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  1. Upgrade to best-in-class light quality MASTER TL-D Super 80

  2. Philips MASTER TL-DSuper 80 - PRESENTATION • Section 1Product overview 4 - 7 • Section 2Applications 8 - 14 • Section 3Benefits 15 - 17 • Section 4Features 18 - 28 • Section 5Cost - Benefits analysis 29 - 32 • Section 6 Brochures - Direct mails33 - 37 • Section 7FAQ 38 – 45 • Section 8Instructions for use 46 - 49

  3. Philips MASTER TL-D Super 80THE LAMP WITH THE GREEN CAP

  4. Section 1 Product Overview

  5. OVERVIEW MASTER TL-D Super 80 18W/36W/58W

  6. OVERVIEW MASTER TL-D Super 80 Special Lengths

  7. OVERVIEW MASTER TL-DSECURA & REFLEX

  8. Section 2 Applications

  9. PRODUCT APPLICATIONSMASTER TL-D Super 80 Interior and external lighting • Offices • Industry • Shops • Lighting of streets

  10. PRODUCT APPLICATIONSMASTER TL-D Super 80

  11. PRODUCT APPLICATIONSMASTER TL-D Secura • Used where special protection against lamp breakage is needed • Food processing industry • Pharmaceutical industry • Semiconductor industry • Also: sports halls • Used where special protection against ultraviolet radiation is needed • Textile industry • Museums

  12. PRODUCT APPLICATIONS MASTER TL-D Secura

  13. PRODUCT APPLICATIONSMASTER TL-D Reflex Installations with a need for high light output, in particular in open fluorescent battens: • warehouses • production facilities • supermarkets

  14. PRODUCT APPLICATIONSMASTER TL-D Reflex

  15. Section 3 Benefits

  16. BENEFITS MASTER TL-D Super 80 • Philips is still the only manufacturer offering comprehensive recycling • Only Philips has a closed circuit, i.e. Philips reuses all materials for the production of new lamps • Philips MASTER TL-D Super 80 lamps still has the lowest mercury content on the market

  17. BENEFITS MASTER TL-D Secura • Comprehensive protection against lamp breakage thanks to its protective coating • Double casings at the end caps which prevent lamp-end components from falling out • Virtually no decrease in light output • Outstanding reduction in ultraviolet radiation (-95%)

  18. Section 4 Features

  19. FEATURES MASTER TL-D Super 80 • Only fully recyclable fluorescent lamp in the world (with no loss of quality) • Even the mercury and fluorescent powder are separated and reused for the production of new lamps • Max. of 10% light-output loss over entire lifespan • 80% less mercury (3mg instead of 15mg) • Unique Physical Feature of the lamp : “Green Cap”

  20. FEATURES MASTER TL-D Super 80 100 90 80 Lumen in % 70 60 50 0 4000 8000 12000 16000 20000 Lighting hours Almost constant light output during entire life span Max. decrease of 10%

  21. FEATURES MASTER TL-D Secura • Excellent protection against lamp shattering (incl. end caps) • Virtually Complete ultraviolet radiation Block -95% ultraviolet-A -95% ultraviolet-B • Recyclable (just like MASTER TL-D Super 80) (Protective coating is removed beforehand) • Blue ring at one end of the lamp for easy identification • Simplified HACCP* certification HACCP: Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point (an international process control system in the food-processing industry)

  22. Glass Glass Fluorescent powder Fluorescent powder Reflecting coating FEATURES MASTER TL-D Reflex • Built-in reflector • 75% increase in light output in desired direction • Less lighting points required • Very effective in open fluorescent battens

  23. FEATURES MASTER TL-D Reflex Same light output with less lamps, or increase in light output with same number of lamps Open fluorescent battens • On average 50% less lamps needed (compared to standard colour lamps) • 37% less lamps needed compared with normal MASTER TL-D Super 80 Lamps Luminaires with a reflector • On average 40-50% less lamps needed (compared to standard colour lamps) • 22% less lamps needed compared with normal MASTER TL-D Super 80 Lamps

  24. 100 Conventional ballast MASTER TL-D Super 80 80 TL-D Standard /54 70 TL-D Standard /25 60 TL-D Standard /33 CRI- Ra 50 TL-D Standard /29 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 Useful life (hours) MASTER TL-D Super 80 vs. TL-D Standard

  25. MASTER TL-D Super 80Spectral intensity distribution Relative spectral intensity Wavelength (nm)

  26. TECHNOLOGY and RaSpectral intensity distribution MASTER TL-D Super 80 Ra 85 CDM-T lamp Ra 90 Mercury HP lamp Ra 45

  27. Sodium HP lamp MASTER TL-D COLOUR RENDERING Colourimpression depends on the coloured surface Spectralwavelengths of thelight

  28. COLOUR RENDERING Blue Green Yellow Red Sodium HP lamp MASTER TL-D Super 80

  29. Section 5 Cost - Benefit Analysis

  30. COST - BENEFIT ANALYSISMASTER TL-D Super 80 over TL-D Standard • Better reproduction of colours • Smaller decrease in light output • Longer useful life

  31. COST - BENEFIT ANALYSISUseful life MASTER TL-D vs. TL-D Standard • TL-D Standard 5,000 hours (conventional ballast) • MASTER TL-D Super 80 10,000 hours (conventional ballast) Conclusion: • An increase in useful lifespan of some 200% !

  32. Maintenance, Purchase & Operating costs 400 376,7 € Philips TL-D Standard 58W/25 350 Philips TL-D Super 80 58W/840 326,7 € 300 € 250 200 150 100 50 0 0 5000 10000 15000 17000 20000 25000 30000 34000 35000 Burning hours Tsd. Brennstd. COST - BENEFIT ANALYSIS TL-D Standard vs. MASTER TL-D Super 80 (conventional)

  33. Section 6 Brochures - Direct mails

  34. MASTER TL-D Secura Brochure A4

  35. MASTER TL-D Super 80Direct mail - Shop lighting

  36. MASTER TL-D Super 80Direct mail - Office lighting

  37. MASTER TL-D Super 80Direct mail - Industry lighting

  38. Section 7 FAQ

  39. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What is a ‘warm start’?

  40. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What is a ‘warm start’?

  41. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Description of a ‘warm start’ Definition: The controlled preheating of the electrode by means of a given current. I.e. the electrode heats up before the lamp lights up, causing less electrons to beam off the electrode The result: • Increase in lifespan of the lamp • Decrease in end-blackening of the lamp

  42. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Do short “on-” and “off”-switching cycles have an influence on the lifespan of a fluorescent lamp? YES! The lifespan information we provide is based on a standarised IEC switching cycle of 165 min. “on” and 15 min. “off”.

  43. 160 140 120 100 % life span 80 60 40 1 10 100 Switching cycle in hours FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  44. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS How much ultraviolet light does a TL lamp gives off? That depends on the colour of the light. In general it gives off some 65 mW/1000lm of ultraviolet-A and some 14 mW/1000lm of ultraviolet-B light.

  45. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSMASTER TL-D Super 80 vs. TL-D Standard

  46. Section 8 Instructions for use

  47. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Ambient temperature • All fluorescent lamps with a diameter of 26mm achieve optimum light output at 25°C • Variations lead to a decrease in light efficiency • Universal Burining position (Unlike MASTER TL5)

  48. 140 Tamb too high 100 Tamb too low Relative values % 60 20 Topt Tambient INSTRUCTIONS FOR USELIGHT EFFICIENCY and TEMPERATURE

  49. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USEMASTER TL-D Secura • Do not remove the protective covers or protective casings at the end of the lamp • Philips recommends that you use safety starters (SiS2/SiS3/SiS10). When using standard starters (S2/S10) the lamps should be replaced at the end of their useful life • Avoid using the lamps under conditions of extreme heat