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ZooMed PowerSUN UV Hmm..


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Posted by shek on May 08, 2003 at 19:10:19:

In Reply to: ZooMed PowerSUN UV Hmm.. posted by jtatarin on May 08, 2003 at 18:37:11:

:I know that bearded dragons need a basking spot light and a flourescent bulb (Reptisun 5.0). Which sorta sucks is that you need 2 bulbs and 2 fixtures which is sorta costly. Well anyways I have been looking around and I have found a bulb called PowerSun UV by ZooMed. I am a total newbie but will this buld act as both a heat light AND a UV bulb. From what it sounds like at their site... it gives off UV light and emites heat AND you can out it in a normal reflector fixture.. http://www.zoomed.com/html/powersun_uv.html


I just got the advice to use this bulb a bit further down this forum.. I think I've decided to try them.. I'm now wondering which type bulb I should get after reading this post. I've got a 75 gallon critter cage. The spot sure doesnt need to be 3 feet away but if i use a flood, wont that kind of kill the whole gradient temp idea?


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