Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED Driver


In today’s digital age, people can gather real-time data and use it to make highly informed decisions in areas from personal finance to time management and much more. However, this method of detailed insight is not relegated to personal use – in fact, it’s now possible to wirelessly gather specific, real-time lighting information in commercial and other applications. This empowers lighting users to fine-tune their energy use for reduced energy costs and increased user comfort. LED Drivers now enable every light fixture to be a wireless node, providing fast, easy and cost-effective way to add intelligence to LED luminaires and gain access to the data they can provide.


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Simplified Luminaire Design


Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED Drivers standardize the digital connection between the driver and sensor to eliminate the need for multiple separate components and alleviate incompatibility issues and time consuming configurations. This streamlined approach and easy design-in means that you can now spend less time and money to bring your products to market.

Complex design

Simplicity for everyone


Using our Xitanium SR LED Drivers, digital system data is collected at each luminaire and routed wirelessly through your preferred sensors and networks*. This means that very specific and actionable data from dim-to-off, daylight harvesting and occupancy levels can be used to make informed business decisions and optimize resource distribution within workspaces. And because all components can be assembled during manufacturing so that the complete luminaire is a node, on-site installation time and costs and potential installation errors are reduced.

Simplicity for everyone

In line with your specification requirements



Specify Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED Drivers and deliver lighting tailored to your customer’s needs, thanks to:


  • Cost effectiveness – reduce components, supply chain complexity and installation/maintenance time
  • Wireless luminaire-based data collection – gather valuable sensing data, send it directly to the cloud or network of your choice
  • DALI 2.0 open standard digital interface – compatible with many sensors and networks*
  • Low standby power - <1W to meet Energy Star Requirements
Streamlined design

The foundation for a successful partnership


Trust Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED Drivers to help reduce complexity and streamline your luminaire manufacturing processes, with:

  • Streamlined design – no need for auxiliary component costs and management of excessive parts and pieces
  • Drop-in design, Xitanium footprint – faster time to get your products to market
  • Wireless luminaire-based data collection – gather valuable sensing data, send it directly to the cloud or network of your choice
  • UL recognized, CSA and RoHS compliant – minimize the time and cost of re-approbations
  • Low standby power
  • DC power to sensors
  • SimpleSet technology - for fast, wireless OEM setting of fixture maximum light levels
The foundation for a successful partnership


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May 20-23, 2017


IOT Big data summit

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May 23-24, 2017


AQME Annual Conference

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May 31 - June 1, 2017


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Sep 24-25, 2017


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Oct 21, 2017


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Nov 22-24, 2017


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