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It has been no secret that ultraviolet lights have been around for many years. They work great for sterilizing areas like in a science lab, and in the past 10-20 years, your home. Now, the technology has advanced to do even more with ultraviolet lights.

It will kill germs and viruses much like you expect ultraviolet lamps to do, but the second part will react with the cage around the bulb. The cage is painted with a special coating that reacts with the bulb to render VOC's inert. This means common odors around the house are neutralized. The treatment amount can be adjusted based on square footage, as it also produces Ozone as part of it's reaction.

Once dialed in you will be very excited with how well this system operates. It takes a big bite out of common household odors, and delivers powerful germ killing which is very important in the winter. We have hundreds of these installed in the valley and customers have been very happy with results.


The UVPhotoMAX comes with a lifetime system part warranty. The warranty covers all parts except the bulb. There is a 1 year labor warranty on the system when we install it.

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The UVPhotoMAX does not require maintenance outside of changing the bulb every 2 years. While the bulb will continue to operate past 2 years, it is no longer efficient for use and should be replaced for best results. Changing a bulb only takes about 5-10 minutes and is safe to do if you wish to do it yourself. We have found most customers will have us replace the bulb when we are out for their annual maintenance on their furnace.

Important: The UVPhotoMAX will trigger for UV Light replacement on a yearly basis. You can, however, replace it every 2 years. You can reset the chirping alarm by pressing the reset button which is set in on the power pack (meaning you cannot push it with your finger). Use a plastic piece to push in and reset it.

If you wish to do it yourself here are the steps.

  1. Unplug the power from the photomax. On the signature series model it is a standard molex plug like a computer accepts.
  2. You'll see there are 4 screws total holding the unit to the duct work, two of them will need to be removed, the top left and bottom right screw.
  3. With those two screws removed you should be able to slide off the power pack. If it doesn't slide off smoothly take your time and wiggle it off.
  4. Inside you will see the light bulb screwed in with two screws. Undo those two screws and slide the bulb out. Important: Be sure not to pull hard, the end plastic cap sometimes gets caught while sliding the bulb out, if it gets stuck wiggle the bulb to free it and then continue to slide out slowly.
  5. Replace with new bulb and be sure to line the screw holes up so the power pack will attach. Put in the two screws and do not overtighten.
  6. Slide on the power pack making sure to line up with the unit. Take your time and do not put too much pressure. You should feel the bulb and the power pack connect and slide in.
  7. Put the two screws back onto the cabinet and connect the power. If your diagnostic light is still red you can press the reset button on the unit for 10-15 seconds.

As always we offer phone support if you're running into problems. If you're a customer of ours give us a call and we will walk you though it and answer any questions you have.

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