Reptile Dome / Aluminum Dome Fixture

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  • Extra deep aluminum reflector dome increases light, UVA and UVB output significantly!
  • Ideal for use with compact fluorescent and incandescent bulbs (PT2348: max. 75W / PT2349: max. 160W)
  • With On/Off switch, 6ft (180 cm) power cord
  • Heat resistant porcelain socket

The Exo Terra Reptile Dome has an extra long aluminum reflector dome that extends beyond the face of most bulbs. The Reptile Dome Fixture gives you the versatility of placing heat and/or light sources on your terrarium where needed. The aluminum reflector increases the light, UVA and UVB output significantly! Its heat resistant ceramic socket can accommodate either compact fluorescent bulbs or incandescent bulbs (PT2348: max. 75W / PT2349: max. 160W). The light can be easily turned on and off by the On/Off switch, mounted on the extra long power cord (180 cm – 6 ft). Combine multiple fixtures with specific light bulbs to create the ideal lighting system. Visit the lighting section on www.exo-terra.com for information on the lighting requirements for your animal.

This multi-purpose fixture fits a variety of screw-based bulbs including; Intense Basking Spot, Daylight Basking Spot, Halogen Basking Spot, Daytime Heat Bulb, Night Time Heat Bulb, Infrared Basking Spot, Natural Light, Reptile UVB100, Reptile UVB150, Reptile UVB200 and Solar Glo.

Reptile Dome Details

PT2348 – Reptile Dome – 15 cm / 6”
Ideal for use with all types of Exo Terra incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs (up to 75W).

PT2349 – Reptile Dome – 21 cm / 8”
Ideal for use with all types of Exo Terra incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs (up to 160W).

For maximum security, please use in conjunction with the Exo Terra Light Bracket.
Includes Hanger and switch

 
 
Reptile Dome
PT2348 15cm 6”
PT2349 21cm 8”

Instruction Manual (PDF): EU - NA

Infosheet (PDF): NA/EU

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