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Lighting solution for enriched cage housings and aviaries


News - placed on 24/10/2016

BUBO: AN INNOVATIVE LIGHTING SOLUTION FOR ENRICHED CAGE HOUSINGS AND AVIARIES.

The innovations department of HATO was the first to develop a highly innovative tubular LED lighting solution, that is applicable to enriched cage housing and aviaries.

For enriched cage housing you need lighting inside the cage just at the right spot. There needs to be a light area (feed, water and litter area) and also a darker area  (nesting area): the BUBO is a perfect product to fulfil this need.

For aviaries you need appropriate lighting inside the system to ensure good feed and water intake. Besides, you need proper lighting under the system in order to prevent floor eggs. The BUBO is a solution for both needs.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION & ANIMAL WELFARE

The BUBO is a safe (24 VDC/48 VDC), high-quality, reliable, energy-efficient and easy-to-install (plug-and-play) lighting solution: customer satisfaction ensured!

It is also a flicker-free lighting solution with a 0 to 100% dimming possibility. These factors combined will reduce stress for the animals, who are much more sensitive to light than humans. This reduction in stress can lead to a decrease in harmful pecking. This all leads to a decrease in mortality, an increase in animal welfare, and thus an increase in production.

 

 

A LONG-TERM LIGHTING SOLUTION!

The BUBO is a high quality HATO LED product, that has an expected lifetime of 60.000 hours and a warranty of two years; an energy-efficient solution for the long-term! To guarantee an IP67 rating, the BUBO is made  of the finest materials.

 

TAILOR-MADE SERVICES FOR YOU!

A correct lighting climate is essential for animal welfare and performance. This means a correct tube length and location of the lamp in the cage are of major importance: HATO will provide a well-suiting lighting solution for you!  Besides that, HATO offers outstanding customer service, on-time deliveries and tailor-made solutions for every other challenge!


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