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A new day is dawning on Vivarium LED Lighting... Jungle Dawn™ LED. ** Jungle Dawn? IS The ORIGINAL Viv. LED!** It IS the ONLY ONE With 2 Kinds of Diodes for the FULLEST Spectrum of Light that you NEED! Introducing Jungle Dawn LED Vivarium Lighting. YOU CAN USE IN YOUR YOUR EXISTING Zoo-Med, Exo-Terra, Aqueon and Perfecto incandescent reflectors. Special Day-White AND Warm White Screw In LED Unit. Made for and Imported by LightYourReptiles.com. Original LightYourReptiles.com Light Output Design. Epistar White Diodes with to a ratio of Warm Whites has created light as close to the color temperature of morning Sun as I could make for this application. Cool for vegetation PLUS Warm for flowers and colors. YES... This LED Unit is Bright. Very Bright. Fits all Zoo Med and Exo-Terra Terrarium Hoods. Fits most standard incandescent aquarium hoods and strip lights. Perfect for Dart Frog Vivariums, Freshwater Aquariums and Supplemental Lighting for any Reptile Set Up. Use to grow plants in Chameleon cages! Boost Lumens for Plants without Boosting Your Electric Bill. Minimal Heat Output. Great for heat sensitive applications. ** Note: Improved Efficiency with better components! NEW 9 W same light output as previous Models ** YES - Only 9 Watts. Quality light while using much less than half the Electricity and generating less than half of the amount of Heat as the old CFL bulbs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jungle Dawn® Instructions: Jungle Dawn® LED Vivarium Lighting Congratulations on your purchase of the highest quality vivarium LED bulb on the market! Here are a couple of things to know when installing your new LED bulb. Please review all these instructions before proceeding.
For best cooling, remove metal internal reflectors in Exo Terra and Zoo Med hoods. Drill vent holes in tops if/as needed. Always try and help LED run as cool as possible.
IMPORTANT The LED bulbs have a 300 degree range of motion in the swivel base so they can be turned and adjusted once installed. This is to ensure the bulb can be positioned to point downward, so the LED diode array will give the enclosure as much light as possible. Never force the bulb beyond the pivot point stop. Forcing the bulb to turn past the built in “stop” could permanently damage the unit. Installation Procedure For safety, please ensure the light socket switch is in the “Off” position, or unplug the fixture before proceeding. 1. To install, gently screw the LED unit into the light socket. Do not use force. 2. Once the bulb is screwed clockwise into the fixture all the way so it will light, it may be necessary to gently adjust it by turning the unit backwards. This is where the base that allows the unit to rotate comes into use. By gently rotating the unit counter clockwise, without unscrewing it from the socket; you can adjust the LED diode array to face downward into the enclosure. 3. If the natural range of motion of the swivel base will not allow it turn far enough so the LED array points downward, try unscrewing the bulb very slightly to change the angle. It is ok if the LED unit is slightly loose in the socket, just as long as it is in the socket far enough to make contact to light. Cooling and Proper Ventilation These lights are designed to work in fixtures designed with some ventilation so that the LED unit will be able to dissipate heat properly. Open socket fixtures, vivarium hoods with vent slots or incandescent aquarium lights that have venting slots or holes in them are all good choices. Please make sure all hoods or strip lights are raised up off a solid glass top at least 1/8 – 1/3 of an inch, (4mm - 8mm) so that air can circulate under and up through the fixture. This is to allow for the natural air convection so heat can rise up and out of the fixture. 100% totally enclosed fixtures are not recommended. This is because totally enclosed fixtures do not allow for air flow. Lack of air flow can result in excessive heat build-up inside the light fixture. Excessive heat buildup (i.e. a heat “pocket”) can result in a shortened life-span of your Jungle Dawn® LED unit. Water and Moisture While Jungle Dawn? LED units are resistant to the levels of humidity usually associated with terrariums and vivariums, they are not submersible or waterproof. Therefore, as with any electrical appliance, great care should be taken when using them in wet environments or over open water. Failure to use caution when using any form of electrical lighting over vivariums or aquariums can result in electrocution. In vivariums with misting systems, please remember to always position all electrical components safely away from contact with water spray and mist. Thank you. *Please Note: The use of excessive force when screwing the units in sockets resulting in the breaking of the plastic base and/or forcing the bulb further than it was designed to rotate will void the warranty.
Plants Went Crazy
Posted by ROMEO CARCABUSO on 13th Feb 2017
My vivarium plants closests to the top end of my vivarium went crazy with growth after 3 weeks of use. These grow epiphtically. I also have 2 Bird's nest Ferns growing from large pots made from a type of lava rock. These ferns have been spitting out new leaves continuously after installing these LEDs. The lights are used in conjuction with the Exo Terra incandescent hoods (with the metal reflectors removed) and sit atop my custom gargoyle gecko tanks that measure 36wx18dx42h. Enough light reaches the bottom of my tanks for low light understory plants, but I keep mine with just leaf litter and soil mixture base.
These lights are much better than the standard aquarium led tank lights with much stronger light output and much lower wattages used. Comparable lights would cost you a lot more. I highly recommend them.
Posted by Tom on 18th Jun 2015
I put this light on a small planted viv, within one day the plants were looking better and orientating themselves toward the bulb.