Arcadia UVB Bird Light PureSun Kit Midi 14W
PureSun-Midi is a brand new and exclusive new lighting system from Arcadia Bird, the world leaders in full-spectrum+UV-B research and technology for birds.
PureSun-Midi bird lamp is German made, high quality and has been designed to provide essential full-spectrum+UV-B for pet birds living in larger cages for a whole year.
Produces excellent natural colours and iridescence.
2.4% UVB and 12% UVA for optimal avian use.
Improves feeding and breeding behaviour.
PureSun-Midi Kit is complete with all that you need to get going from day one, this includes the 14w ProT5 flicker free fitting with removable reflector, fittings kit, British made Acrylic support arm and the PureSun-Midi 14w Arcadia Bird lamp. Simply assemble the kit as instructed, bolt the kit to the cage, check that your perch placement is at the correct height and that’s it your bird can enjoy high quality full-spectrum+UV-B energy with all of its associated health benefits.
PureSun-Midi is the perfect choice for most cages 2’/60cm wide or more in which medium sized pet birds such as lineolated parakeets, Conures, Cockatiels, Senegal Parrots, Meyers Parrots, Dwarf Macaws, small lorikeets, Lovebirds and Parrotlets or Softbills live. PureSun-Midi can also be used for pairs or groups of smaller species living in larger flight type or breeding cages such as Budgerigars, finches, canaries and diamond doves.
Like almost all animals birds use the suns energy is a host of amazing ways in excess of using visible light to ‘see’ and infra-red to warm their bodies. Yes birds like most animals also use terrestrial ultra-violet to create vitamin D3 within their own bodies in a safe, effective and self-regulated way.
Vitamin D3 is essential to life in its own right working with almost all of a birds biological processes, but it also allows the assimilation, storage and use of the earths minerals including the vitally important Calcium.
The amount of light emitted from a lamp decreases with the age of the lamp, particularly in lamps which emit ultraviolet radiation, so it is important to remember to change your lamps at the end of their recommended service life, normally at 1 year.
Minimum distance from lamp to bird is 200mm/8”.