Natural daylight is dynamic. Spectrum and intensity change throughout the day. To simulate natural daylight, and thus dawn and dusk, the PULSA Dynamic Daylight Spectrum is the perfect choice.
The ability to change between colour temperature and to dim from 0 to 100% aids you in simulating daylight. Different colour temperatures throughout the day stimulate natural behaviour like preening, drinking, feeding and dustbathing. The addition of ultraviolet provides (UV-A) an enriched environment and helps the chickens recognizing patterns in each other’s plumage.
The lightspectrum changes throughout the day; in the morning there’s more blue in the spectrum. This gradually changes to a warmer temperature (red) throughout the day. Providing an uniform light distribution helps in preventing bad litter and consequently health problems. A light source capable of fluctuations in colour temperature, much like the sun, is a very suitable solution to simulate natural daylight and enhance animal welfare.
Major difference with the CORAX DDS is the fact that thanks to the T-connector the PULSA can be easily installed by making use of plug & play installation.
|warm white||cold white||UV-A|
|0 - 100%||0 - 100%||0 - 100%|
|Expected average lifetime||50.000u||50.000u||50.000u|
- Dynamic Daylight Spectrum that mimics daylight
- Stimulation of natural behavior
- Uniform light distribution
- Plug & Play
- 0 – 100% dimmable
- Energy efficient
- IP67 water- and dust proof
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