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After finding the pool bulbs I kind of chuckle when I see people say led don't produce the heat needed. The four I have certainly do produce basking temps. The massive old 50w outdoor flood i have does too lol.Leds won't produce the heat needed for them, so we use incandescent bulbs instead. Great setup, but I'd add a vine or 2 along some of those top branches for his sense of security.
Many here have been using led longer then I have via the jungle dawn spot lights as far as cham keeping. It's been around for 3.5ish years I think. Most of my led experience comes from a different hobby. To put it into some perspective though, the sun puts out 100,000 lumens per sq meter or 10,000 lumens per square foot of surface. I'll gve you one guess as to what is always recommended as the best light source for chams lol.Thanks! How long have you been using led? I haven seen many using with chams, worry how bright they are.
What's your husbandry routine?Appreciate the response. This is his new setup and I want to check before I end up doing something wrong. He has had issue w eye closing. Everyone said to take off a light I had horizontally mounted on cage...but sun can come from the side not just above. I removed it anyway but need better lighting for my plants. I dont think that was it. Vet said nothing in eye, eye was healthy, fecal clear. Did the vitamin drop on cricket at that time, just noticed him rubbing it again and closed after a while of seeming ok. Ugh!
Are you using regular calcium plus or calcium plus lo d every feeding? If that was asked in the thread and I missed it I apologize. Also go with reptivite instead of herptivite.I just moved him to 36 x 18 x 36 bioactive and got the 6% Arcadia. Working on mist schedule to keep humidity in check...otherwise its accurate.