22" LED Cage Light

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22" LED Cage Light
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Price: $16.99



Vivarium Electronics 22" LED Cage Light.  8 Watts. 

These low profile lights will add just the right amount of light to your reptile cage.  A very slim profile of 5/8" make them ideal to conceal behind the front lip of your reptile cage.  Easy mounting using two stainless steel clips/screws (included).   Our Ultra Thin Double Layer Tape also works quite well where screws can not be used.

These light bars are low voltage (12VDC) for maximum animal safety and have a 6' power cord that will require a 1/2" hole to pass through the cage wall.

This light bar REQUIRES use of the Vivarium Electronics LED Power Supply to operate.  Please see product details of the power supply for more information.

Product Specifications:

  • 8 watts/12V DC- Extremely power efficient!
  • 50,000 hour lifespan
  • 6' DC power cord
  • Approximately 450 Lumens
  • 6000-6500K Color Temperature
  • 5/8" Aluminum Extrusion width
  • Requires Vivarium Electronics LED Power Supply for use



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Reviewed by sanduskyserpents
sanduskyserpents bought "22" LED Cage Light" on our website
02/09/2019 - 02:04:49 PM
Best Light
I use these LED lights in my PVC enclosures and they are amazing and simple to install.
Reviewed by eappell
eappell bought "22" LED Cage Light" on our website
12/08/2015 - 01:56:12 PM
Very nice, reliable lighting
I bought several of these light bars, along with a couple of the power supplies from RB about a year ago for some new cages I had ordered. Using the mounting brackets they come with these were extremely simple to install, and they can be mounted so that your snake can't wriggle his way behind the light. The light itself is a little different, but I find I really like the spectrum I get from these, and they don't appear to be too bright for the animals. The power supplies are very easy to setup and don't get too hot.

The only criticism I have of these is that it would be nice to be able to dim the lights. LED makes this possible, and I think the power supply could handle it, but it's not possible. Also, the price is a bit prohibitive, but if you consider that you probably won't have to replace them for many years, it works out to be a pretty good deal.

Overall, I'm very satisfied with this lighting solution for my larger display cages!