TURBRO Neighborhood Chicken Coop Heater, 200 Watts Aluminum Radiant Heat Pet Warmer, Lightweight Flat Panel Heater for Chicks, Hens - 2 Heating Levels, Install by Wall-mounted and Stand Up
Neighborhood CP200A Chicken Coop Heater
SKU: 707-NBH-CP200A In Stock

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  • 🐣Fast Heating: Quickly warm up your chicken coop to make your chickens feel warm and cozy in winter. With 200W radiant heating and an aluminum-made panel, this heater has spreads heat faster and over a larger area than a traditional plastic coop heater.
  • 🐣Warm Safety: UL certified for overheating protection and safe, low power heating ensures the temperature is suitable for keeping chicks warm without overheating. The aluminum panel is durable and corrosion resistant so it never produces a “foul plastic smell” when heating.
  • 🐣Chicks' Favorite Color: Bright yellow is one of two colors that chickens can distinguish and like. The bright yellow heater is like a shining beacon, attracting chickens to come close and get warm.
  • 🐣Anti-Bite Cord: The double-layer wire is resistant to bits and general wear and tear. Not only does it increase the service life of the heater, but it can also prevents short-circuit overheating during use.
  • 🐣Easy Installation: According to the size or room type of the chicken house, it can be installed on the wall or left freestanding to meet the use of different types of chicken coops.

Not all chickens are cold-hardy, especially little chicks. The TURBRO coop heater cab provides comfort and safety for your chicks to prevent frostbite during the cold winter months when they are most vulnerable.

The radiant heating warms up the surrounding area gradually and is energy efficient. With the shining yellow color, chickens can easily find and snuggle close to the panel for warmth without the worry of getting burned.

Heat-Sensitive Sticker

You can easily see the heating process of the heater through the thermal paper clearly outside the coop and don’t need to touch it. The black color is completely cooled down or has not started to heat. When the temperature reaches the highest value, the thermal sticker will gradually turn orange.

IPX4 Waterproof Controller

IPX4 waterproof controller helps to fully protect the heater from water on a rainy day or any liquid accidents. No worry about the potential electric risk for your hens.

Anti-Bite Cords

The wire is wrapped by metal wire inside and a thickened outer shell, which is more wear-resistant and bite-resistant than normal cords. It can work well and won’t peel off the outer shell after long-term use, even if used in a chicken coop or other animal houses.

Protective Case

The protective case provides the safety of pets or livestock and protects the wire better. So that even if the wire is bent and folded many times, the interface will not be easily broken or damaged.

Quiet Operation

Heating with nearly mute which provides a quiet and warm house for your pets on cold days. It keeps working near to your pet but won’t bore their rest or startle them.


  • Model: CP200A
  • Color: Yellow
  • Heat TypeRadiant
  • Power Supply: 200W 110V 3A
  • Heating Level: 100W-Low, 200W-High
  • Material: Aluminum Panel + Steel Legs
  • Panel Temperature: 167 - 185℉
  • Overheating Protection: Yes
  • Certification: UL Test Passed
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 15.8 x 4.7 x 11.8 inch
  • Weight: 4.8 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Leslie T
Animals didn't freeze!

I used the heater in my goat shed instead of for the chickens. It got down to single didget degrees and I wanted to give my goats a little heat and this seemed to work. I put it up on the wall so the could chew on it. It was easy to hang up.

Amber Thibodeau
Chickens seem to like it

So the main thing is my chickens seem to like it. Or if they don't like it they haven't said anything and they still use it. I feel it is safer then the heat lamps however it need a cage built around it to prevent chickens from burning themselves.

MA Wozniak
Does the job

Chickens can actually with stand cold down to - 20 degrees. I live in Virginia where it's never been that cold, however, I like to make sure my chickens are kept comfortable. I like how this came with it's own L brackets to keep the heater upright and it makes me feel safer. It gives off a good amount of heat to make all of my hens comfortable in their hen house.

Anna Whelan
My chickens are happy and warm during these below freezing months of winter!

I was skeptical about having this in our coop with pine shavings, but it is perfect. The chickens have not kicked it over, and it has been safe in the coop for two weeks! I recommend this heater for chickens with below-freezing weather that lasts months during winter.

Jai Sri Astrology
It get's warm, not hot.

I've been using this for several weeks now. I don't have any chickens YET. But it has been freezing cold here so I've used it to keep my pipes from freezing under the cabinets and to keep the cold condensation from forming in the cab of my RV. It has two heat settings, low and hi. It simply radiates some warmth around it, but it doesn't really get HOT to where it would instantly burn the skin...It's advertised as a source of heat for a chicken coup, to keep chickens from freezing in the winter. I wouldn't rely on this device alone to keep chickens from freezing to death. It might help keep them warm, if they snuggled up close to it...But unless your chicken coup is insulated really well. I can't see this producing enough heat to protect them from dying. When the temperatures are in the high 40's and 50's, yes it does warm up the front cab of my RV enough to prevent condensation from forming on the inside of the windows and windshield, and the cab "feels warmer" but when the temperatures are in the 30's and below...Honestly, I can't feel any difference in the cab. The little feet that come with it, do hold it up and make it stable....it also has mounting holes in the back so it can be hung on a wall. The back side of the heater does not get warm at all, only the front. And on the front plate, the logo will appear once the plate warms up, so this is how you can tell if it's on and working. Overall, it's a neat little addition to produce and provide some warmth and I do feel it's a relatively safe device with little chance of actually burning anybody or starting a fire. But I wouldn't rely on it to keep animals alive in freezing temperatures unless the heater and the animals were confined to a very small area. Or it was placed in a location where the animals could snuggle right up against it safely to get warm.