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Q: Is your door programmable?
I prefer a door the closes at sunset. Before predators come out to scavenge each night . I also prefer a door that will not open before sunrise. 4:00AM and 500AM in the morning is dark here our local predators are hawks, owls, raccoons, possums and an occasional big feral cat. That hour after dark isn’t safe either. Each of the local predators hunt while the sun is down
Exception of hawks they hunt day and night.
. I read the door opens two hours before sunrise and closes an hour after dark . That makes 3 hours out of 8 or nine that the hens have no protection as they can not see in the dark and are vulnerable.
I am assuming the door is not programmable .
If it is not programmable can I use an electric timer to give the unit energy in the only hours of our local daylight?
Or would I need to program it after each time the unit looses power? Would altering the electricity void the one year warranty or be a burden on the doors pier unit?
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A: this is a photosensitive model without programming. The door opens and closes according to the brightness of the natural light. If you alter the electricity, the warranty will be affected.
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