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Ticks live by sucking blood. They usually live in terrestrial mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Some species invade the human body. Ticks absorb a large amount of blood, which can swell several times to dozens of times when they are full of blood at each developmental stage. Ticks often have a certain selectivity in the host's parasitic parts, generally in the parts with thin skin and not easy to be scratched. For example, Ixodes persulcatus parasitizes on the neck, behind the ear and armpit of animals or people. It can not only bite the skin, but also be the vector of virus and bacteria infection. Ticks can carry many diseases, most important of which are Lyme disease and encephalitis.
Fleas are ectoparasites of animals or human beings. The largest and most common hosts are rodents. Dogs, cats or human beings are also the main hosts of certain fleas. Because fleas have no specific hosts, they can parasitize on all kinds of hairy animals, even hairy inanimate objects (such as carpets). Both sexes of fleas have the habit of sucking blood. When people are bitten, they often cause allergic reactions in local tissues and produce papules of different sizes. If the reactions are serious, they can feel itchy and intolerable. At the same time, they can also cause iron deficiency anemia. Fleas are important vectors, which can transmit a variety of important infectious diseases, including taeniworm disease, plague and Bartonella.
Ticks and fleas are difficult to cure in a short time, so preventive measures are particularly important. For people who like to keep pets, the prevention of ticks and fleas is the top priority. （Figure1 is Tick. Figure2 is Flea）
Ultrasonic wave (ultrasonic) is a kind of sound wave with frequency higher than 20000hz. The frequency of sound wave that can be heard by human ear is 20-20000hz. We call the sound wave higher than 20000hz as ultrasonic. Ultrasound is widely used in medicine, and the frequency of ultrasonic in medical diagnosis is generally 1-30 MHz (106hz).
The sounds humans can perceive have a frequency ranging from 20–20,000 hertz (Hz). While pets can hear ultrasound frequencies, 40 kHz is already over their hearing range.
Therefore, the human ear can't hear ultrasound, but some animals can, such as bats, dogs, mice, and some insects can also "hear" different frequencies of ultrasound. Theoretically, high-power ultrasound may affect the growth of insects. Ultrasound can generate heat, stimulate water molecules in the body, and cause imbalance in the body.
What’s more, the physiological characteristics of ticks and fleas were used in ultrasonic treatment. The auditory nervous system of ticks and fleas is very fragile and sensitive to specific frequencies of ultrasound. Specific frequency（such as:40khz） of ultrasound can make their physiological system disorder, restlessness, loss of appetite, and eventually gradually die.
Last but not least, it is an ideal method to remove ticks and fleas by using this principle, without adding any chemical agents, no toxicity and secondary pollution, and no harm to human body and pets in the home.
As a leading domestic smart sensor company, Manorshi Electronics took the lead in breaking the foreign monopoly and manufactured an ultrasonic sensor that specifically keeps away from ticks and fleas: MSO-P1040H07T.
The 40KHz ultrasound produced by this product can disrupt the auditory system of ticks and fleas, affect their growth and eventually kill them. Moreover, our MSO-P1040H07T has high sensitivity and sound pressure, less power implementation and high reliability, which is the best choice for many companies to design ultrasonic equipment for removing ticks and fleas, rodents and mosquitoes.
Ultrasonic sensor MSO-P1040H07T
•Transmitter: “T” mark on housing
•Compact and light weight.
•High sensitivity and sound pressure
•Less power consumption
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≥105dB (10V/30cm/sine wave)
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