GHOST HUNTING LIGHTS
Light Trigger Motion Counter
The Light Trigger Motion Counter is a great addition to your ghost hunting kit if you also have a laser grid or torch and are carrying out the “Flashlight Experiment”. The Light Trigger works similarly to a tripwire, in that it detects any changes in the light directed at it.
This includes detecting movement or any light anomalies which occur between this device and the light directed at it, such as from a torch. When it detects these changes, it will alert you and record the number of events for documentation purposes. This is a great feature as, throughout a paranormal investigation, you may be pulled in many different directions at once due to the unpredictable nature of events that could occur. You can therefore simply set the device up and leave it to work, all findings being recorded automatically on the device. When you return, you can see how many times it was triggered.
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The Light Trigger Motion Counter for ghost hunting can be triggered by either a person, or a paranormal entity moving through the area which it covers, or if the light source flickers itself.
- Works autonomously to detect any light trips or changes when combined with a laser or flashlight
- Alerts you by both light and sound when it is triggered
- Counts and displays the number of triggers recorded
- Compact, lightweight and easily portable
- 1/4 inch screw underneath makes it tripod mountable
- Rechargeable and can be plugged in for unlimited use
The Flashlight Experiment for Ghost Hunting
The flashlight experiment is widely used in ghost hunting and will bring an extra element to your paranormal investigation. To carry out the experiment, set yo your torch and Light Trigger Motion Counter as you would normally with the torch facing the device.
The Light Trigger Motion Counter will alert you to any changes in the environment. Therefore, you can leave it and if there are any changes, it will alert you using both sound and light. Once triggered, it will record how many times.
The Light Trigger Motion Counter works with any continuous light sources, regardless of light colour. This includes Ultraviolet light (UV) and Infrared (IR) lights.
- The range of the device is dependent based on the light source aimed at it. A small torch may only cover a few feet, while a laser grid may work well over 100 feet
- Light sensor is photocell sensitive
- Single-button for operation
- Battery is rechargeable by USB plug
- Device can be operational while charging
- Comes with sensor cap to protect device while transporting
- Product Size: 3.24 x x 1.5 x 2.25 inches
- Product Weight: 0.2lb
- Will last over 10 hours on a full charge
- Plug into a USB slot to charge and to use continuously
- Red Light: Charging
- Green Light: Fully Charged
- Charging fully takes 1 hour
- The device can be used while being charged
- Light Trigger Counter
- USB/AC Power Adapter
- USB Cable
- Protection Sensor Cap
Directions for use
The Light Trigger Motion Counter is incredibly easy to set up and use. First, put the device down and press the power button to switch on the device. Next, set up your light source and aim it directly towards the sensor. The small light on the top of the device will turn red, indicating that an event has occurred. Once the device has been triggered, the light will stay on for roughly one minute. If you are not within the direct vicinity of the device, you will also hear an audible alert, which will give you a minute to return to the room to check the Light Trigger Motion Counter. The buzzer is not loud enough to interfere with EVP audio being recorded throughout the investigation.
The Light Trigger Motion Counter also benefits from an LCD screen on the top of the device. This screen displays the count of disturbances so that you can adequately and easily keep track throughout an investigation. If you leave the room to go to a different area then return to check on the device, you can see exactly what has occurred while you haven’t been in the area.
The Light Trigger Motion Counter for ghost hunting can detect any changes in the light such as it turning on or off, getting dimmer or brighter and also flickering.