The Vector Plasma Fly Light is a wall-mounted professional light trap that utilizes two powerful shatterproof 36-watt UV lights and one glue board for attracting and killing nuisance flies. The Vector plasma is one of the brightest fly lights on the market with one of the fastest catch rates. Comes in a grill model or screened model. The grill model allows for easy inspection of the fly glue board, while the screened model hides the glue boards from view in more sensitive accounts. Replacement bulbs and glue boards are available. Includes 3 year warranty (excluding bulbs and glue). Measures 21" x 2.5" x 12.5" and weighs 6 lbs. It may be mounted on walls horizontally, vertically, or on a table top. Each flylight comes with 2 shatterproof light bulb(s) and 2 glue board(s) already installed.
Available in two models:
Grill Model# 20-1080 - Has a see-through grill making it easier to see and monitor the glue board.
Screen Model # 20-1083 - Hides the glue board from view.
Great price, light weght, easy to use and mount on walls. We now have 12 of them in our facility, very appealing to the eyes. Bulbs are easy to change which we have done several times on different units. I would recommend this product to others who need to control insects at there place.
The Vector Plasma Fly Light and any other fly light gives off a soft UV light that is meant to attract flies, but is not so strong that it hurts your eyes. Of course, it would not be smart to stare at the light for long periods of time.
Does the Vector Plasma 1083 Fly Light have to be wall-mounted, or is it okay for it to sit on the floor?
I need a fly light for a room that is all-windows, so we have to put the unit on the floor.
While the Vector Plasma Fly light CAN be placed on the floor rather than hung, you likely will get less control over the population. The best placement for any fly light is mounted 3-6 feet high on a wall. Also, if you are placing this in a room that is all windows, this will greatly reduce the effectiveness of the light as fly lights should be placed in areas where there are no other competing light sources. You may want to look at doing higher levels of fly control on the exterior of your building to reduce the overall numbers around the structure that would be trying to get in. Using products like Maxforce Fly Spot bait out of reach of children on the sides of building/walls or on nearby dumpsters/trash recepticals can help drastically control a population. You can also use a general insecticide like Tastar on any surrounding door and window frames, as well as any foliage of bushes or leaf surface around the structure where flying insects, or pests in general, may congregate.