ESU Reptile Bi-Light
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Designed exclusively for terrariums, the Bi-Light 2 fixtures feature two porcelain sockets specially built to withstand the intense heat emitted from high-wattage incandescent lamps.The fixtures are designed to direct the light and heat down into the habitat.Two single sockets on separate switches with six foot cords hold incandescent lamps up to 40 watts each. This allows the use of a daylight lamp in one socket and either a daylight or nocturnal lamp in the other socket.The lamps can be plugged into individual timers for both day and night cycling.
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