AgriShift® HL-UVA for Broilers and Layers

• Low voltage
• Promotes animal welfare
• Uses ultraviolet A (UVA) light radiation
• Designed provides customizable installation
• Improves animal recognition and feeding cues
• Advanced system specialized for poultry
• Made with a natural light spectrum
Built For Your Barn® design

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AgriShift® HL-UVA for Broilers and Layers


About This Product

Product Details

The AgriShift® HL-UVA is a 3W LED designed to focus on the ecological importance UV perception plays in the signaling and communication of avian species, improving their overall welfare. Unlike humans, poultry can detect ultraviolet (UVA) spectrum wavelengths and even show a preference for artificial lighting environments with supplemental UVA.

Science and Technology

Using UVA and AgriShift® technology, the AgriShift® HL-UVA fixture targets specific visual and non-visual ospins in poultry, which enables refined clarity and recognition of each other and their feed. The improved ability to pick up on social cues around them helps to enhance production, lower mortality and have an overall greater immune response.

Built For Your Barn logo A Built For Your Barn® design uses techniques and materials that withstand harsh barn environment for years to come.
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AgriShift® lighting systems “shift” spectrum and intensity, meeting the individual needs of your animals.

Electrical Specifications

Nominal Power 3W (at full intensity)
Luminous Flux 0.64 Im human photopic
Input Voltage 23-60VDC
Beam Angle  120o
Spectral Output Poultry-specific UVA wavelength (383 nm peak)
Operating Temperature -20ºC to 45ºC / -4ºF to 104ºF
Dimmability Range 100% to 2%
Dimmer Type Pulse Width Modulations (PMW)
Environmental Ratings ROHS Compliant
Safety UL 2108, UL 1598, UL 8750
CSA 250.0-08


Scientifically Proven Results

Behavioral and Production Responses of W-36 Chicks to Supplementary UVA Light 
Iowa State University, 2018
Kai Liu, Kailao Wang, Tao Fei, Lilong Chai, Hongwei Xin

The study demonstrates the attracting effect of UVA light at 15% inclusion rate under LED illumination on chicks in terms of time spent and feed use. A large-scale and long-term study to further verify the positive effects of UVA inclusion seems warranted. Read more on the UVA and UVC Case Studies page.

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