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Dome Mouser DMMZ1 Z-Wave Plus Smart Rodent Trap
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Dome
Source: The Smartest House
Purchase: The Smartest House
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April 29, 2017

The Basics:

At just under nine inches long, the Dome Mouser isn't much bigger than a typical glueboard or snap trap, so you should be able to use it just about anywhere you need to control rodent populations. The images below provide an overview of the device where you may have to use your imagination just a little to see the cat-like silhouette with ears and whiskers found at the closed end, a tail making up the handle, and what looks like hind legs towards the other end.

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The opposite end of the device is shown below, and this is where rodents enter (and hopefully never exit alive).

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The end that looks like the cat's face is actually the bait station, which removes rather easily by lifting it straight up. You then have a small compartment for placing whatever you want to use to attract rodents. Dome recommends a dry bait to keep things clean, and i will be going with pellet Chicken food that I know they like. The bait compartment is vented to the outside to let the smell of the bail waft around their environment, but the rodents will have to enter the Mouser in order to actually get to it.

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The entire top of the Mouser comes off, which leaves you with the main components shown below. The bottom is basically a compartment for the bait, electrocution components, and the unsuspecting rodent. The top has a handle with a button at one end, which is used to activate the electrocution components... The Z-Wave radio is always active while good batteries are installed.

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The top portion houses the four AA batteries that provide the power to the Z-Wave radio, as well as up to 50 zaps to kill rodents! On the underside of the top portion there is a "Connect Button" that is concealed while assembled which you will use for including the Mouser in your Z-Wave network.

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