JBL ReptilSpot HaloDym
Halogen spotlight with daylight spectrum

There are successor products for this item:
ReptilDay , Reptil LED Daylight 12W
  • Facilitates the plant growth and vitality of the animals: special spotlight made of neodymium glass with balanced daylight spectrum
  • Warmth regulation modelled on nature by sunbathing under the lamp, facilities natural behaviour through UV-A proportion
  • High-contrast colour reproduction, 30 % energy savings and twice the service life compared to conventional incandescent lamps.
  • Ideal warm colour temperature of 2700 K
  • Package contents: halogen spotlight with daylight spectrum, HaloDym
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Product information

The lighting of your terrarium depends on the light requirements of your animals:
- Do your animals need a lot or little light?
- Do your animals need UV radiation or not?
- Do your animals need a different temperature during the day than at night?
- How far away are your animals from the light source?

By answering these questions, you can decide which type of lamp and possibly additional heating mat your animals need. Lamps such as the JBL Reptil Day Halogen are ideal for illuminating terrariums with plants. If the animals require additional UV light, a JBL UV-Spot Plus or a JBL L-U-W lamp is additionally required. These also simultaneously produce heat. For animals not in need of UV light, such as many amphibians, the JBL Reptil Day Halogen or JBL LED Daylight are ideal and may, depending on the animal, need to be supplemented with heat-generating technology. For amphibians from colder regions simply omit the heat-generating technology.

Nature as a model:
Terrarium animals are cold-blooded animals, which are strongly dependent on light, particularly on the quality and intensity of the light. Activity, food intake, digestion or rest phases are influenced by the change of day and night and the intensity of light. Depending on the light source, there are differences in output and quality of the light. Besides this, many terrarium animals associate light with heat and seek light places in the terrarium in order to „bask in the sun“. These considerations are especially important when choosing heating equipment for desert terrariums.

Depending on their origin, terrarium animals can require a lot or a little UV light for their well-being. UV-B stimulates the synthesis of Vitamin D3 from its preliminary stage Vitamin D2. UV-A stimulates pigmentation. Don’t forget that glass absorbs around 50 % of the UV radiation, so always install the lamps inside the terrarium.

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JBL ReptilSpot HaloDym 28 W

Art. no.:
6186600
EAN Code:
4014162618665
Performance:
28 W
Socket:
E27
Volume packaging:
0.94 l
Gross weight:
90 g
Net weight:
30 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
85/128/87 mm

Properties

Animal species: Axolotl (cool waters), newts (cool waters), red-eyed leaf frogs, poison dart frogs, dyeing dart frogs, Australian green tree frogs, tree pythons, ball pythons, corn snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, ghost insects, praying mantises
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All tropical forest animals
Volume habitat: For all terrariums
Material: glass / metal (aluminium)
Colour: white / transparent / black

Electronic label / illuminant

Ambient temperature: 25 °C
Mercury: No
Lifespan: 2000 h
CRI value: 87
Dimmable: No
Switching cycles: 4000
Colour temperature: 2650 K

Technical Data

This product is unfortunately no longer available

JBL ReptilSpot HaloDym 42 W

Art. no.:
6186700
EAN Code:
4014162618672
Performance:
42 W
Socket:
E27
Volume packaging:
0.94 l
Gross weight:
90 g
Net weight:
30 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
85/128/87 mm

Properties

Animal species: Axolotl (cool waters), newts (cool waters), red-eyed leaf frogs, poison dart frogs, dyeing dart frogs, Australian green tree frogs, tree pythons, ball pythons, corn snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, ghost insects, praying mantises
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All tropical forest animals
Volume habitat: For all terrariums
Material: glass / metal (aluminium)
Colour: white / transparent / black

Electronic label / illuminant

Ambient temperature: 25 °C
Mercury: No
Lifespan: 2000 h
CRI value: 87
Dimmable: No
Switching cycles: 4000
Colour temperature: 2650 K

Technical Data

This product is unfortunately no longer available

JBL ReptilSpot HaloDym 70 W

Art. no.:
6186800
EAN Code:
4014162618689
Performance:
70 W
Socket:
E27
Volume packaging:
1.54 l
Gross weight:
117 g
Net weight:
37 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
103/145/103 mm

Properties

Animal species: Axolotl (cool waters), newts (cool waters), red-eyed leaf frogs, poison dart frogs, dyeing dart frogs, Australian green tree frogs, tree pythons, ball pythons, corn snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, ghost insects, praying mantises
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All tropical forest animals
Volume habitat: For all terrariums
Material: glass / metal (aluminium)
Colour: white / transparent / black

Electronic label / illuminant

Ambient temperature: 25 °C
Mercury: No
Lifespan: 2000 h
CRI value: 87
Dimmable: No
Switching cycles: 4000
Colour temperature: 2750 K

Technical Data

power output in Watt:70 W
voltage:230 V
FAQ
Do I need a separate ballast for these lamps?

No, this lamp is directly installed to a lamp holder (e.g. JBL TempSet) and connected to the power outlet without additional ballast.

Is the ReptilDay spotlight suitable for terrariums with dimmable mounting? In other words, is it dimmable?

As with all filament lightings the ReptilSpot spotlights are suitable for dimming. Please note that the dimming does however reduce its lifespan. For this reason we don’t recommend a dimming but suggest you use spots with lower wattage.

Blog (opinions & experiences)

Mites and mould in the terrarium

Any terrarium owner can experience mites and mould. It isn’t always a problem, but can become one when …

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JBL Research: Research results

Since 2001 JBL has been undertaking its own research expeditions to the original homes of our terrarium dwellers. With the help of measuring instruments all biotope data is logged and measurement errors are eliminated by the multiple measurements of theexpedition members.

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Heating in the desert terrarium

As already mentioned, desert animals associate heat with light, so that they automatically seek light spots to warm up.

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The Right Ventilation For Your Terrarium

The need for fresh air and all other climatic factors vary significantly in accordance with their origin.

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Lighting in the Terrarium

As cold-blooded animals, terrarium animals are far more de pendent on light, i.e. the quality and intensity of light, than warm-blooded vertebrates. Activity, feeding, digestion or resting phases are influenced by the alternation of day and night, and especially by the intensity of light.

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Size and Shape of the Terrarium

Nowadays specialised pet shops offer a wide selection of terrariums which are usually made of silicone-sealed glass panes. They usually have sliding doors at the front.

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The fascination of terrariums - Terrarium Manual

Terrarium-keeping has experienced an enormous boom in the past twenty years. In the midst of the increasing hustle and bustle of our world, an island of nature in their homes offers many people an opportunity to relax while watching their terrarium pets after a long day of work.

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What is an Aqua-terrarium / Paludarium?

You’ve seen them in zoos. They are a combination of conventional terrariums and aquariums. On top there’s a rainforest, below there’s an aquarium.

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The Rainforest Terrarium – Part 2 - Lighting

Wenn die Gestaltung des Terrariums und die Auswahl der Tiere abgeschlossen sind, können Sie sich dem wichtigen Thema der Beleuchtung (kurz: Licht) widmen.

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The Desert Terrarium Part 2 - Lighting

The desert habitat involves both extreme heat and brightness. Unlike in the rain forest, there is nothing to stop the light reaching right down to the ground. The animals only have stones or scarce plants and woody growths to withdraw under.

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Light and heat for the terrarium

In the wild the sun not only provides light, it also provides essential heat and UVA and UVB radiation. Since terrarium animals are ectotherm, they are much more dependent on high-quality light than warm-blooded vertebrates are.

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Where do our terrarium animals come from, and why this is important.

In fact we could answer this question with “from all over the world”. After all many interesting terrarium animals also live in Europe. But most of them are protected species.

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Reference guide (Themeworld)

Lighting

Lighting is one of the most important topics in terraristics. What do you need to consider?

Installing the technical items

How and where do you install the technical equipment? What do you need to remember?

Animal species

Which species are suitable for a terrarium? What demands does each species have in the terrarium? Which animals are low maintenance?

The rainforest terrarium

A breath of jungle in the living room. What’s important with a rainforest terrarium?

The desert terrarium

Bring a breath of desert fascination into your living room! We’ll show you how easy it is to set up a desert terrarium

The tortoise terrarium

Our friend the tortoise needs a suitable terrarium. What is special about a tortoise terrarium?

Aquatic terrarium

A terrarium with an integrated water element is an aquatic terrarium, also referred to as a paladarium. Turtles, for example, feel very comfortable in them.

Terrariums for spiders and insects

Arachnids and insects require special terrariums which often don’t need to be particularly large.

Reproducing the habitat

Which type of habitat is easiest to reproduce in the terrarium?

Terrarium location and climate

Where’s the best place for the terrarium? How important is the climate in the terrarium?

Heat

How do you get your terrarium to the right temperature? Why does it need warm and cooler spots?

Ideas

Where do you get your inspiration when setting up a terrarium? Where do your ideas come from?

Setup and decoration

How do you set up the decoration and the landscape in the terrarium? What do you need to consider?
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