Summary:There is a misunderstanding here. Many people think that mosquito killer lamps are ineffective because mosquito killer l...
There is a misunderstanding here. Many people think that mosquito killer lamps are ineffective because mosquito killer lamps
cannot kill mosquitoes. In fact, whether it is an electric shock type or an air suction type UV mosquito killing lamp, it has the ability to kill mosquitoes, but whether it can kill mosquitoes is another matter. Whether the mosquito killer lamp can kill mosquitoes or not has two key factors, one is whether it has the ability to kill mosquitoes (this is definitely there, if you don’t believe it, you can stretch your finger to see if there is electricity, haha), and the other is whether it can attract Mosquitoes - attracting mosquitoes, this is the basis and premise of the effective mosquito lamp.
The reason why everyone responds that the mosquito killer lamp is deceptive and ineffective is that the mosquito killer lamp used is not effective in attracting mosquitoes and cannot attract mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are not in front of you, so what if you have the ability to kill mosquitoes? This is the same reason that Sora has nowhere to display his ability.
Seeing this, I think many people who have been bitten by mosquitoes after using the mosquito killer will know the reason. When you are with the mosquito killer, the mosquito killer is just a decoration, and you are still the target of the mosquitoes.
The UV mosquito killer lamp can't kill mosquitoes, or it can't attract mosquitoes.
Ultraviolet mosquito killer lamps are designed according to the phototaxis of mosquitoes. If they cannot attract mosquitoes, does it mean that there is a problem with the design principle of mosquito killer lamps? Are Mosquitoes Sensitive to Violet Light? This starts with the living habits of mosquitoes.