Universal Lighting Technologies

   Kohl’s Warranty Program Fixture
          and Ballast Guide
Who is ULT?
ULT is a Fluorescent Ballast Manufacturer that
will warranty their ballasts for 6 years from store
opening dat...
What is a Ballast?
           A ballast is a device that
           regulates power to a
           fluorescent lighting
 ...
Kohl’s Sales Floor
Differences between Lamps
                  T8 Lamps are larger and
                  usually are found all
              ...
T8 / T5 Lamps
                           T8 U-shaped Lamp


Larger T8 and Smaller T5




                           T8 U-s...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
    3-Lamp T8 Ballast    2-Lamp T8 Ballast




     Part Number...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
   2-Lamp T8 Ballast with   2-Lamp T8 Ballast with
  narrow U-s...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
  Ex. Of Bad 2-Lamp T8 Ballast   Ex. Of Bad 4-Lamp T8 Ballast
 ...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
  Ex. Of Bad 1-Lamp T8 Ballast   Ex. Of Bad 2-Lamp T5 Ballast
 ...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
                                                   Fixtures fro...
Compact Fluorescent Lamps

  13W CF Lamp             26W CF Lamp




                Note: These are usually in newer stor...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
    1-Lamp 13W Compact                                         ...
Compact Fluorescent Biax Lamps

   Biax CF Lamp                                    Base of Biax CF Lamp




   *Notice the...
Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on
           Sales Floor
                               Another Ex. of 2-Lamp
   Ex. of ...
Non-ULT Ballasts
Jewelry Cases/Beauty Banks
Not a ULT Ballast
Halogen Spot Lamps on Track   Spot Lamps (Halogen or new
          Lighting                    Metalarc)
Not a ULT Ballast
  Decorative lighting with
   Incandescent Lamps




Ex. Of Incandescent Lamps
Not a ULT Ballast
M100 HID Fixture (usually     Contains Sylvania M100
located in entrance-way)    Metalarc lamps (ex. is ...
Not a ULT Ballast
M100 HID Fixture in Track                      Fixture turned off – Has M100
    Lighting Fixture       ...
Not a ULT Ballast
                     Another ex. Emergency
Emergency Lighting
                            Lighting
Not a ULT Ballast

Lighting in Beauty Wall Units   Lighting in Beauty Banks
Not a ULT Ballast

Lighting in Jewelry Cases   Lighting in Beauty Wall Units
Other Issues
                                         Sometimes the problem is
                                         la...
Reference Guide
 Lamps must be replaced prior to all requests. If new lamps still do not work, then submit a
claim on your...
Customer Support
If at any time you have a question as to
the type of ballast you need, please
contact your RMC or Corpora...
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Ult Kohl's Ballast Guide

  1. 1. Universal Lighting Technologies Kohl’s Warranty Program Fixture and Ballast Guide
  2. 2. Who is ULT? ULT is a Fluorescent Ballast Manufacturer that will warranty their ballasts for 6 years from store opening date. ULT should be contacted if 5 or more of their fluorescent fixtures are not working. Please be sure to check all lamps in fixture first! ULT does not cover: Halogen Lamps or Spot Lights Socket, Sensor, or Electrical Issues Jewelry Cases/Beauty Banks
  3. 3. What is a Ballast? A ballast is a device that regulates power to a fluorescent lighting fixture. If a ballast goes out (or is defective) the lamps will no longer have power. A good indication of a bad ballast is a fixture with all lamps dark… However, all lamps should be checked first to be sure.
  4. 4. Kohl’s Sales Floor
  5. 5. Differences between Lamps T8 Lamps are larger and usually are found all throughout the store from the sales floor to cornice lighting to stockrooms. T5 Lamps are thinner and more energy efficient. These are usually found in newer stores (2007+) near displays, customer service, and some restrooms. The “T” signifies the diameter in 1/8ths of an inch. T8 = 8/8ths (1” diam.) (1” ths (.625” diam.) T5 = 5/8 (.625”
  6. 6. T8 / T5 Lamps T8 U-shaped Lamp Larger T8 and Smaller T5 T8 U-shaped Lamp
  7. 7. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor 3-Lamp T8 Ballast 2-Lamp T8 Ballast Part Number: B332 Part Number: B232
  8. 8. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor 2-Lamp T8 Ballast with 2-Lamp T8 Ballast with narrow U-shaped Lamps wide U-shaped Lamps Part Number: B232 Part Number: B232
  9. 9. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor Ex. Of Bad 2-Lamp T8 Ballast Ex. Of Bad 4-Lamp T8 Ballast in Wall Cornice Lighting in Wall Cornice Lighting Part Number: B232 Part Number: B432
  10. 10. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor Ex. Of Bad 1-Lamp T8 Ballast Ex. Of Bad 2-Lamp T5 Ballast in Wall Cornice Lighting in Wall Cornice Lighting Part Number: B132 Part Number: B228
  11. 11. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor Fixtures from a Different 1 or 2-Lamp T5 Ballast Angle with Angled Reflectors Part Number: B228 *These fixtures are usually in newer stores and have the thin, smaller lamps Part Number: B228
  12. 12. Compact Fluorescent Lamps 13W CF Lamp 26W CF Lamp Note: These are usually in newer stores
  13. 13. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor 1-Lamp 13W Compact 2-Lamp 13W Compact Fluorescent Ballast Fluorescent Ballast Part Number: C213 Part Number: C213 *When submitting request, please include if lamp is small 13 Watt or larger 26 Watt lamps (see previous page for pictures.)
  14. 14. Compact Fluorescent Biax Lamps Biax CF Lamp Base of Biax CF Lamp *Notice the base – not to be confused with the narrow T8 U-tube lamp!
  15. 15. Examples of ULT Ballast Fixtures on Sales Floor Another Ex. of 2-Lamp Ex. of 2-Lamp Compact Compact Fluorescent Biax Fluorescent Biax Fixtures Fixtures Part Number: C242 Part Number: C242
  16. 16. Non-ULT Ballasts Jewelry Cases/Beauty Banks
  17. 17. Not a ULT Ballast Halogen Spot Lamps on Track Spot Lamps (Halogen or new Lighting Metalarc)
  18. 18. Not a ULT Ballast Decorative lighting with Incandescent Lamps Ex. Of Incandescent Lamps
  19. 19. Not a ULT Ballast M100 HID Fixture (usually Contains Sylvania M100 located in entrance-way) Metalarc lamps (ex. is burnt) Note: These lamps are expensive and usually only in newer stores.
  20. 20. Not a ULT Ballast M100 HID Fixture in Track Fixture turned off – Has M100 Lighting Fixture HID lamps *These are located all over the 2008+ stores.
  21. 21. Not a ULT Ballast Another ex. Emergency Emergency Lighting Lighting
  22. 22. Not a ULT Ballast Lighting in Beauty Wall Units Lighting in Beauty Banks
  23. 23. Not a ULT Ballast Lighting in Jewelry Cases Lighting in Beauty Wall Units
  24. 24. Other Issues Sometimes the problem is lamp failure – simply replace burnt lamps with new ones from stock (see picture). If your ballast is humming loudly or all lamps are flickering excessively, the ballast may be defective and will need replacing. If your fixture starts smoking the problem may be with the wiring, bad sockets, or a bad Middle lamp is going bad and far right ballast. Please put as much lamp is burnt-out. detail in the notes as possible.
  25. 25. Reference Guide Lamps must be replaced prior to all requests. If new lamps still do not work, then submit a claim on your ServiceChannel network for the below part numbers. Please give detailed explanation for each location and issue in the notes section. 1-lamp T8 = B132 2-lamp T8 = B232 2-lamp U-shaped T8 = B232 3-lamp T8 = B332 4-lamp T8 = B432 1-lamp T5 = B228 2-lamp T5 = B228 1-lamp 13W CF = C213 2-lamp 13W CF = C213 1-lamp 26W CF = C242 2-lamp 26W CF = C242 2-lamp Biax CF = C242
  26. 26. Customer Support If at any time you have a question as to the type of ballast you need, please contact your RMC or Corporate Office directly. Service Channel: https://kohls.servicechannel.com RMC’s Corporate Office: Mike Seidel – mike.seidel@kohls.com Frank Jackson – frank.jackson@kohls.com
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