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  • Highly energy efficient broad-spectrum daylight bulb
  • Optimizes heat penetration through increased infrared levels
  • Enriches colouration through Neodymium
  • Stimulates breeding behaviour and physiological well-being through UVA rays
  • Can be combined with Night Heat Lamp or Infrared Basking Spot for a 24-hour cycle

Halogen bulbs are actually an advanced variation of incandescent bulb technology. One of the major factors that shorten an incandescent bulb's lifespan is the evaporation of the tungsten within the bulb. By adding a trace amount of a halogen gas (methyl bromide) inside the bulb, a chemical reaction removes the tungsten from the wall of the glass and deposits it back onto the filament, extending the life of the bulb. The higher temperatures of halogen lighting contribute to a whiter light, a higher light output and a greater efficiency.

Light/Heat Beam: 40° - Colour Rendering Index: CRI 86 - Thermal Efficiency: 93%

 

Halogen Basking Spot PT2197 - 25W

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Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2750 K - Luminous Flux: 520 Lm - Optical efficiency: 10,4 Lm/W

 

Halogen Basking Spot PT2181 - 50W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2750 K - Luminous Flux: 520 Lm - Optical efficiency: 10,4 Lm/W

 

Halogen Basking Spot PT2182 - 75W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2860 K - Luminous Flux: 930 Lm - Optical efficiency: 12,4 Lm/W

 

Halogen Basking Spot PT2183 - 100W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2900 K - Luminous Flux: 1280 Lm - Optical efficiency: 12,8 Lm/W

 

Halogen Basking Spot PT2184 - 150W

Details

Approximate values at 68°F/20°
Colour temp.: 2930 K - Luminous Flux: 2000 Lm - Optical efficiency: 13,3 Lm/W

 

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

Glow Light
Halogen Basking Spot
PT2197 PT2181 PT2182 PT2183 PT2184
25W 50W 75W 100W 150W

PT2184: Not available in France.

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition