The most advanced non-lethal method of night predator control. A computerised varying flash with three colours meaning predators are less likely to get used to it. Nine LED bulbs projecting 360 degrees can be seen over 1km.
Set where stock are or near poultry pens, Foxlights appears as if someone is patrolling with a flashlight which keeps predators away with their natural fear of man.
A solar panel collecting energy stored in 2AA rechargeable batteries. The life of these batteries should be approximately three years. A USB port allows charging from mains, if required.