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        Many municipal authorities are embracing the benefits of contemporary outdoor lighting. These include a more attractive urban environment and increased comfort, safety and security for the public. Not to mention the positive impact on environmental protection and city branding. Together with Holscher Design, Philips has developed MileWide², the successor to the highly popular MileWide family. Featuring a range of dedicated masts and brackets, the pure, clean design of MileWide² integrates perfectly with today's and tomorrow's cityscape. With its high-quality finish and high level of lighting performance, MileWide² is suitable for a wide range of applications, ranging from traffic roads to city centers. Multi-layer optics provide a uniform light distribution and reduced glare, enabling direct replacement of HID solutions without compromising on spacing, mounting height or light quality.


        Consistency and continuity of family design
        Complete solution with dedicated masts and brackets
        Significant energy savings (up to 80% compared to HPL) without compromising on quality of light


        Dedicated total solution based on clean-design, high-finish MileWide family
        Designed for LED – no compromise
        Exceptionally high performance and good glare control
        Different optics available – suitable for a wide range of applications


        Residential streets
        Walking, cycling and running paths
        Main roads
        Car parks
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        • BPP436 (post-top version)
        • BRP436 (side-entry version)
        Light source
        • Integral LED-module
        Power (system)
        • Neutral white: 56 to 114 W
        • Warm white: 58 to 124 W
        Luminous flux (system)
        • Neutral white: 7,584 - 15,725 lm
        • Warm white: 6,478 - 13,440 lm
        Luminaire efficacy
        • Up to 151 lm/W
        Correlated Colour Temperature
        • 3,000 K (Warm white)
        • 4,000 K (neutral white)
        Colour Rendering Index
        • 70 (Neutral white, 4,000 K)
        • 80 (Warm white, 3,000 K)
        Lumen maintenance at median useful life* 100,000 h
        • up to L96
        Control gear failure rate at median useful life 100,000 h
        • 10%
        Performance Ambient Temperature Tq
        • +25 ºC
        Operating temperature range
        • -20 to +35 ºC
        • Built-in (self ballasted LED-module)
        Mains voltage
        • 220-240 V / 50-60 Hz
        • Stand-alone DynaDimmer
        • DALI
        • Mains dimming
        • CM – Group dimming
        • Wired for SR (System-Ready)
        Optical cover
        • Thermally hardened glass, flat
        • Housing: high-pressure, die-cast aluminium, non-corrosive
        • Cover: glass, thermally hardened
        • Silver satin grey (SI)
        • Philips dark grey (GR)
        • Other RAL or AKZO Futura colours available on request
        • 5 torx screws from below
        • The Philips Service tag will help to identify the product and share all product information on the spot
        • Side-entry mounting: lateral entry Ø 60 mm
        • Post-top mounting: Ø 60-76 mm
        • Spigot is external
        • Recommended mounting height: 8-14 m
        • Max SCx: 0.0656 m²
        • Dedicated accessories available for different mounting possibilities
        SR compatibility
        • Luminaire prepared for SR drivers and sockets, offering a standardised, futureproof platform for connectivity and sensors.
        • For SR-based luminaires only SR-Certified components/sensors are to be used (see also:
        • Functional compatibility of 2 (SR-certified) components/sensors to be used in combination as well as override the possibility of any lineswitch function used in an SR-based luminaire, is to be released by the master component/sensor supplier.
        • For the use of a NEMA 7-pin socket on an SR-based luminaire, a full-system verification is required. Not following this advice can/will cause risk of damage and non-compliance for which Signify cannot take any responsibility.
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