UV Light Influences

  • Vitamin D3 Production
  • Vision
  • Feeding
  • Behaviour
  • Breeding
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Lamp Reminder

Lamps emit ultraviolet radiation, so it is important to remember to change at the end of their recommended optimum lighting hours.

Code: A1LS0144N E27 Fitting

Specifically designed to provide light and UV, both essential for the health of a bird and general well-being.

This unit comes complete with a bolt on mounting system which will allow the fitting to be attached directly onto the cage itself. (See safety notes)


  • Made from solid aluminium construction
  • Diffused high output reflector for maximum light distribution
  • Universal E27 fitting
  • Can be safely bolted onto a bird cage
  • Switch on the cable
  • Removable safety mesh
  • Suitable for all E27 compact lamps up to 23W

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This fitting has been carefully designed to be fitted onto a bird cage safely. However large hookbills and those birds that are prone to chewing should be prevented from reaching the cables and lamp. For these birds the use of the Parrot Pro maybe a better idea.

Code Fitting
A1LS0144N E27


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