Press Release Summary:
Available in 120 and 277 V models with ballast factor of 1.18, two-lamp High Lumen ULTim8 Linear Fluorescent Ballasts include auto-restrike and anti-striation control features. To facilitate installation, units feature same wiring and mounting footprint as conventional ballasts, but have low profile housing. They are suitable for replacing 4-lamp T12 or 2-lamp T8 systems and for high bay fixture applications.
Original Press Release:
Universal Lighting Introduces Two-Lamp High Lumen ULTim8 Ballast
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 13, 2006) - Universal Lighting Technologies has expanded its high-efficiency line of ULTim8® ballasts for energy savings in retrofit and new construction. The new two-lamp High Lumen ULTim8 ballasts can cut power consumption by 40 percent compared to T12 ballasts, and they are even five percent more efficient than standard electronic T8 ballasts.
Universal Lighting's new ULTim8(TM) high efficiency ballast family is the biggest energy-saving breakthrough in linear fluorescent lighting in a quarter century. High Lumen ULTim8 ballasts are designed to provide optimum lighting efficiency in applications where maximum light output is required with a minimum number of lamps. Even greater energy savings can be achieved with used with the new F32T8/ES (30 Watt) or F28T8 (28 Watt) lamps.
Our dedicated voltage ULTim8 ballasts (120-and 277-volt models) have a ballast factor of 1.18 and offer auto-restrike and anti-striation control. For simple installation, the ULTim8 has the same wiring and mounting footprint as conventional ballasts but is designed with a low-profile housing for versatility. These ballasts are ideal for replacing four-lamp T12 or two-lamp T8 systems and for high bay fixture applications.
For more information on Universal Lighting Technologies and the ULTim8 family of ballasts, call 1-800-BALLAST or visit the Web site at www.universalballast.com.
For nearly six decades, Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., has been bringing power and precision to the world's most innovative lighting. Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., with operations and distribution worldwide, the products of Universal Lighting Technologies are marketed under the Universal® and Triad® brand names. Universal Lighting Technologies is focused on designing, manufacturing and distributing the industry's finest lighting ballasts and controls. Universal Lighting Technologies-Energy Intelligence in Lighting.