Heat Pads

Heat Pads

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Ceramic Heat Lamp 60 Watt


Ceramic Infrared Heat lamp for terrariums

• Ideal for creating necessary warm areas in the terrarium.
• Supports digestion, promotes well-being and activity.
• Suitable as a constant heat source in terrariums.
• Enables night observation of the animals without disrupting the 24 hour cycle.
• Ideal in combination with a suitable thermostat in order to regulate the heat.
• Only use Heat Emitter in a suitable Ceramic Lamp Holder.

T5 Ferguson Zone1 -2.4% (12″-36″/ 8-54Watt)

For best results use with a T5 luminaire or Electronic Controller and replace after one year of normal use. This lamp will only operate when used with equipment containing an appropriate T5 electronic ballast.
• 1.0 UVI for the synthesis of vitamin D3.
• Improves feeding and breeding behaviour.
• Full spectrum lamp.
• Produces excellent natural colours and iridescence.
• Always provide shade area for animals.

Vivarium Electronics 28-120 Watt Radiant Heat Panel


Vivarium Electronics has designed this heat panel specifically around the needs of reptile users.

For Radiant Panels to work at their best we very strongly recommend a proportional thermostat.

Some of the features include:

  • Can Not burn your animal-even if they touch it!
  • Made from high impact glass reinforced Noryl
  • Detachable cord for easy installation
  • Attractive, sealed housing for easy cleaning and disinfecting
  • 4 wattage sizes available
  • Ultra easy mounting-Stainless Steel screws included
  • Low profile-under 2″ thick
  • Thermal fuse protected
  • 6 foot power cord
  • Made in USA

We recommend the use of the Vivarium Electronics proportional thermostats when using panels in enclosed areas to maintain the ideal temperatures for your reptiles. Ultra easy to install (3 screws-included) and can’t be climbed on by your snakes!

120 watt panel measures approximately 12.5″x32.5″x1.75″ (overall dimensions).

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