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document Electronics III Audio Connection
The attached document shows the proper connection for systems with Electronic II components.
rating 21 May, 2013 Comments: 0
document General Information: Black Lamp Ends
When a lamp fires it ejects and burns carbon built up on the exterior of the filament in the ends of the lamps.  This is a normal occurance and cannot be prevented.  If you, however, are noticing excess amounts of darkening at the ends of the lamps it can indicate other issues...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Ergoline or Soltron unit software
Please review the chart below to determine the correct version of software for the unit in question.  Software may be downloaded at www.jk-globalservice.com from the software download page. (Login Required) Article-...
rating 21 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Freight Damage Policy and Claim Procedure
JK|Products and Services is not responsible for shipments received damaged that are not noted as damaged when signed for. Please inspect all shipments from JK|Products and Services for damage both to the packaging and the the contents.  If damage is found, have the damage noted before...
rating 29 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Lamp Color Variations
* Some manufacturers make lamps that have two different colored phosphors inside the same lamp. You may have seen advertisements of lamps that are 1/3 pink and 2/3 blue. * These lamps are usually designed for salon owners that have tanning equipment that did not originally come with a...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Lamp Compatability
* Most states are required by either their state regulatory office or by the FDA to use either the original lamp that came in the tanning unit, or a compatible replacement. * Compatibility is set by the FDA guideline that states the following: -The replacement lamp's output must be...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Lamp Life Expectancy
* Most manufacturers will have a rated life time for lamp they make. This information should be given to you at the time you purchase your lamps. Most lamp distributors have that information readily available. If not, ask them to contact the lamp manufacturer for you. Or, you can call them...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Malfunctioning Lamps
* Lamp ends glowing: replace starters. * Flickering: usually caused by failed starters; replace. * Swirling: caused by impurities in the lamps. Run the unit through 2 or 3 sessions and they should disappear. * Orange or other colored "streaks": caused by air leaks through cracks...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Maximum Exposure Time
* A bed was designed to operate with a particular type of lamp (or a compatible replacement) to achieve the session length it is labeled with. The following factors of bed design play a part in the session length: -Ballasts -Reflectors -Acrylics -Voltage -Distance between lamp and...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: New lamps not lighting
* During shipping, it is possible that a lamp was damaged. Sometimes, the cracks may be so tiny that you cannot see them, but they allow the gases to escape. The lamp will not light. Contact the company you purchased the lamp from for their policy on freight damage. * A certain...
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document General Information: Poor Tanning Results with New Lamps
* When is the last time you replaced your acrylics? You may want to take readings with a UV meter, one with the acrylic on, another with the acrylic off. If there is a difference of 20% or more, replace your acrylic. See the FAQ sections on acrylics and UV meters for more information. *...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Reflector Lamps
* RUVA is a lamp that has a special reflective coating inside the lamp. They generally have a lower UVB percentage, such as 2.6. * Other lamp manufacturers designate that their lamps have built-in reflectors by using the letter "R". If it just has an R, that usually means that the lamp is a...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Serial Number Locations on Ergoline and Soltron Equipment
Serial numbers on these units may be located in the following locations: On the back right side of the unit near the power connection Under the front foot end corner of the canopy acrylic. Specific locations for serial number, electrical, and exposure labels may be found in...
rating 14 Jan, 2013 Comments: 0
document General Information: Storing Lamps
* No. Lamps can be stored indefinitely. If you receive lamps with a relatively "old" date code, there is no need to worry. The gases, phosphors, and other components used to manufacture lamps do not expire or deteriorate. The only way a lamp "goes bad" is by running it. * Lamps that...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document General Information: Variations in Visable Light from Lamps
* Different lamp manufacturers choose different colored phosphors to use in their lamps. Phosphors are the specially blended coating inside lamps that allow through UV light. * The color itself has little to no effect on the type of tan that it gives. Whether a company chooses pink,...
rating 11 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0
document Serial Numbers on the AD350
The serial number for the Advantage 350 is located inside the canopy. If you are laying inside the tanning bed the serial number is located at the footend of the bed on the inside rail of the canopy. 
rating 10 Dec, 2012 Comments: 0