Zoo Med ReptiTherm® Under Tank Heaters are an excellent, inexpensive, low wattage heater to be used on a glass terrarium, vivarium or paludarium. They can be used as a 24-hour primary or a secondary heat source for tropical and temperate reptiles, amphibians, or any other pets living in a glass terrarium, that require a heat source.
Available in 4 sizes
|Dimension||4×5” (10x13cm)||6″ x 8″ (15 x 20 cm)||8″ x 12″ (20 x 30 cm)||8″ x 18″ (20 x 45 cm)|
|Tank Size By Gallons||1-5 Gal||10-20 Gal||30-40 Gal||50-60 Gal|
Temperature/Species Guideline Chart
|Boas/Pythons 82-90 °F / 28-32°C||Some Tropical Lizards 80-90°F / 27-32°C|
|Bearded Dragons 80-95°F / 27-35°C||Some Desert Lizards 85-95° / 29-35°C|
|Leopard Geckos 75-85°F / 24-29°C||Some Tropical Amphibians 78-82°F / 26-28°C|
|Land Tortoises 82-88°F / 21-26°C||Anoles 75-85°F / 24-29°C|
|Garter Snakes 72-84°F / 22-29°C||Hermit Crabs 75-83°F / 24-28°C|
|Green Iguanas 90-100°F / 32-38°C||Mice/Rats 65-75°F / 18-24°|
* Please refer to your pet’s specific care, as many of these animals will require temperature gradients from multiple heat sources.
Always use a Thermostat Controller and an accurate Thermometer to maintain safe temperature levels for your pet specific needs. An unregulated heat source can cause serious injuries or worse to your pets. Remember, that reptiles and other cold blooded animals do not feel heat like we do, and do not know or understand if they are in danger from too much heat. These heat pads can be used under your terrarium or on the side.
For use on glass terrariums only. Do not use on wood, plastic, acrylic or any other type of enclosure not made of glass. With the exception of the RH-7 Mini Heat pad, which can be used on some plastic terrariums.
Please read all the helpful tips and hints plus all the warranty information found at Zoomed.com
All of Zoo Med’s Under Tank Heaters are UL/cUL approved