. The innovative entry system means escape is virtually impossible once inside.

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Will the Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap work on clothes moths?

The clothes moths don't seem fazed by light. How would a UV light attract them? Thank you!


There are some types of moths that are attracted to the UV lights inside of the Dynatrap Indoor Insect Trap. It is possible that the ones that are attracted to the light will go towards it and get caught.

For clothes moths, we generally recommend Propest Clothes Moth Traps. Do not use more than 2 traps in your home at a time. Using more than the recommended number of traps can make your home over saturated with the attractant and the moths will become confused and will not enter the traps.

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