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Intense Spotlight

Intense Spotlight

A lamp specially designed as a basking spot lamp. The tight beam can be directed precisely on an area to create a basking site. The heat and light in the beam is increased by 35%, allowing greater distances between the bulb and the basking site. The UVA (ultraviolet A) light contributes to reptiles' physiological well-being.


- Creates a basking area for thermoregulation


- Increases ambient air temperature


- Stimulates breeding behavior through UVA rays


- Can be combined with Night Glo or Heat Glo for a 24 hours cycle.

Daylight Spotlight

Daylight Spotlight

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.
rn- Creates a basking area for thermoregulation
rn- Increases ambient air temperature
rn- Stimulates breeding behavior through UVA rays
rn- Can be combined with Night Glo or Heat Glo for a 24 hours cycle
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Infrared Basking

Infrared Basking

The bulb emits infrared heat waves and is a typical heating lamp. The spot lamp has a special build-in reflector to direct the heat in any direction required. The red glass transmits Infrared waves produced by the special filament of the bulb. The reddish light will not disrupt normal activity during night or day, which makes it an excellent 24 hours heat source.
rn- Increases the overall air temperature in the terrarium
rn- Provides heat, essential for activity and digestion
rn- Ideal for nocturnal viewing
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Daylight  Heat

Daylight Heat

A broad-spectrum daylight 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. Another important factor is the heat emitted by this bulb to increase the over all ambient temperature in the terrarium.
rn- Broad-spectrum daylight lamp for terrariums
rn- Creates heat gradients for thermoregulation
rn- Increases ambient air temperature
rn- Stimulates breeding behavior through UVA rays

Night Heat Lamp

Night Heat Lamp

The bulb simulates natural moonlight to allow nocturnal viewing without disturbing the animal's day and night cycle. The light emitted is bluish due to the use of blue glass. The heat generated by the bulb is minimal but enough to provide tropical night time temperatures. The lower wattage of these bulbs does not interfere with natural night drops in temperature.

- Stimulates breeding behavior in reptiles and amphibians

- Can be combined with Repti Glo or Sun Glo for a 24 hours cycle

Spot Light Fitting

Spot Light Fitting

The ProRep Spot Lamp Holder is for use with all E27 (screw thread) incandescent spot lamps up to a maximum of 100W.
rnThe holder comes complete with a 2 metre lead and plug.

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