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Philips Office Lighting User's Manual
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Modern offices are true examples for change and flexibility.
Electronic communication and information systems have
dominated and impacted offices to a great extent.
Philips recognizes that lighting needs to be designed accordingly to
suit varying office activities. Equally, we recognize that lighting
plays an important role in enhancing worker productivity while
ensuring a safe and pleasant working environment.
creating an inviting work environment
offices for the people
Office workers today spend as much time interacting with
clients, colleagues and computers as they do on traditional
office work involving reading and writing. Each task has
As the marketplace becomes increasingly
These human needs reflect a person’s desire for:
competitive, there is growing awareness of the
• Orientation in space and time
need for our working environment to evolve and
• Privacy and communication
keep pace with the changing dynamics of the
• Information and familiarity
organization. This means providing, for example,
• Variation and surprise
quiet zones for reflection and concentration, and
zones for communication. It also means offering a
These needs can be incorporated into a scheme
positive and constructive ambience - an attractive
for lighting designers i.e. the seven guiding
working environment for the people.
principles of lighting design:
Light at work
1 The lighting should facilitate orientation
Office lighting plays a key role in creating a
and definition of a person’s location in space
working environment that empowers, allowing
and time.
people to function to the very best of their
abilities. Lighting as a discreet presence that
integrates seamlessly with the architectural
framework to deliver multiple-lighting effects
that help to bring people’s working environment
to life.We at Philips believe in this concept, as it
focuses on people.
As every company differs in structure and
organization, so does the emphasis put on each
specific activity. The result is that individual
workstations have to meet different requirements.
Conversely, irrespective of the requirements, a
number of basic human needs have to be taken
into account in the design of office workstations.
2 Lighting should be an integral part of the
architecture and interior design, planned from
the beginning and not added as an afterthought
Through the choice of form, colour and material
and in its design and details, lighting should
support the intentions of the architecture and
interior design rather than function independently
3 Lighting should create a mood and atmosphere
that meets people’s demands and expectation
4 Lighting should facilitate and promote
communication among people.
5 Lighting should make a statement and convey a
message over and above mere brightness.
6 Lighting should be original in its basic forms of
expression; it should not be a mass product that
simply reproduces what already exists.
7 Last but not least, lighting should also
facilitate perception and recognition of
people’s surroundings.
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specific visual requirements.
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Cell
An office with a Cell function has a quiet, relaxing
Communication
atmosphere, and accommodates employees who
Meet
operate individually, carrying out work that
Club
requires a high degree of concentration. A standard
Lobby
Cell office requires general lighting, while a more
luxurious manager’s office may need a split lighting
Hive
system (via general lighting as well as task and
Cell
ambience lighting). Aspects such as flexibility,
Autonomy
aesthetics and personal preference/control are also
important considerations.
Philips Lighting developed a single office model that clearly classified
all offices according to their function. This model enables the lighting
and lighting hardware to be defined in order to satisfy the
Hive
The Hive function is named after a beehive, as it is
requirements of the organization. The five office functions defined in
the model are Lobby, Meet, Cell, Hive and Club.
an area full of activity. And just like a beehive,
individual work is carried out, but they are all part
of a single process. Uniform lighting is desirable in
a Hive system so as to afford full flexibility in the
placement and orientation of desks. LowOFFICE LIGHTING
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brightness luminaires can be employed to avoid
reflections in computer screens and the effect of
sun screening and indirect lighting in combination
Lobby
with daylight-linked control systems.
Offices which are classified under the lobby
function operate as the passageways connecting
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the various areas and departments in an office.
They are used by all employees but communication
is usually superficial and relatively unconnected to
Club
work. The Lobby is a place which can be used to
Club offices combine activities that demand
relax in. The lighting of such areas can help to
concentration and communication. Employees here
create a place where people feel comfortable.
often work on multi-disciplinary projects in teams
Using lighting control systems, different
set apart from other office organizations. It is
atmospheres can be created to suit different times
possible to light a Club area with uniform general
of the day.
lighting, similar to that usually found in a Hive.
However, to really underline this concept with its
dedicated workstations, the lighting systems can be
separated. For example, the workstations and the
Meet
space can be illuminated. A brighter, higher and
An area with a Meet function is intended for
bigger space can be created with architectural
intensive communication. These areas are set up
lighting in the form of coves, with accents
for employees who work together and where
providing the correct visual ambience.
communication is essential. Diffused lighting is used
for group meetings, where the expression on the
faces should be pleasantly visible. Light is focused
Introducing Philips X-tend
on the desk for meetings where concentration is
To facilitate such varying requirements in office
the main issue.
lighting, Philips brings you X-tend, a new
generation of fluorescent luminaires designed to
provide optimum lighting for just about any work
environment. X-tend far surpasses the competition
with its excellent lighting qualities while meeting
the aesthetic standards of the times.
all-round performer
revolutionising office lighting
Philips X-tend family of luminaires is ideal for a variety of public
and professional environments. Combining an attractive visual
appearance with outstanding lighting performance, X-tend
meets all the demands of the rapidly changing lighting market.
The innovative new range of optics offers
maximum freedom of choice in terms of light
distribution, efficiency, glare control and visual
comfort, making X-tend an all-round performer.
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Perfect light distribution is achieved thanks to
the unique shape of the X-tend’s 3-dimensional
lamella. By avoiding all unnecessary shielding
of light, we have increased the efficiency of
our luminaires.
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And because it is so versatile, X-tend satisfies
application needs in offices, shops, public
spaces and industrial premises. The application
needs are optimized with either TL’D or TL’5 .
Philips’ X-tend has the perfect combination of cutting-edge technology,
functional brilliance and aesthetic appeal.The secret behind X-tend’s
superb lighting qualities lies in Philips’ newly developed optic concept,
based on specially designed 3 dimensional curves that offer highly
Benefits
• Lower installation cost, lower electricity consumption and
maintenance cost due to reduction of luminaries required
efficient light distribution.There are six types of optics and two types
• 25% less energy consumption with TL’ 5 lamps compared to
of covers suitable for most indoor lighting applications. With a 75mm
• Optimum glare control for improved visual comfort. Hence,
height, X-tend luminaires meets most ceiling void restrictions, allowing
• Wide selection of optics allows for customization to
conventional TL’D systems
better working conditions to increase staff productivity
architects and engineers ultimate design flexibility.
meet specific office needs
• Safety and protection in case of power failure for
customer peace of mind
• Intelligent lighting management, saves time and money
• Suitable for different ceiling systems
• Easy maintenance with Philips V-clip
Most conventional office luminaires allow for
glare which causes discomfort and can even
impair work performance when one is
exposed to it for long periods.
improved visual comfort
Within the office environment, X-tend O LC optics
provides optimal lighting minus the visual and physical
dominance from traditional fluorescent lighting.
The OL C optics is a unique 3D optical system
that provides optimal glare control. Uneven light
distribution and patch luminance is totally
eliminated all-round, without compromising on
optical efficiency. This provides greater freedom
in interior design. The office layout does not
installation or vice versa.
Improved lamp shielding
Another unique feature of the X-tend family is the
flat lamella with a concave contour. It is specially
designed so there is an all-around cut-off angle
which provides improved lamp shielding,
compared to the current generation of crosslamellae. The undulating wave design of the flat
lamella profile disseminates a soft, glowing light
without any harsh, bright spots.
Benefits
• Higher efficiency
• Pleasant brightness
• Distinguished and prestigious look
Greater flexibility
The office layout does not depend on the lighting
installation or vice versa
Without compromising on visibility, Philips’ X-tend
luminaire family complies with international glare
norms to ensure visual comfort. The optimised end
reflector is designed to prevent direct glare caused
by light spots.
Conventional luminaire
X-tend luminaire
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depend on the arrangement of the lighting
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optic selection and application
Delta
Direct/Indirect
Bi-directional
Asymmetric
Delta-shaped beam for uniform light distribution.
Direct and Indirect beam provides uniform
Bi-directional light distribution for illuminating
Asymmetric light distribution for illuminating products
All ‘TL’ optics provide uniform illuminance levels and
illuminance for work level which gives a brighter
products on gondolas. Efficiency and excellent beam
on wall racks. The asymmetric optics are suitable for
thus are ideal for general lighting of large and small
overall ambience to improve working condition. Not
control make these optics suitable for vertical
illuminating wall racks evenly from top to bottom,
offices, but also shops, making it possible to limit the
only ideal for lobbies, corridors, conference rooms,
displays, e.g. on gondolas. Bi-directional optics are
with a maximum intensity above eye level.
number of luminaires installed, while proving the best
and reception areas, it is also suitable for shops.
available in 30 and 40 versions. In general, version
uniformity and light distribution can give.
40 is for higher gondolas or when the retailer wants
more illuminance on the upper part of the gondola.
Light-technical calculations should be made to
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TL’5
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83%
TL’D
78%
(with top
reflector)
75%
70%
TL’5
TL’D
55%
52%
TL’5
83%
(with top
reflector)
TL’D
78%
75%
(with top
reflector)
TL’5
70%
83%
TL’D
78%
75%
70%
C6
(with top
reflector)
highgloss 3D lamella
Offices*
hive
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D6 M6 C6
D6 M6 C6
D6
cell
D6 M6 C6
D6 M6 C6
meet
D6 M6 C6
D6 M6 C6
C6
D6
M6
D6
MD
MD
lobby
AD6
AM6
AD6
AM6
Shops
semi-gloss 3D lamella
M6
C6
gondolas
general
M6
M6
D6
C6
D6
D6
M6
D6
M6
D6
AM2
AD6 AM6
D6
wall light
matt 3D lamella
M6
cash area
M2
D6
MD
MD
AM2
AD6 AM6
M2
Industry
open space
D6
C6
D6
C6
AD6
assembly
AM2
profiled lamella with
undulating wave
MD
Schools
corridor
classes
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enable a specific choice to be made.
C6
M2
D6
M6
D6
M2
board lighting
AM2
* explanation of terminology used for office types:
hive: open plan office: help desk, call centres
cell: individual rooms: business office
meet: meeting/conference room, reception desk, video conference room
lobby: corridors, entrance, atrium, staircase, pantry or recreational area
decorative
greenish lamellae
The D6 and C6 optic
complies with CAT 2
M6 optic complies with CAT 3
TPS 498
air-handling capability
Norms and approval
Installation
All luminaires fully comply with safety norms
Mechanical Aspects
according to I EC 5 9 8 / E NE C 6 0 5 9 8 . They also
In ceiling systems with visible supporting profiles,
provide protection against flammability .
the luminaire can be attached to the profile flange.
TCS 398
In ceiling systems with concealed substructure, the
Flexibility
same luminaires are attached using universal
In modern offices, different tasks offer challenging
mounting brackets. With the use of a special
demands for illumination, glare limitation,
suspension hook or chain, it is possible to fix the
luminance distribution and good aesthetics. With
luminaire to the concrete ceiling.
such a wide range of optics available, X-tend
luminaires’ modular system guarantees high
Electrical Aspects
flexibility when it comes to applications. All rooms
Connection of mains supply to the connection
can be equipped with the same X-tend recessed
block is possible via a cable entrance on the top of
luminaire housing. Depending on the application of
the luminaire, and uses a standard 3-pole
the room, appropriate optics can be mounted.
connection block.
Air-handling capability
can be met simply by exchanging the optics.
The integration of lighting and air-handling offers
numerous benefits. All luminaires and most
remote control and extended versions are
diffusers in the X-tend range are suitable for use
available upon request.
this way. This also applies to the products in the
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change at a later stage, the new design demands
Solutions for P L - L lamps, emergency lighting,
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The new generation of the X-tend luminaire
Benefits:
system for recessed mounting is characterised by
• Optimised light output
a particularly low installation height of 75 mm.
• Enhanced working environment
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Should the visual tasks or room dimensions
strip ceiling luminaires range.
Reduced luminaire height
• Attractive interior design
• Suitable for plenum extraction
75mm
Benefits:
• Easy installation and maintenance
• Lower transportation cost
• Lower inventory cost
• Design flexibility
• Environment-friendly
Gear
Philips’ X-tend luminaires are equipped with
electrical gear in H F, H F -regulated, inductive and
capacitive versions. The selection of low-loss
electromagnetic and H F gears is applicable to the
latest lighting control technology used in building
management systems.
• Feasible for combining air supply panel
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TBS 369
the optics range
Dedicated top reflector for delta, asymmetric
and bi-directional light distributions.
Available in high-gloss for increased efficiency.
decorative plate
The form of the lamellae provides a delta-shape
light distribution, ensuring uniform lighting in all
room configurations.
MD decorative greenish lamella
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M2 profiled lamella with undulating wave
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matt
semi-gloss
high-gloss
C6 high-gloss
D6 semi-gloss
The form of all side screens in combination with the end reflector
provides a delta-shape distribution, ensuring uniform lighting both
lengthwise and crosswise in relation to the luminaire.
M6 matt
The form of all lamellae provides a delta-shape
light distribution, ensuring uniform lighting in all
room configurations plus optimal glare control.
luminaire specification
Basic luminaire
Lamp
LxWxH (mm)
Packing weight
(g)
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
6.70
910401992380
3xTL’D-18W
3xTL’D-36W
126x62x10
10.5
910401992480
1xTL’D-36W
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401992580
2xTL’D-36W
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401992680
1xTL’D-58W
9104 033 07280
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
6.7
910401992880
2xTL’D-58W
9104 033 07380
126x62x10
10.5
910401992980
3xTL’D-18W
9104 033 07580
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401993080
1xTL’D-36W
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401993180
2xTL’D-36W
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
6.7
910401651080
1xTL’D-58W
9104 033 07880
3xTL’D-36W
126x62x10
10.5
910401651180
2xTL’D-58W
9104 033 07980
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401650880
3xTL’D-18W
9104 033 08180
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.8
910401650980
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
6.3
126x62x10
9.7
910401991980
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
910401991880
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
910401992780
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
6.3
910401993280
126x62x10
9.7
910401993380
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
910401993480
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
2xTL’D-36W
126x31x10
3xTL’D-36W
Gear
Optics
Dimensions
Packing Unit
Ordering Number
Basic luminaire
Lamp
Gear
Optics
Ordering Number
9104 033 06980
9104 033 07080
M6
3xTL’D-36W
IC
M6
9104 033 07180
9104 033 07680
D6
9104 033 07780
C6
TBS 369
3xTL’D-36W
3xTL’D-36W
M6
HFE
D6
1
Surface Mounted System
Recessed Mounted System
D6
910401992080
1xTL’D-36W
9104 033 08280
2xTL’D-36W
C6
1xTL’D-58W
TCS 398
2xTL’D-58W
9104 033 08380
9104 033 08480
HFP
9104 033 08580
3xTL’5-14W
9104 033 08780
1xTL’5-28W
9104 033 08880
2xTL’5-28W
M6
9104 033 08980
1xTL’5-35W
9104 033 09080
910401993580
2xTL’5-35W
9104 033 09180
6.3
910401651480
3xTL’5-14W
9104 033 09380
126x62x10
9.7
910401651580
1xTL’5-28W
3xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
910401651280
2xTL’5-28W
4xTL’D-18W
66x62x10
5.4
910401651380
1xTL’5-35W
9104 033 09680
2xTL’5-35W
9104 033 09780
3xTL’5-14W
9104 033 09980
9104 033 09480
Lamp
Gear
Optics
126x31x7
2xTL’5-28W
18
126x62x7
3xTL’5-28W
Recessed Mounted System
Dimensions
LxWxH (mm)
Packing weight
(g)
Packing Unit
6.5
Ordering Number
1xTL’5-28W
910400779974
M6
TBS 669
3xTL’5-14W
65x62x7
6
910400779874
4xTL’5-14W
65x62x7
6
910400780174
2xTL’5-28W
126x31x7
6
126x62x7
10
65x62x7
6
910400777474
4xTL’5-14W
65x62x7
6
910400777374
2xTL’5-28W
126x31x7
6
910400776974
126x62x7
10
910400790974
3xTL’5-14W
65x62x7
6
910400779774
4xTL’5-14W
65x62x7
6
910400780074
Dimensions
LxWxH (mm)
Packing weight
(g)
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 00680
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 00880
3xTL’5-28W
HFP
910400776874
1
3xTL’5-28W
Lamp
Gear
Optics
2xTL’D-36W
Packing Unit
2xTL’D-36W
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 01280
2xTL’D-58W
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 01480
2xTL’D-36W
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 00080
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 00280
1300x260x90
4.80
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 00780
2xTL’D-58W
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 00980
2xTL’5-28W
1300x260x90
4.80
9104 033 01780
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 01380
2xTL’D-58W
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 01580
2xTL’5-28W
1300x260x90
4.80
9104 033 00580
1350x260x90
5.00
9104 033 00180
1650x260x90
5.80
9104 033 00380
TL’5
D6
M6
2xTL’D-58W
TPS 498
2xTL’5-28W
2xTL’D-36W
C6
1
9104 033 01180
HFP
2xTL’D-36W
2xTL’D-36W
2xTL’D-58W
D6
M6
DESIGNED BY PHILIPS DESIGN HONG KONG 2003
Suspended System
HFE
9104 033 10280
2xTL’5-35W
9104 033 10380
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Lamps/
light colour
Starter
Fuse
Emergency
lighting
Lighting
control
Top reflector
Protection
foil
Standard features
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Optional features
827
830
840
electronic
re-settable
yes
1hr
2hrs
3hrs
Luxsense
standard
yes
Lamps/
light colour
Fuse
Emergency
lighting
Lighting
control
Top reflector
Protection
foil
Ordering Number
C6
2xTL’D-58W
9104 033 10180
1xTL’5-35W
Standard features are included in the resulting type number of the luminaire specification. Please specify optional features separately.
C6
Basic luminaire
C6
Optional features
910401651680
D6
3xTL’5-14W
9104 033 09580
9104 033 10080
2xTL’5-28W
910400779374
10
D6
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Basic luminaire
TL’D
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C6
Standard features
no
no
no
no
no
no
Optional features
827
830
840
yes
1hr
2hrs
3hrs
Luxsense
standard
yes
Notes:
TCS 398/TPS498 will be available from September 2003.
Luxsense only available in combination with HFR .
The luminaire specification sheet above is an overview, showing a wide offer of standard and optional features.
This selection matrix shows most of the possibilities, so for ordering allow your specification to be confirmed by a quotation.
Specifications subject to modification without prior notice.
Hong Kong – Philips Electronics
Hong Kong Ltd.
Lighting Asia Pacific Headquarters
27th Floor, Hopewell Centre
17 Kennedy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: + 852 2821 5300
Fax: + 852 2821 5342
E-mail: ltinfo.hongkong@philips.com
Australia – Philips Lighting
Level 1, Philips House
65 Epping Road, North Ryde
NSW 2113, Sydney, Australia
Tel: + 61 2 9947 0000 or
1300 304 404 (toll free - local only)
Fax: + 61 2 9947 0325
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China – Philips Lighting
No. 1805 Hu Yi Road, Malu Town
Jiading District, Shanghai, 2018 01, P.R.China
Tel: + 86 21 5915 4060
Fax: + 86 21 5915 4064
E-mail: ltinfo.china@philips.com
India – Philips Lighting
Lighting Division
Motorola Excellence Centre, 5th Floor
415/2 Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road
Sector -14, Haryana-122001, India
Tel: + 91 124 509 1900
Fax: + 91 124 509 1912
E-mail: ltinfo.india@philips.com
Indonesia – Philips Lighting
Gedung Philips
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Jakarta 12510, Indonesia
Tel: + 62 31 8491 674 or
0800 10 52678 (hotline - local only)
Fax: + 62 31 8473 240
E-mail: ltinfo.indonesia@philips.com
Japan – Philips Lighting
Philips Building
13-37, Kohnan 2-chome
Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8507, Japan
Tel: + 81 3 3740 5156
Fax: + 81 3 3740 5163
E-mail: ltinfo.japan@philips.com
Korea – Philips Lighting
260-199 Itaewon-dong
Yongsan-ku, Seoul 140-200, Korea
Tel: + 82 2 709 1312
Fax: + 82 2 709 1350
E-mail: ltinfo.korea@philips.com
32 2-B31 3 001-01
Malaysia – Philips Lighting
76, Jalan Universiti
46200 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel: + 60 3 7957 5511
Fax: + 60 3 7955 2739
E-mail: ltinfo.malaysia@philips.com
New Zealand – Philips Lighting
2 Wagener Place, Mt Albert
PO Box 1041, Auckland, New Zealand
Tel: + 64 9 815 4000 or
0800 454 448 (toll free - local only)
Fax: + 64 9 849 7812 or
0800 160 875 (toll free - local only)
E-mail: ltinfo.newzealand@philips.com
Pakistan – Philips Lighting
F-54, S.I.T.E.
Karachi-75730, Pakistan
Tel: + 92 21 256 0071
Fax: + 92 21 257 8920
E-mail: ltinfo.pakistan_2@philips.com
Philippines – Philips Lighting
Philips House
106 Valero St. Salcedo Village
1227 Makati City, Philippines
Tel: + 63 2 845 7840
Fax: + 63 2 816 6340
E-mail: ltinfo.philippines@philips.com
Singapore – Philips Lighting
620A Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
Singapore 319762, Singapore
Tel: + 65 6882 3530
Fax: + 65 6253 2343
E-mail: ltinfo.singapore@philips.com
Taiwan – Philips Lighting
25B, No.66, Chung Hsiao W. Road
Sec. 1, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: + 886 2 2382 7666 or
0800 231 099 (toll free - local only)
Fax: + 886 2 2382 4422
E-mail: ltinfo.taiwan@philips.com
Thailand – Philips Lighting
515 Moo 4, Pattana 3 Road
Bangpoo Industrial Estate, Soi 8B
Preaksa, Samutprakarn 10280, Thailand
Tel: + 66 2 709 3300
Fax: + 66 2 740 4960-1
E-mail: ltinfo.thailand@philips.com
Vietnam – Philips Lighting
99-101 Ham Nghi Street
Ward: Nguyen Thai Binh
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: + 84 8 914 2248 Ex.304
Fax: + 84 8 914 2249
E-mail: ltinfo.vietnam@philips.com
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