uvb lamps

  1. Z

    lights for a Bearded dragon

    i probably could have asked this up in the other section but the light are for a dragon and i love following some rules lol. so i recently decided that my dragon needs some more UV lights for his tank. He only had a small bulb that was on the hot side of his tank. I went out today and bought...
  2. summoner12

    New Zoo Med 10.0 T8 readings

    These readings are from some lamps Zoo Med sent me. They are not the market product, just demo lamps. The lamps tested here are F38. Meaning they are 38Watt lamps. Most fixtures you'll find in the US are F32... meaning 32Watt. I have tested the lamps in an F32 fixture for the demonstration...
  3. summoner12

    Some readings.

    Today I took some readings on a 18" linear tube fixture. I wanted to give people an idea of what to expect with some real world application. The two lamps I tested have about 1.5-2 months of use on the clock (UVB output drops as the lamp ages). The reflector aluminum foil from the kitchen. You...
  4. summoner12

    Zoo Med Dropping T12 UVB Lamps.

    To make things simple I have copied the post I made for the UV meter owners club to this thread: Two weeks ago I purchased a pair of Zoo Med Reptisun 48" T12 10.0 UVB lamps. Using Dave Weldon's 6.2 Solarmeter, I took readings on the lamps to get an idea of what a new lamp's output would be. I...
Top Bottom