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Full Spectrum Economy Daylight Bulb 100 Watt (uses 23W) – 4 Pack

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Package 4 bulbs
Many of us take the change of seasons for granted. It’s important to remember that most of the birds in our care come from regions near the equator. That means your feathered companion or little flock, expects 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness.

Lighting doesn’t need to be fancy. Just a lamp with a timer next to a cage. (please remember, keep electrical cords out-of-sight and inaccessible) Companion parrots will be rewarded with fewer behavior disorders. Small and large species of birds will feel and look better with the proper cycle of sunlight provided by a simple full-spectrum bulb. Don’t forget to cover the cage when the light goes out.

Dimensions 5″ H x 2 9/16″ diameter
Color Temperature: 5000K

  • Bulb simulates full-spectrum natural outdoor sunlight
  • Equals the light output of a standard 100-watt incandescent lamp
  • Replace any screw-base incandescent lamp with a 60-watt minimum or higher
  • Bulb life of 10,000 hours*
  • FCC, UL listed
  • 1600 Initial Lumens:

 * Light quality diminishes over time, it is highly recommended to replace your Full Spectrum bulbs after one year of use.

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Natural light from the sun and sky has a balanced spectrum, rendering colors perfectly. Most artificial bulbs emit light rays in a narrow scope of the visual spectrum. This full-spectrum bulb helps pet birds see better, feel better, and creates a healthy indoor environment.

Incandescent lamps provide light, but they don’t provide the same healthy, natural light of the sun. The licensed and patented Evolution 25-Watt CF Full-Spectrum Bulb simulates the full-spectrum natural outdoor sunlight to provide a healthier indoor environment while also saving energy. The full-spectrum bulb also lasts about 10 times longer than standard incandescent bulbs.

Yes, these bulbs can be used in a 60-watt lamp. These lamps are equivalent to a 100w Incandescent lamp but, use only 25w of energy. This means yes, you can use this lamp in a socket that is rated 60W maximum since you are only using 25 watts.

 Light quality diminishes over time, it is highly recommended to replace your Full Spectrum bulbs after one year of use.


What is the cri and Kelvin of your Full Spectrum Economy Daylight Bulb 25 Watt 6 Pack

Janet S

Hi Janet

In response to your question; What is the CRI anKelvinin of your Full Spectrum Economy Daylight Bulb 25 Watt 6 Pack

The Kelvin temperature is 5000° which is theoretically equal to sunlight.
Kelvin temperature from 5000 to 6500 usually produces a CRI of 90 or more.
We don’t provide CRI figures and have not done so since 2007 because they are actually pretty arbitrary
At the end of the day Kelvin temperature, CRI, and Lumen’s are of little value to a bird because none of that data is being imported by a bird pineal gland.
Although birds can see ultraviolet is actually used for signaling to potential mates.
Sunlight or the best full-spectrum light bold will not help a bird synthesize vitamin D.
There’s not been one study ever that has proven this to be a fact.
It has to do with birds double integumentary systems, feathers, and skin
Pet birds have 99 million years with 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness of instinctual expectations.
When they don’t get this lifecycle they can get hormonal producing negative behaviors like prolific egg-laying, feather self-mutilation, screaming, and aggression.
Think of it as the SAD disorder in humans which is triggered by the lack of abundance of sunlight over a long winter.
I hope this helps and please explore the information we produce concerning light birds found here

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