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Description

The AgriShift® EL was designed to be placed directly down the center of inspection aisles on standard, enriched or aviary systems. It has T-Tap electrical connectors to allow for easy installation and uses a standard 1/2 inch PVC conduit body as housing.

 

Productivity Enhancement

 

AgriShift® LED lighting makes it easy to provide natural daylight simulation for improved productivity. The Dim-to-Red® technology has been shown to decrease the time to peak production by stimulating ovulation via the release of reproduction stimulating hormones. Sunrise and sunset simulation eliminates the stress of switching lights on and off abruptly. This lessens overall stress in the flock and lowers mortality while improving immune response. Research and on-farm testing have shown immediate changes in bird behavior, increased performance, and lower overall stress indicators.

 

The Science Behind the Technology

 

The AgriShift® EL has a deep red saturated light output with an added blue and green spectrum, benefiting the vision of your animal. The enhanced red spectrum is the only spectrum which stimulates a hen’s hypothalamic and pineal oscillators, helping maintain circadian rhythms and promotes sexual maturity. It also stimulates the release of two reproduction regulating hormones essential for sexual maturation and daily egg production.

 

Warranty

 

Longevity is guaranteed with the AgriShift® EL. A 50,000 hour lifetime is backed by a 5 year (24/7) replacement warranty.

 

Recommended for use with a barn dimmer controller and custom lighting program for optimum results. Not for use in Minnesota.*

 

*Does not meet Minnesota electrical inspection requirements.

Features

  • Improves animal welfare
  • 3W equivalent to 25W incandescent
  • Fully dimmable with sunrise and sunset feature
  • Low-profile, small form factor lighting system
  • Advanced system specialized for layers
  • Dim-to-Red® technology calms flock
  • 5 year (24/7) 50,000 hour warranty
  • Built For Your Barn® design