Full Spectrum Light for Birds that you can use in regular light fixtures and the floor or over the cage lamps.

Full Spectrum Light For Birds using your own lamp or the Ott Light Lamp.

Full Spectrum Light for Birds that you can use in regular light fixtures.

Vita-Lite Full Spectrum Light for Birds

Vital-Lamp Full Spectrum Light for Birds
Spiralux Vital-Lamp (formerly Vita-Lite), 20 Watt, 5500K, Screw-in, Full Spectrum Compact Fluorescent Bulb. CRI = 90

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Duro-Test Stopped manufacturing Vita-Lite fixtures over 10 yrs ago...Service Lamp is the Exclusive distributor of the Vital-Lamp fixture from China. Duro-Test had these fixtures made in China, they are the same factory in China as Duro-Test had them made. Duro-Test name is only on the 48" fluorescents now. this product is an upgrade from the Old Duro-Test fixture with new ballast to prevent overheating and 10% brighter. As Duro-Test faced bankruptcy years ago had shifted its pet mkt business from Duro-Test to Service Lamp Corp. as primary United States Distributor and Distributors were still using the name "Vita-Lite" until all inventory at Duro-Test has depleted. One by one products are shifting to Vital-Lamp name but we are still in transition but we can assure your customers they are getting the best of the best!

OTTLITE® HIGH DEFINITION FLOOR LAMP

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Ideal for home and office lighting, providing glare free natural light for People, Pets and Plants. Excellent light for crafts, sewing or any visually demanding task.

See colors and detail more accurately!

Provides necessary ultraviolet spectrum for all living things.

Features:

Full Spectrum Ergonomic Floor Lamp Available in White (matches all décor) Stands 52" high (fully extended) Adjustable goose neck head (multi-directional) Provides Natural Light for all Living Things (includes) Full Spectrum 18W CFL bulb 75 watt light output equivalent Patented radiation shield Wheeled base for easy movement Model shown: V92WG2

*ALSO AVAILABLE WITHOUT WHEELS

Over-the-cage lamp for bird cages

over the cage full spectrum light

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Now it's easy to put a little sunshine in your life!

Ideal under the counter fixture for People, Pets and Plants. Portable fixtures providing natural full spectrum light anywhere in the home or office. Great for small Bird or Reptile cages providing the necessary UV spectrum. Plants will thrive under this natural light! Features:

Full Spectrum portable light fixture 27" White color matches all decor self contained unit with bulb/cord. replaceable 20watt Fluorescent timer ready


Why Use Full Spectrum Lighting for Birds?

The core of our full spectrum light for birds revolves around a very special source of light. The Vital-Lamp bulb, and the AvianSun bulb all emit light that is very close to that of natural sunlight.

Sunlight and artificial sources of light are measured by color temperature and rendering. If you were to consider the intensity of the sun at noon daylight, it is about 5500 degrees Kelvin (K).

Natural light not only provides warmth, but brings out the intensity of colors in a way that artificial fluorescent lighting rarely mimics. The Vital-Lamp 20 watt spiral compact bulb both emit the same color temperature as the sun at high noon. This replaces a 75 watt bulb.

Natural daylight is also measured at a color rendering index (CRI) of 100, which shows the vibrant and intensity of colors in and around our environment. Our full spectrum light for birds, the Vital-Lamp bulb has a CRI of 90, and will bring out colors in your bird's feathers that you may not have even known existed while using a standard fluorescent cage light.

What's the difference between full spectrum and standard fluorescent lamps?

Our full spectrum fluorescent light emits light in all parts of the visual spectrum and some in the ultraviolet range (short-wavelength, high-energy light). To be a full spectrum bulb, the color temperature must be 5000K or greater, and the CRI must be at least 88.

A standard fluorescent bulb generally only has a CRI of between 60 and 75, which means the intensity of the source of light is much lower, the temperature is cooler, and there is a noticeable difference or dulling of colors when objects are placed under a standard bulb.

What are the benefits of our Full Spectrum Light for Birds?

FULL SPECTRUM LIGHTING has been shown to be beneficial to birds by mimicking a bird's natural environment. Breeder aviaries, exotic bird collections and poultry production farms were some of the original places that full spectrum lighting was used and observed to demonstrate a definite positive effect.

One of the greatest benefits of our full spectrum light for birds is the natural synthesis of Vitamin D precursors allowing the animal to naturally regulate calcium uptake.

Another important benefit of full spectrum lighting is the effect it has on the glandular system; the Thyroid Gland controls how and when the other glands function and for it to function properly, it needs to be stimulated by normal photo periods of full-spectrum light. The Hypothalamus is involved in proper feather development and skin. The Pineal Gland controls the cyclical processes such as molting and the reproductive cycle.

Birds have four-color vision and the lower wavelength ultraviolet (UVA) adds the fourth visual perspective. Correct spectrum and photo period of light are also critical factors in normal preening as well as the skin and feather health of birds. If a bird's system is not stimulated through adequate environmental lighting to maintain proper endocrine function, it may become lethargic and not continue normal preening behaviors.

A full spectrum light for birds with a CRI (color rendering index) of 88 or higher contains enough UVA to achieve this. It is middle ultraviolet light (UVB) that causes Vitamin D synthesis in the skin. Most professionals agree that the UVB needs to be somewhere between 290 and 310 nanometers in wavelength and a color temperature of 5000 Kelvin for this to occur.

*Glass windows filter out up to 90% of the beneficial UV spectrum unless that glass was made pre 1939. Aluminum screening used can filter out 30% or more UV light. High-grade acrylic (cages) filters out less than 5% of the UV light.

Our full spectrum light for birds can provide these important benefits. The Vital-Lamp full-spectrum bulbs are compact spiral fluorescent bulbs, 5500k, 90 CRI. UVA 4%, UVB .05%. (UVB is between 290-310 nm in wavelength)

The Vital-Lamp has a life-rating between 10,000 and 28,000 user hours. The Vital-Lamp has a standard screw-in base and will burn approximately 8000 hours and is guaranteed for one year.

This bulb cannot be used with dimmer controls. Recommended light time length is 2 to 8 hours per day and a timer can be used. Please consult your veterinarian regarding proper light time for your companion bird. Our lights are designed with your bird's health and well being in mind.

What are the benefits to my bird?

The Vital-Lamp Bulb is comparable to bulbs used in forms of light therapy for those suffering from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) and sleep disorders. Our full spectrum light for birds can help reestablish the body's natural rhythm, which controls things like timing of sleep, hormone production, body temperature, and other biological functions. These are the same effects the Vital-Lamp Bulb can have on a bird.

Some Major Benefits

* Prepares bird for seasonal changes
* Encourages breeding behaviors
* Strengthens immune system
* Lowers obsessive/compulsive behavior frequencies
* Relieves psychological distress
* Mimics a bird's natural environment
* Aids in Vitamin D Synthesis
* Maintains constant environmental temperature
* Aids a bird's visual acuity
* Increases the longevity of the captive bird

Full Spectrum light for birds is for you too!

Our full spectrum light for birds is also healthy for you! Humans also need the benefits of sun light for optimum health and well being.

How much sun light do you get? Could you use some full spectrum lighting to help you in the same way your birds need help?




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