CDM system presentation - Philips

CDM system presentation - Philips

Smart gear, Made simple PrimaVision compact Introduction PrimaVision Economy is a plug-and-play cost-down solution for luminaires that are not temperature-critical Performance Positioning AspiraVision Dali AspiraVision PrimaVision PrimaVision Economy Confidential Ruud van der Zanden Value 2 Positioning PrimaVision PrimaVision Economy /S /I Attractive pricing level for most common wattages Drop-in replacement for non-track luminaires applied in a temperature controlled environment Cost-down opportunity for track luminaires PrimaVision Classic /S /I /C /P /G /GM /GMF Peace of mind offering: Market standard Many different configurations, with and without cables Connector version available Excellent temperature performance Confidential Ruud van der Zanden 3 Positioning AspiraVision AspiraVision /S /I /C /P Smart gear with intelligent features that optimize your value chain Tri-wattage: Configurable at 35W, 50W or 70W SOFT START and Loop through Best-in-class EMI performance Best-in-class lifetime performance: Over 10 years of operation AspiraVision DALI /S /I Same features as AspiraVision Complies with DALI standard XXX For dimming Elite Light Boost lamps between 50-100% of output Confidential

Ruud van der Zanden 4 Portfolio strategy AspiraVision High end drivers packed with additional features and longer life-time to increase differentiation and position Philips eHID as a mark of innovative excellence in the market PrimaVision High quality main runner portfolio with wide range of wattages (20W 150W) to fulfill the main stream market requirements PrimaVision Economy Good-enough quality portfolio available in just 35W & 70W, to be offered to selective accounts in order to compete with low-cost portfolio of competitors COST SAVING PREMIUM Proposition BASIC Product Family Confidential Ruud van der Zanden 5 eHID portfolio overview AspiraVision PrimaVision PrimaVision Mini 20W, 35W, 50W AspiraVision Compact 35W, 50W & 70W Features:

PrimaVision Compact 35W, 50W, 70W Features: PrimaVision Economy 35W & 70W High quality compact size gears for optimal and reliable performance of CDM lamps PrimaVision Twin 35W, 70W Confidential Features: Miniature size gears that allow pushing boundaries of creativity and innovation in lumainaire designs AspiraVision, a mark of excellence in HID electronic gears technology. Intelligent, easy to use and easy to install AspiraVision DALI 70W Excellence complimented with innovation; our AspiraVision DALI gears are equipped with DALI interface and offer dimability and boosting of CDM lamps PrimaVision Economy Features: Features: Features: PrimaVision Economy is a plug-and-play cost-down solution for luminaires that are not temperaturecritical Dual lamp operation with a single

gear for cost effectiveness and increased luminaire design flexibility PrimaVision Power 100W, 150W Higher power gears packed in a small size. Optimal and reliable performance with CDM lamps, ideal where high intensity of light is of key importance Ruud van der Zanden Features: 6 Electronic driver types Standard /S PCB Built in the luminaire Independent /I Built in the luminaire Connector Placed on ceiling Cabled /P /C Placed on ceiling /G /GM Placed on ceiling Confidential Ruud van der Zanden 7 PrimaVision Connector Plug and Play Allows for late stage configuration Idiot proof; wiring mistakes not possible ST18 Universal connector on the lamp side Industry standard GST18 connector on the mains side NEW

Simplify logistical complexity Just keep one driver in stock + multiple cables Fix configuration at a late stage (even at project side) Save on operational costs No labor costs / processing time to mount cables Lowest material costs per lighting installation (driven by late stage configuration) Confidential Ruud van der Zanden 8 35W specifications Confidential HID-PV /S HID-PV /I Rated power 35W 35W Voltage 220-240V 220-240V Line Frequency 50/60Hz 50/60Hz Power Factor 0.95 0.95 Tcase max 75C 75C T ambient

-2055C -2050C Lifetime 90% at Tcase 40.000 hrs 40.000 hrs Ignition Voltage 35 Kv 35 Kv Max. # of ballast on MCB 24 24 Certificates CE, ENEC CE, ENEC, Fmarking EOL protection Yes Yes Short circuit protection Yes Yes EMI compliance CISPR15 ed7.1 CISPR15 ed7.1 Dimensions 110x98,5x32 mm 188x62,7x34,5 Wiring

0,5. 2,5 mm2 0,5. 2,5 mm2 Warranty 5 years 5 years Ruud van der Zanden 9 70W specifications HID-PrimaVision HID-PrimaVision Economy Confidential HID-PV /S HID-PV /I Rated power 70W 70W Voltage 220-240V 220-240V Line Frequency 50/60Hz 50/60Hz Power Factor 0.95 0.95 Tcase max 80C 75C

T ambient -2050C -2045C Lifetime 90% at Tcase 40.000 hrs 40.000 hrs Ignition Voltage 35 Kv 35 Kv Max. # of ballast on MCB 20 20 Certificates CE, CQC CE, CQC EOL protection Yes Yes Short circuit protection Yes Yes EMI compliance CISPR15 ed7.1 CISPR15 ed7.1 Dimensions 110x98,5x32 mm 188x62,7x34,5

Wiring 0,5. 2,5 mm2 0,5. 2,5 mm2 Warranty 5 years 5 years Ruud van der Zanden 10 eHID drivers AspiraVision PrimaVision Economy Compact DALI 35W 50W 70W 35-50-70W 70W Standard (/S) a a a Oct 12 a PCB (/P) a a a

Oct 12 a Independent (/I) a a a Oct 12 a a a a Oct 12 Compact 70W a a a a Standard (/S) PCB (/P) Independent (/I) Cabled (/G /GM) Connector (/C) 35W Cabled (/G /GM) Connector (/C) PrimaVision Mini 20W Standard (/S) PCB (/P) Independent (/I) Cabled (/G /GM) Connector (/C) Confidential

35W Upgrade Q4 12 a a Upgrade Q4 12 a Compact Twin Power 50W 20W 35W 50W 70W 35W 70W a Oct 12 a a a a a Oct 12 a a a a

Oct 12 a a a a a a a a Oct 12 May 12 May 12 Ruud van der Zanden a 100W 150W a a a a a a May 12 11 Confidential Ruud van der Zanden

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