No. I tried like crazy to find one emitting wavelengths between 320 and four hundred nm. ZooMed recent took their fluorescent UVA emitter out of production. There are industrial UVA emitters, but they are very expensive, so it wasn't worth my time to find out how much of the UVA spectrum they emitted. Zoomed still has a type A bulb that emits UVA, but in unknown quantity and unknown wavelengths.
Outside time is where your guy can get good doses of UVA. UVA penetrates deeper into human skin than UVB. It might have important effects for iguanas.