Daylight Basking Spot

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  • Broad-spectrum daylight spot lamp for terrariums
  • Creates a basking area for thermoregulation
  • Increases ambient air temperature
  • Stimulates breeding behavior through UVA rays
  • Can be combined with Daytime Heat Lamp or Night Heat Lamp for a 24-hour cycle

A broad-spectrum daylight spot lamp with a Neodymium sleeve. The spectrum is ideal for plant’s photosynthesis and the UVA (ultraviolet A) light contributes to reptiles’ physiological well-being. The spot allows one to direct the heat and light in a certain direction to create basking sites in the terrarium.

Light/Heat Beam: 65° - Colour Rendering Index: CRI 83 - Thermal Efficiency: 93%

 

Daylight Basking Spot Lamp PT2195 - 25W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2500 K - Luminous Flux: 320 Lm - Optical efficiency: 6,4 Lm/W

 

Daylight Basking Spot Lamp PT2131 - R20/50W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2500 K - Luminous Flux: 320 Lm - Optical efficiency: 6,4 Lm/W

 

Daylight Basking Spot Lamp PT2132 - R20/75W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2560 K - Luminous Flux: 550 Lm - Optical efficiency: 7,3 Lm/W

 

Daylight Basking Spot Lamp PT2133 - R25/100W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2640 K - Luminous Flux: 780 Lm - Optical efficiency: 7,8 Lm/W

 

Daylight Basking Spot Lamp PT2134 - R30/150W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2660 K - Luminous Flux: 1250 Lm - Optical efficiency: 8,3 Lm/W

 

The Exo Terra Glow Light (PT2052 / PT2054 / PT2056) is perfectly suited for the Exo Terra Incandescent Bulbs.

Glow Light
Daylight Basking Spot
PT2195 PT2131 PT2132 PT2133 PT2134
25W R20 / 50W R20 / 75W R25 / 100W R30 / 150W

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition