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Zoo Med Zoo Med Repticare Ceramic Infrared Heat Emitters

24-hour non-light emitting ceramic heat lamp ideal for all types of tropical and desert reptilesProduces low wavelength infrared emissions for maximum heat penetrationFlat face design is more efficient than conical designsReptile heat lamps suitable for high humidity terrariumsCan increase terrarium air temperature 10-20°F above surrounding room temperature
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Will this hold up outside during freezing temperatures? I need it for an outdoor Sulcata tortoise shelter.

I plan to use a cermaic socket clamp lamp with this emitter inside the wood tortoise structure which is 4 X 3 with a pitched roof.
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No, it has to be about 75 degrees for it to work.
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How big of an area will this heat up. Will it work in a small outside cat house?

My grand daughter has bad allergies and I had to make my cat a out door house. I put three carboard boxes together, one inside the other with insulation inbetween layers but still she feels cold. I even put a heat pad in the box and taped an additionl box onto the front so that her sleeping box is at the back of both boxes. It's like she has a foyer before she goes into her smaller box and heating pad. I wanted to redo the box and put a heat lamp in the top, hanging over her about 18 inches above her so that I'm sure she is warm. The box is outside and its winter but the heat lamp would be inside of her box almost completely closed off to the outside except for a cat door that she would use to enter her box. Will this emitter work if it's enclosed within her box cat house, even though the whole thing is outside and not actually in my house? I don't expect it to give her a tan just cut the cold, will it work? Janet H.
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I use this 100 watt heater for a 60 gallon tank for a bearded dragon. The tank is 4ft long by 2ft high by 20in wide. It only brings the temp up close to an extra 20 degrees from the light bulbs. I don't think I wouldn't recommend this for an outside cat house if you're going to use it during cold winters.
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can this be used for hedgehog?

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I bought this for my bearded dragon. I have him in a 60 gallon tank. The day/night bulbs keep it at about 80 degrees and this heater brings it up to almost 100 degrees. I run it off a timer to heat during the day and off at night to simulate actual sun heat conditions. If your hedgehog likes to have heat this will work. But be careful with it fitting in a non ZooMed bulb outlet. They are made to fit in their clamp lamps only but do fit in any generic clamp lamp if you're careful while twisting it in.
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Is this bulb good for use with bearded dragons?

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Since its a heat emitter and not a light bulb, it works well as a supplemental heating source at night if the tanks gets below 65 degrees F, but during the day you just need a UVB light(a bar not a coil) for UVB as well as any household lightbulb for heat to keep the temperature between 85 on the cool end and 100 on the warm end.
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Is this good for leopard geckos?

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yes it is grat for a loepard gecko I have one for my 40 breeder tank but it is 150 watts petco told me to buy it for the wintertime but it is for a 50 to 100 gallon not a 30 to 40 gallon like the 100 watts is for the summetime here in californis it drops below temps 70's and the 100 watts does not pick up the temps to 88- 90 in the winter but you no before you decide call zoomed and ask for jennifer she should tell cause she told me that the 50 100 uth that I had on my tank was too big and it will creack it so she told me too buy the 30 to 40 gallon uth instead
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Is the "60 watt - Zoo Med Repticare Ceramic Infrared Heat Emitters – Ceramic Heat Lamp appropriate for a 10 gallon tank housing hermit crabs?

I have a medium undertank heater and temp is only at 72. I keep my house cool & it will be even cooler this winter as I live in New England.
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The 60 watt Ceramic Heat Emitter is appropriate for tanks 10 to 20 gallons in size and are fine for use with Hermit Crabs. Be sure to use a thermometer and monitor the temperature in the tank to ensure that it is not getting too hot. This item can be used with a Rheostat to "dim down" the power and control heat output as well.
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Is this a type r bulb? Can it be used with item #LF-11?

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Warming a tarantula?

Would the infrared ceramic heater be appropriate to use over a 10 gallon tank housing a Chilean rose-haired tarantula? She needs to be warmer by about 10-15 degrees now that it's getting cooler and does not tolerate light well.
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