Summary of Benefits

  • Reduce energy consumption and costs by 50-70% 
  • Reduce GHG emissions associated with energy consumption 
  • Dramatically reduce maintenance costs associated with labor and parts due to an average 100,000 hour lifetime
  • Eliminate landfill proliferation due to the long life lifecycle
  • Eliminate hazardous mercury being added to our landfills by using 100% (solid) recyclable mercury
  • Lowers heat loads on HVAC systems
  • Allows for a more healthful and more productive work environment with better light quality and no flicker

Nice Concept

  • No Internal electrodes
    • Produces exceptionally long life span.
  • Extremely high energy conversion from the high frequency electronic generators yields 98% efficiency
    • Translates into monumental cost savings from 50% to 85% in energy
    • Significant maintenance cost reduction

A Green Alternative

  • Simplified recycling
  • Mercury exists in solid form (amalgam)
  • More energy efficient than HID lighting
  • Less waste generated than conventional lighting
  • No back propagation of harmonics and a power factor (PF) > .95
  • Negligible in-rush current lowers demand charges
    • Zero maintenance for 10 years
    • No replacement parts required
  • Qualifies for Carbon Credits

Other Considerations

  • May qualify for utility rebates and government grants
  • Qualifies for Federal tax credits
  • High CRI = Greater clarity on CCT
  • No strobe interference with security cameras assures better imaging



  • Unmatched 100,000 hour rated bulb life!
  • Reduce energy costs up to 85%
  • 2 Times more light output than LEDs
  • Excellent Lumen Maintenance, 80% over 10 yrs.
  • Lowest lifetime cost of any light source
  • Universal voltage standard 120V~277 and 310V~520V
  • Replace Metal Halides 1-for-1
  • Unlimited On/Off cycles with Instant Re-Strike
  • Operates 800° cooler than HID sources
  • Scotopically Enhanced from 5000k to 10,500K with Color Rendition Index ( CRI) > .90
  • Qualify for Carbon Credits
  • Federal Government Tax Deductions
  • State and utility Incentives
  • LEED Qualification / Project Feasibility
  • Spectral tuning from UV to infrared

Reduction in Hazardous Waste

  • Mercury in Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting is in solid amalgam like dental filling for teeth.  There is no dispersed mercury like fluorescent bulbs.
  • Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting advantages include:
    • Less mercury content per lamp than most commercial lamps
    • Solid amalgam mercury compared to the more volatile liquid mercury in most lamps
    • Long 100,000 hours lamp life compared with all other commercial lamps


Features and Benefits

  • Wide operating temperatures (-40C to 50C)
    • Used in harsh to ideal environments
    • Cold storage and freezer applications
    • High temperature factories
    • Does not effect lumen output
  • CRI > .95
    • See colors with better clarity
    • Shipping labels are easier read
    • Working environment is safer and more comfortable
  • Power factor > .95
    • Operation is very efficient
    • Produces maximum light for amount of power used
    • 98% efficient – 5% ballast overhead loss
    • 95 – 105 lumens per watt is highest for magnetic induction
  • 100% flicker free  with no hum or harmonics.
    • Improved work environment
    • Increased worker efficiency
  • Lumen maintenance of 90% over 90% of rated lifecycle
    • Lights last 5 to 10 times longer than traditional lighting
    • No changing bulbs or ballasts for 10 years
    • Consistent quality light over a long period of time
  • Wide power (wattage) range
    • Used in many applications from 40w in ceiling mounted garages to 400w in high ceiling factory applications
    • Fixtures available for most applications
  • 120 ~ 277 volt and 310~520 volt self adjusting ballasts
    • One ballast for a wide variety of voltages
    • Don’t need a variety of fixtures



Typical Applications

  • High Bay lighting for warehouses and manufacturing facilities
  • Arenas, tennis courts, sports fields, ski slopes and snow sports venues
  • Railway stations, airports, bus stations
  • Tunnels, bridges, marinas, shipyards, port terminals
  • Street lighting, parking lots, garages, building wall exteriors, roofs
  • Retail stores, entrance ways, security lighting
  • Street signs, billboards
  • Residential applications

















Want To Know More ?


Human vision

  • Retina consists of rod and cone cells
  • Cone cells are adapted to detect colors and function in bright light
  • Human retina contains about 6 million cone cells
  • Rod cells are more sensitive, but do not detect color as well, adapted for low light
  • Human retina contains about 125 million rod cells, more sensitive to blue & relatively insensitive to wave lengths above 640 nm (red)


Photopic vs. Scotopic vision

Scotopic vision

  • Monochromatic or night vision
  • Response curves used in light meter does not take scotopic vision into account


Photopic vision

  • Human vision under well lit conditions
  • Response curves used in light meter is set to the spectral sensitivity of photopic vision


Scotopic/Photopic Ratio

  • The ratio of the scotopic light vs. the photopic light is called the S/P ratio
  • Determines the apparent visual brightness of a light source
  • The S/P ratio of a lamp is important
    • Provides a number which can be used to multiply the output reading of a lamp using conventional meter to determine how much light is useful to the human eye (visually Effective Lumen) a lamp produces

S / P Example

  • S/P ratio of LPS (SOX) lamp is 0.35, because lamp is almost monochromatic, produces its vast majority of light in the yellow region


Comparison of Ultra-Tech™ Lamps with HID

  • Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting lamps are scotopically enhanced, therefore appear brighter to the eye and enhance visual acuity


120W SOX vs 120W Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting

  • 120W Sodium (50~140 Lumens/W), vs 120W Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting (95~105 Lumens/W) lamps
    • 120W LPS: 120W x 140L/W = 16,800x0.35=5,880 lumens of light useful to human vision
  • The S/P ratio of a lamp is important
    • Provides a number which can be used to multiply the output reading of a lamp using conventional meter to determine how much light is useful to the human eye (visually Effective Lumen) a lamp produces
    • 120W Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting: 120 x 80L/W = 10,200 x 1.96 = 18,816 lumens of light useful to human vision -X3 useful light for the same amount of energy not counting generator consumption
  • This is why you can use lower wattage Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lamps to achieve same or better results with 50% to 85% energy savings

400W Sodium vs. 200W Ultra-Tech™ Induction Lighting

  • 400W MH x 54.6 L/W = 21,840 L x 1.49 = 32,541 useful lumens
  • 200W x 81 L/W = 16,200 L x 1.96 = 31,752 useful lumen

Introducing Ultra-Efficient Lighting from Ultra-Tech™


Here’s how you can reduce high intensity lighting costs by as much as 85%! The all-new ingenious Ultra-Tech™ lamps combine modern drivers (ballasts) and phosphorous coatings with Nikola Tesla’s  magnetic induction coils to convert high frequency energy into full spectrum light.

The system acts like a transformer with the inductor as the primary coil, while mercury atoms form a single turn secondary coil. Electrical energy is coupled through the glass wall to excite the mercury atoms.

A variation of this technology uses a light bulb shaped glass lamp with a test tube shaped centre cavity. The glass is phosphor coated on the inside and filled with inert gas. The induction coil is wound around a shaft inserted into the central cavity that is excited by high frequency energy provided by an external electronic driver (ballast).

This produces an exceptionally long life span since there are no internal electrodes. Extremely high energy conversion from the high frequency electronic ballasts yields 98% efficiency. This translates into monumental cost savings up to 85% in both energy and maintenance costs when compared other technologies including LEDs.

Like conventional fluorescent lamps, varying the phosphor coating provides different color temperatures and specific frequency output. Ballasts rectify incoming AC voltage while solid state circuitry converts this DC current to a very high frequency between 2.65 and 13.6 MHz (depending on lamp). This high frequency feeds the coil wrapped around the inductor’s ferrite core, creating a strong magnet field in the inductor. This couples the energy through the glass and into the mercury atoms inside the tube.

Ballasts control circuitry regulates the frequency and current to the induction coil to insure stable lamp operation. Ultra-Tech™ lamps do not require a worm-up or cool-dawn. Microprocessor controlled ballast circuits operate near 98% efficiency, resulting in only a 2% energy loss compared with 10¬% to 30% wasted in traditional “core and coil” designs.

Ultra-Tech™ lamps are rated at 100,000 hours with over 85% energy savings, and better quality light. The ultra-strong lamp tube is made of hard silicon glass with a melting point of 1600 degrees Celsius. The IC Ballast more intelligent, smaller, lighter and longer lasting than conventional electronic ballasts. The design is more stable and engineered to last 5-7 times longer than conventional electronic ballasts.

The magnetic loop technology has superior stability and is better shielded from electromagnetic interference. The ballasts are certified for the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, India, and Western Europe. (UL, UL-C, CCC, CE, CB). Lamps and ballasts are designed to operate in temperatures between -40 C to +60 C.

A Range of Types and Wattages

  • Separate lamp and ballast style, round shaped (TX) are available in: 40W, 60W, 80W, 120W, 150W, 200W, 250W, 300W, and 400W.  The same wattages are available in rectangular bulbs.
  • Compact style combined lamp and ballast (110 to 220 volt only) available in low wattages of 15W, 23W and 40W.

Lamps are engineered with no electrode to last over 11 years operating 24 hours per day. The Color Rendering Index (CRI) is above 90 with color temperatures of 2,000K to 10,500K. The higher CRI makes objects look bright, clear and natural. When the luminous efficiency is above 90Lm/W, color rendering is perfect. It is easier to differentiate colors with a higher CRI

Ownership Costs

Total ownership costs include capital, energy, and maintenance costs. Ultra-Tech™’s induction lamp technology is engineered to last 100,000 hours or 11 years while metal halide lamp technology lasts only 20,000 hours or 1.56 years. Metal halide lamp systems would be changed 5 times in same 11 years using Ultra-Tech™ technology.  Typical return on investment ranges from 1 to 5 years depending on the project and energy costs.  LED has not been field tested long enough to substantiate claims of 50,000 or 100,000 hour lifecycles.