UV Light Influences

  • Vitamin D3 Production
  • Vision
  • Feeding
  • Behaviour
  • Breeding
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NEW 2018 Catalogue

Lamp Reminder

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

Code: A015


A sturdy lighting stand, with an attachment solely for the UV Flood Parrot Pro light unit.
With multiple height and angle positions, it can be used over most sized bird cages.

  • Includes clips to keep electric cables away from enclosures
  • Focuses all lamp output into the cage
  • Specifically for use with compact lamp
  • Multiple adjustment points
  • Luminaire not included

Thanks to Fran at Select Pet Centre in Sundridge, Kent for allowing us into their store.

Product Safety

Please make sure that all power cables are out of the reach of any birds and tortoises that may chew them. Use the clips provided to secure the cable to the stand. These fittings use electricity which would be dangerous if bitten through!

Parrot Pro Stand Instructions

1. Assemble bracket to stand.

Parrot Pro Stand Instructions

2. Lock bracket in position.

Parrot Pro Stand Instructions

3. Attach Parrot Pro reflector.

Parrot Pro Stand Instructions

4. Use clips to route cable down stand.


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    One of the most impressive Toads I have ever seen. A female Tree toad sitting under an T8 D3 6% Arcadia Reptile lamp, Image taken at HabiStat HQ 2015. www.arcadiareptile.com ...

    Almost a year ago this clutch of R spectrum emerged from the substrate. A stunning hatchling that climb high into the viv canopy within moments of leaving the egg. Typically they basked for nearly an hour before going back down into the undergrowth, hidden until 'spraydown' the next day. I made lots of observations as we kept and bred this species, Maybe we will write it up one day?? www.arcadiareptile.com ...

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