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The Moultrie® Econo Plus kit incorporates an adjustable photocell dawn and dusk timer that allows you to choose light level for an evening feed cycle--up to 30 minutes before sunset. ABS plastic housing adds durability with an adjustable feed setting of 4-16 seconds. Hardware included. Runs on one 6V battery (not included).
Manufacturer model #: MFH-EPK.
this motor is working really good. The one I had on the feeder wasn't what they made out it to be. I have bought moultree products before and they all worked fine. So I'll stay with Moultree.
May 11, 2012
I had this unit for one year and it quit working about the time the warranty was up. Granted I never brought it in out of the elements, but isn't it supposed to be made for outdoor use? I have sent it back to moultrie along with a camera that has quit working. I guess I will find out how good their customer service department is. Word to the wise never lose your receipts. Don't ask me how I know!
December 2, 2009
plastic spinner and cone get chewed
I also had to change out the plastic cone & plastic spinner plate because the squirrels in SW GA eat them. Don't waste your time just get the metal ones!
September 6, 2009
I've been using this feeder trouble free for over 2 years. I had the old style feeder motor from Moultrie before that. It had the twist on cone that was a nightmare to get on and off when there was corn anywhere around. This design, though cheap, is very effective and works well. Like i said, it's been running for over 2 years without any problems. I wouldn't recommend using a disposable 6V, get a good rechargeable for about twice the price. From what i remember, the disp. battery lasts 2-4 weeks, depending on the quality of battery and temperature. A rechargeable will last up to 6 months, and even longer during the warm months.
November 28, 2007
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