Why does the light sensor on my ChickenGuard not work?


Your light sensor is designed to activate your door over gradual light changes so that it does not open the door in a lightning storm or when car headlights pass by. It takes an average reading every 3 minutes to account for this; therefore, simply covering the light sensor with your hand will not activate the sensor. Also please note that if your ChickenGuard is positioned near a floodlight or street light, this will affect your sensor and you may need to orient it in a position with less ambient light.

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