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Depends on the brand but most get up to 115 degrees and then cut off. So that area right around the blanket can be 90 to 120 degrees depending on the cage set-up. Always use a thermostate on them, some have internal ones but I do not trust them (had one go bad on me, luckly it just shut off rather then heat too high.