Signify Introduces Philips LED Bulbs With Up to a 50-Year Life
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Signify has announced the first Phillips LED bulbs, with a life span of up to 25 years. The new Philips LED A-class bulbs will consume 60% less energy compared to standard Philips LED bulbs. While moving towards more sustainable options, the bulbs will be a wise investment for the planet and the public. The bulbs will hit the shelves on September 1, 2021, and are available in 40W and 60W equivalents.

The Next Generation LED Bulbs 

Signify has designed four regular A-shape light bulbs that consume 60% less power to achieve the same light output and quality as standard Philips LED bulbs. Thanks to this technological breakthrough, the new products are the first in a range of new Philips LED A-class bulbs meeting the highest level in the new EU energy labeling legislation.

The new Phillips bulbs that meet the high-quality Philips EyeComfort criteria are the brand’s most energy-efficient lamps in this shape yet. The new bulbs will illuminate for about 50,000 hours which is roughly equivalent to 25 years.

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“Our passion for a better and more sustainable world pushed us to further innovate and increase the energy efficiency of our LED lighting. With this technological breakthrough, we created our most energy-efficient lamp in this shape yet, while maintaining the same high quality of LED lighting that our customers are used to. This innovation puts us well ahead of new EU regulations, and this is just the beginning. We will continue to provide consumers the best quality of LED lighting. While we relentlessly work on further product improvements to contribute to a better world.”  Says Michael Rombouts, Business Unit leader LED Lamps and Luminaires at Signify.

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The new Philips LED A-class bulbs by the same zero-plastic packaging structure. However, the labels of other products will also be getting an upgrade to the same version to meet the new EU labeling legislations.

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Signify plans to further improve the efficiency levels for all form factors over time. It also continues its efforts to achieving plastic-free packaging on all its consumer product by the end of 2021.

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