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HF-Performer II Xtreme for TL5/TL-D lamps

Xtreme drivers for long life and reliable performance

HF-Performer II Xtreme for TL5/TL-D lamps

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      HF-Performer Xtreme is a unique X-technology from Philips that guarantees the highest lifetime reliability for lamps and enables an extra-long and reliable HF system life with an energy efficiency index (CELMA EEI) of A2.


      HF-P XT has double the lifetime of standard HF gear due to the special cooler “Xtreme” long-life low-failure product design.
      Suitable for use in outdoor and industrial environments because the units are protected against transients; also suitable for class I and class II luminaires
      Extreme thermal robustness with average lifetime of 50,000 hours at Tcase = 85 °C; also extreme reliability and reduced failure rate of 0.1%/1,000 hours
      HF-P Xtreme gear is optimized for the unique dosing of the emitter, resulting in an optimized lamp life


      Protects against transient voltage peaks of up to 4 kV and excessive mains voltage and incorrect connections of up to 400 V
      Programmed, flicker-free, pre-heated start (< 2.0 s) which allows the lamp to be switched on and off without reducing useful lamp life
      Active power factor correction to ensure constant light, irrespective of mains-voltage fluctuations
      Suitable for emergency lighting luminaires in accordance with IEC/EN 60598-2-22


      Ideal for applications with high maintenance costs or where lamp failure is unacceptable
      Used with movement-detection control systems like Philips OccuPlus
      Applications where gear replacement can cause unsafe situations, hassle or high costs, such as installations with high ceilings or in geographically remote areas, tunnels, airports or underground railway stations
      Industrial premises such as food processing and petrochemical plants
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