Emulation of the biological circadian rhythm by changing gradually during the course of the day from a full daylight spectrum at 8000K with UVA to a night-time spectrum at 2000K with near-infrared.

The computer is easy to operate using a touch panel with four options. The software and locked presets gradually adjust the colour wavelengths, light intensities, and day lengths to the appropriate spectrum for the ethological needs of the animal in question.

In the event of pecking, whether mild or serious, it is easy to instigate the pecking program with operator control of light colour, duration and intensity in the red spectrum.

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