Zoo Med ReptiSun 5.0 T5-HO UVB Fluorescent Reptile Lamp

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About This Item

  • Trusted by zoos, veterinarians and professional reptile handlers.
  • Works well in both large and small reptile habitats.
  • Features both a strong UVB output and bright light.
  • Twice as strong as standard ReptiSun 5.0 lamps (sold separately).
  • Assists in preventing and reversing metabolic bone disease.

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Questions & Answers

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will this fit a 36 inch t5 hood
Answer by ChewyApr 07, 2022
The FS5-39 will fit a 36 inch T5 HO hood, the hood must be an HO in order for the bulb to work.

does this include the bulb and lamp it screws into?
Answer by ChewyFeb 17, 2022
This includes a bulb and the lamp is crews into is sold separately .

Will this fit the 30" T5 HO hood?
Answer by ChewyJan 20, 2022
The Reptisun 5.0 T5 HO bulb can be used in the Reptisun T5 HO fixture, if the fixture is 30 inches make sure the bulb you use is the 22 inch, 24 watt T5 HO bulb.

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By colleen on Apr 30, 2022

Item doesn't work

Ordered it a month ago and didn't test it immediately since my current one hadn't went out yet. Well now it's a month later and I went to replace it and it doesn't work, which really stinks because it's hard enough to find this style of light as it is.