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Get connected today”


Connected lighting solutions are steadily emerging to be the value pillar within the lighting industry. In order to further boost the smart lighting era within the professional setup, we have launched wireless lighting components that work with the Philips field app MC. This wireless lighting system works in a stand-alone mode (without a gateway) to enable completely automated lighting for users. It is designed to be simple and quick to setup and has been successfully validated by a wide installer base.


Our connected solution offers widespread scalability starting from room-based simple dimming to luminaire- based granular dimming; all the way to advanced use cases such as scheduling or cloud-based benefits via the gateway. A connected network composed of Xitanium wireless drivers, EasyAir SNS210 or EasyAir SNS410 enable applications in schools, healthcare facilities, offices, shops, assembly areas or warehouses. Now you can easily enable any use case by setting up these lighting components via the Philips field app MC.


The uniqueness of our connected proposition is that all its products operate over open standards, resulting in a choice of component supplier(s) to all OEMs. This is a great benefit as it helps drive the industry towards lower costs, while ensuring sustainability for the end user. This means that without changing any components, newer components (built on the same open protocols) can be added to the lighting plan at a later moment in time.


Our connected solution delivers on the promise of being simple, scalable and standardized. Go stand-alone, get connected now!


energy and costs


Benefits of our connected solution For the OEM/installer: • simple and quick setup of lights • single app for different applications: office, retail and industry


• access sharing and transfer of project data • choice of in-field configuration to suit lighting requirements of any space • cost-effective components.


For the end-user: • adapt lighting setup at any time • comfortable automated lighting experience • energy reporting on phone • variety of switches to suit local needs and project look and feel


• secure system • future-proof and peace of mind: stand-alone system can be upgraded to gateway.


Priyanka Kumar EMEA product manager sensors


Philips OEM LED catalog 28


Xtreme modules Xtreme drivers


Linear modules Linear drivers


Point modules Point drivers


Retail display lighting Connectivity


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