There are those lamps like e.g. "ReptiGlow" for pet reptilians, to keep them healthy, the output being graded e.g. by habitat: jungle (trees somewhat reduce the UV that hits the animals), or desert (full sun exposure). Alas, I have found nothing about the exact wavelengths those kind of lamps produce, and the exact wavelengths human skin needs to produce vitamin-D.
The example used, "ReptiGlow", claims to mimic the UV mix of the sun, with the same kind of UV-A, UV-B mix.
Can such reptilian lamps actually be used to effectively produce vitamin-D in humans, e.g. countering European Winter, without harmful side effects? If generally so - how would one determine the needed exposure (lamp output, distance to skin, exposure time)?