Gilbert 605 Night Eagle Electrocutor Fly Light

Gilbert 605 Night Eagle Electrocutor Fly Light

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Gilbert 605 Night Eagle Electrocutor Fly Light is an ideal fly trap that eliminates the wildest night-flying insects. It is specifically designed to attract and catch insects that fly in large circular patterns. Comes with two 40-watt Osram Sylvania insect attractant lamps, nickel-chrome plated guards, a removable spring-locked catch tray for convenient emptying, six-foot 3-wire grounded power cord, and an automatic interlock switch. This high-quality fly light is made with aluminizes steel polished in anodized aluminum for color and additional strength. It is perfect to use at dock door areas of warehouses.

Features and Specs

Target pests Night-flying insects.
For use in Dock Door Areas.
Application Hang on the ceiling of dock door areas.
Dimensions 53 15/16" x 22 13/16" x 7 3/8"
Number of bulbs 56.50 x 27.00 x 9.50
UV Power 80 Watts
Voltage Standard 115v/60hz.
Material / Construction Anodized aluminum and nickel-chrome.
Special Features Has large grid to catch night-fliers that moves in large circular patterns.
Warranty Five Year Warranty (Excluding lamps only).
Shipping Weight 63.45 lbs
Manufacturer Gilbert Industries (Mfg. Number: 605)



  • Guard door (double nickel-chromed)
  • Spring-locked catch tray
  • Eyebolts
  • Six foot, 3-wire grounded power cord
  • Interlock switch
  • 2 Osram Sylvania F40/350BL (40 watts)

*Gilbert 605WD Wild Dragon is an option for trapping the tiny amount of richochet insects and microparticles that fall from the ceiling hung trap. It has a reflector back available for wall-mounting. Perfect for the most critical areas of a facility.

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