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Philips TownTune

A versatile range of luminaires for scalable urban spaces

October 2019
Gallery Philips TownTune 1
Gallery Philips TownTune 1


Philips TownTune is a public lighting incorporated with performance and light quality innovation.

As a luminaire family designed for existing and scalable urban spaces, Philips TownTune offers all the recent lighting innovations in terms of performance, quality of light and connectivity. The TownTune LED luminaire family consists of three members, each with a dedicated, pure and simple design signature: a central post top, an asymmetric spigot version and a version using an extending lyre post top bracket. All variants can be customized with a choice of different shapes for housing and an optional decorative ring, allowing urban space designers to give a distinctive identity to districts and cities. TownTune makes use of the Philips Ledgine optimized lighting platform, ensuring the right amount and direction of light. This public lighting is future-proof and is ready to be connected with both standalone and advanced control and lighting software applications such as Interact City. All luminaires are equipped with the QR code-based Philips Service tag to support installation and maintenance work and enabling facility managers to create a digital library of lighting assets.

Label Date October 24, 2019
By Signify
From Netherlands
Maturity stage Medium and large scale commercialization

The environmental benefits

  • At 84 operating hours per week, an installation of 500 luminaires will save 43.7 tons of CO2 emission per year
  • Components can be disassembled for recycling purposes

The Financial benefits

  • A small-scale installation of 500 luminaires will save over 13 thousand euros per year in energy cost

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Our purpose is to unlock the extraordinary potential of light to create brighter lives and a better world

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Headquarters 5656 AA Eindhoven, Netherlands
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