Halogen Glow Light / Porcelain Clamp Lamp + Glow Reflector

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The Exo Terra Halogen Glow Light gives you the versatility of placing heat and/or light sources on your terrarium where needed. The device is sturdily constructed, with a metal reflector, heat resistant ceramic socket, and a spring-loaded swivel clamp. It can be easily turned off and on by the switch, mounted on the extra long power cord. The inside of the reflector is coated with a highly reflective luminous coating that continues to glow long after the lamp is turned off. This allows diurnal reptiles and amphibians to retreat in their night burrow or hiding without stress. A moon-like glow enables nocturnal reptiles and amphibians to see properly without disturbing their night cycle. It is also ideal to monitor your animals during night time, without switching on the lights which can cause stress and disorientation.

Halogen Glow Light
  • Day-light and night glow fixture in one
  • Provides long-lasting luminous, reflective glow
  • Heat-resistant, type GU-10 porcelain light socket
  • For use with Exo Terra Halogen Basking Spot (sold separately), as well as other types of halogen bulbs (max. 50 W)
 

The coating reflects the otherwise wasted light rays and stores the light energy during daytime and slowly releases it at night, which makes this fixture more energy efficient then conventional fixtures. No need to add an additional night bulb, unless used as a heating source.

Glow Light

One or more Exo Terra Halogen Glow Lights can be mounted on the rim of the terrarium or aquarium and directed to the basking area with the spring-loaded swivel clamp or it can be put on top of a metal screen cover in any desired location.

Halogen Glow Light
PT2050 14 cm 5.5”

PT2050: Not available in France.

Halogen Glow Light
 

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition