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Hagen Day-Glo 60W Heat Lamp
Here's a 60W Hagen Neodymium Day-Glo heat lamp for reptiles and other animals,also emits UVA wavelengths.

Made in Korea
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Filename:DSC04481_NEO_60W_Day-Glo_Heat_Lamp.JPG
Album name:lite_lover / Incandescent & Halogen Lamps
Keywords:Lamps
Company and Date Manufactured:Hagen
Model:---
Wattage:60W
Lamp Type:Incandescent heat lamp
Voltage:120V
Current:0.48A
Filament:C-9
Base:Medium E26 brass
Lamp Shape:A19
File Size:48 KB
Date added:21 Apr 2011
Dimensions:1024 x 768 pixels
Displayed:48 times
Colour Space:sRGB
Contrast:1497300992
Date Time:2011:04:10 02:55:24
DateTime Original:2011:04:10 02:55:24
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Exposure Mode:1381302272
Exposure Program:Program
Exposure Time:1/8 sec
FNumber:f 2.8
Flash:Unknown: 218562576
Focal length:7.9 mm
ISO:51118240
Light Source:Unknown or Auto
Make:SONY
Max Aperture:f 2.8
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dor123
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dor123  [21 Apr 2011 at 08:28]

Incandescent lamps can't emit UVB radiation, as the filament temperature is too low and it radiates mostly in the infrared and only 5% in the visible light.
Even if the filament is overdriven (As in halogen lamps), still a very pity amount of UVB radiation is radiated.
This is also the reason why blacklight incandescent lamps, don't cause any fluorescence in glowing objects at all (Even if the filament is overdriven in order to increase it UV output).
To get sufficient UV radiation from all wavelength from the lamp, the filament should be heated to the ideal blackbody temperature of 5500degK which is the same temperature of the sun surface.
Neither material can be remain in solid state at such temperatures.
In The LED Museum site , there is a summary of an incandescent blacklight lamp, and you can easily see that the tested lamp don't cause any glowing on fluorescent object.
Spectra of the tested lamp are also included.

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lite_lover  [21 Apr 2011 at 08:58]

Hi dor123 thanks for the correction,info on these lamps claim to emit UVA radiation.

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Lumalux  [12 Aug 2017 at 00:58]

Yes, I see lots of package labels on incandescent neodymium bulbs for reptile use that say they emit UV radiation, but it's just not possible. There may be a teeny weeny bit but negligible. Poor reptile wants some UV light and its not getting it.



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