The AgriShift® JLP provides an optimized color spectrum with full dimming capability, essential for healthy bird development during early growth stages. Designed with Dim-to-Blue® technology, it enhances animal welfare and provides uniform coverage throughout any facility.
The AgriShift® JLP offers a retrofit solution for modern poultry houses and fits directly into existing electrical junction boxes, while the durable, Built For Your Barn®, design reduces electrical, maintenance and labor costs.
Science and Technology
The AgriShift® JLP has an enhanced blue/green spectrum with added red content for early bird development. Green light increases growth during the early stage of development, while blue light is shown to be helpful in the growth of poultry at a later age by elevating plasma androgens. Other studies show that blue light can calm birds, reduce corticosterone levels and heterophil:lymphocyte ratios—blood markers for short- and long-term stress, and positively affect blood glucose and triglyceride levels. Learn more in 科学.
|Dim-to-Blue® technology encourages uniform growth by offering healthy bird development during every growth stage.|
|A Built For Your Barn® design uses techniques and materials that withstand harsh barn environment for years to come.|
|AgriShift® lighting systems “shift” spectrum and intensity, meeting the individual needs of your animals.|
|Nominal Power||8W (at full intensity)|
|Luminous Flux||800 lm human photopic
1355 lm poultry photopic (120V)
|Input Voltage||120 VAC/ 60 Hz|
|Light Output Equivalence||Up to 40W incandescent|
|Spectral Output||Pullet specific red with blue/green enhanced white|
|Operating Temperature||-20oC to 40oC / -4oF to 104oF|
|Dimmable Range||100% to 5%, dims to blue white moonlight|
|Dimmer Type||Phase Modulation or Amplitude Control*|
|Environmental Ratings||Suitable for wet locations, RoHs Compliant|
|Safety||Conforms to UL Std. 1598
Certified to CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 250
Dimensions photo coming soon.
The spectral output charts below show the AgriShift® JLP 120V at 100% (left) compared to it dimmed to 20% (right), while demonstrating how a chicken sees the light (dotted line).