For parallel lamp operation in analog dimming applications, Universal Lighting Technologies has introduced the new VariPRO 0-to-10-Volt Ballast for T8, T5, and T5HO linear fluorescent lamps. All models have extensive secondary application lists, including energy-saving lamps and single-lamp applications. These ballasts provide an extraordinarily cost-effective solution for controllability down to 5% dimming with standard 0-10VDC […]
Universal Lighting Technologies brings parallel lamp operation to step-dimming applications with the new LevelPRO family of high-efficiency ballasts. Flip one switch to cut power to lighting fixtures by 50 percent; flip another to cut the lights off entirely. And the entire lighting fixture remains evenly illuminated whether at full or half power. Ideal for classrooms, […]
For controllability and energy savings in frequently switched applications, Universal Lighting Technologies has introduced the new ULTim8 Programmed Start Series of T8 linear fluorescent ballasts, designed to simplify compliance with legislative and code requirements that call for controllable lighting technologies such as occupancy sensors. Featuring parallel lamp operation and ultra fast start times (
Inside Building 801 at the Boeing facility in Long Beach, California, there’s no shortage of big brains and high-tech marvels. That’s where the company is busy designing military aircraft such as the C17 “Globemaster III” transport plane for the U.S. Air Force. The building houses a wide variety of impressive technologies, some of which have […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2011 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Universal Lighting Technologies’ Demand Control Lighting (DCL) solution. DCL is designed to save time and money on installation, significantly lower energy consumption, and reduce payback periods. DEMANDflex ballasts are high-efficiency program-start ballasts with the flexibility to […]
New 39W mini-square eHID ballasts are now available from Universal Lighting Technologies. These units feature universal input voltage in the mini-square platform, including “footed,” “top lead with studs,” and “studs with 120V tap” versions. Ideal for replacing both 120V and 277V models with a single SKU, the 39W mini-square eHID ballast simplifies inventory, saving time and trouble for OEMs, distributors, and contractors. In addition, these ballasts feature a higher degree of component integration for greater noise immunity and enhanced startability.
Universal Lighting Technologies is targeting grocery store facilities with the opportunity to slash monthly power bills with new lighting technologies and energy management tools. The new marketing push, which includes print ads and brochures, is designed to educate facility managers for major chains and independent grocers how they can improve their lighting environments while reducing energy costs. Click here to download a new brochure detailing the benefits of energy-efficient lighting for supermarkets.
DCL Control Systems are now even easier to use, thanks to the new WTDCL Time Controller from Universal Lighting Technologies. With this user-friendly device, all programming, including basic configuration of the DCL system, is achieved by front-panel keystrokes. No computer or special commissioning tools are required.
By communicating with DEMANDflex high-efficiency ballasts over existing power lines, DCL eliminates the need for expensive re-wiring in existing buildings, and it lowers the time and expense of new construction. And now, the WTDCL Time Controller adds a new dimension of flexibility and simplicity in programming.
To better serve its rapidly growing customer base in Latin America and among the Spanish-speaking population in the United States, Universal Lighting Technologies recently launched the Spanish-language version of its company website. Visitors can access the new site directly at www.unvlt.com/espanol, or by visiting www.unvlt.com and clicking the ES icon at the top right of the screen.
Universal Lighting Technologies has been named a Platinum Supplier by IMARK Group, a member-owned association of more than 1,100 independently owned electrical distributors throughout the United States. In order to earn Platinum status, a manufacturing company must meet 11 out of 11 of IMARK’s annual goals for sales growth, member participation in exclusive marketing and promotion strategies, and an overall commitment to maximizing the success of its distribution partners. This is the second year in a row that IMARK has bestowed the distinction of Platinum Supplier on Universal Lighting Technologies.