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  • Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb
  • Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb
  • Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb
  • Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb
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Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb

 

Fluker's Neodymium Daylight Incandescent Reptile Bulb is a full spectrum bulb to be used in the daylight for reptile lighting. It helps provide the radiant heat (or infrared light) that reptiles need in order to survive and thrive. Reptiles need access to the correct environmental temperature range (ETR) to regulate their core body temperatures. ETRs vary from species to species, so take care when choosing the correct bulb. Fluker's Neodymium Daylight bulbs each have a 3,500 hour life under normal usage.

Distance from Bulb
Bulb Wattage 6" 12" 18"
25 Watt 85° F 77° F 72° F

60 Watt

92° F 80° F 77° F
75 Watt 99° F 86° F 83° F
100 Watt 104° F 93° F 88° F
150 Watt 117° F 101° F 92° F
Temperatures average at specified distances; may vary based on size or type of enclosure. All testing performed at 68° room temperature.

Directions

  • Gently fasten the Fluker's incandescent bulb into a Fluker Clamp Lamp or Hood or any UL approved incandescent fixture. Do not plug light fixture into an electrical sock until bulb is fastened firmly to fixture.
  • Place light fixture outside of reptile's enclosure. NEVER place the light fixture inside the enclosure. Reptiles can develop life-threatening thermal burns from contact with an exposed light bulb.
  • Multiple incandescent lights may be required to establish an appropriate ETR. A thermometer can be used to monitor temperature within the reptile's environment.
  • Reptile behavior is directly tied to photoperiod (light cycle), so it is important to provide appropriate intervals of light and darkness.
  • Fluker's recommends a 12-hour day/12-hour night light cycle. A Fluker's red light can be used to observe your reptile at night.
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