The Coop Light is a wonderfully practical addition to your chicken coop as it helps to encourage chickens to go back into their coop or run when it gets dark. Powered by the control panel of the Automatic Chicken Coop Door, the light will automatically come on 5 minutes before the door closes if you are using the Time setting on your Autodoor. If you are using the Light setting on your Autodoor the Coop Light will also turn on around 5 minutes before the door closes. On both settings the light will turn off when the door closes.

Another convenient use of the Coop Light is that you can manually switch it on at any time by using the control panel of the Autodoor. This is particularly useful if you get home after dark and need to check that your hens are safely roosting. The light is easy to install and can be attached to the inside of the Eglu Cube (Mk1 or Mk2) or any wooden chicken coop. The light can also be attached to any kind of mesh and if you are using your Autodoor on a chicken run the light can be positioned inside the run instead of in the chicken coop.

The Coop Light comes with everything you need to attach it to your chicken coop or run. Power is supplied from the control panel of the Automatic Chicken Coop Door via a 2 metre long cable, which means that the Coop Light can be positioned up to two meters away from the Autodoor's control panel.

The combined Autodoor and light will have up to 4 months battery life.

Please note that you require Omlet’s Automatic Chicken Coop Door to use the Coop Light.

Coop Light Dimensions: 100mm x 85mm x 15mm

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Weight: 0.400 kg

Height: 5 cm

Width: 11 cm

Length: 12 cm

Brand: Omlet (732 Products)

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Problem Solved! -

We have not used a light on the coop before but it’s was a new young flock (8 hens) and we live in the Highlands (so daylight is at a premium at the moment (November)). We bought them from a grower of commercial flocks and so they had been used to a tightly regulated indoor system and so had to learn to become free range hens! And the light has helped showing them where to go after a day foraging in their run to roost for the night (it took a couple of days but their behaviour now is ‘normal’) going in a out of the coop at the correct times - one happy hen owner!!