Villa LED gen2
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Philips Villa LED gen2 is designed to offer the perfect balance between heritage preservation and performance. Designed with the specific proportions and shape of the traditional four-sided luminaires originally used in Madrid in the 19th century, Villa LED gen2 is now widely used for street lighting in historical environments and traditional towns and villages across the Iberian Peninsula. Thanks to the Philips LEDGINE-O engine, and the wide range of application-tailored optics, Villa LED gen2 delivers the right amount light precisely where it is needed, enabling further energy savings. This urban lamp can even be equipped with our dedicated light recipe that preserves dark skies. Villa LED gen2 is also future ready with a choice of one or two Philips System Ready (SR) sockets that enable the luminaire to be paired with both standalone and advanced control and lighting software applications such as Interact from Signify. In addition, every Villa LED gen2 luminaire is uniquely identifiable, thanks to the Signify Service tag app. By simply scanning a QR code, placed inside the door of the mast or directly on the luminaire, you can instantly access the configuration of the luminaire. This makes maintenance and programing operations faster and easier, and enables you to create a digital library of lighting assets and spare parts.
Iconic luminaire for contemporary and historical environments
Covers a wide range of urban lighting applications for roads and streets with different geometries
Future-proof thanks to SR socket compatible with all Philips’ standard and advanced lighting controls
Service tag for easy installation and maintenance
Large choice of different beams, internal louvers to minimize glare
Variety of mounting options: luminaire can be combined with different columns,brackets and multiple-arm brackets
Main urban roads and streets, side and residential roads and streets
City centers and historical areas
Cycle and pedestrian paths, squares, parks and playgrounds