Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions, Inc., doing business as Philips Color Kinetics, Inc., engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of LED lighting systems, lighting controllers, and custom lighting solutions worldwide. It offers color-changing LED fixtures, LED lighting fixtures, LED lighting power/data supplies, and lighting fixture accessories; application engineering services, including programming, initial project consultation and on-site survey, and installations and trouble-free operation; and OEM solutions to third-party manufacturers. The company serves various segments, including art, bridges, casino, education, film/broadcast/studio, fountains, government, healthcar...
3 Burlington Woods Drive
Burlington, MA 01803
Founded in 1997
Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions, Inc. Launches the IntelliPower Dynamic LED Lighting Solution
Dec 17 12
Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions, Inc. announced IntelliPower, its newest innovation for delivering high-bandwidth LED lighting control using existing electrical and physical infrastructures. IntelliPower makes it easy to deploy intelligent, digitally controllable LED lighting solutions in any situation where re-wiring is not desirable or feasible, including historic buildings, in-ground systems, bridges, and monumental exteriors. With IntelliPower, Philips Color Kinetics is building on its expertise and leadership in LED lighting to deliver the benefits of LED lighting system without requiring expensive or disruptive rewiring, renovation, or excavation work. Philips recently debuted IntelliPower to re-light the towers on Boston's iconic Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge with intelligent, color-changing LED lighting fixtures from Philips Color Kinetics. With just the push of a button, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation can change the colors and intensity of the lights as well as display dynamic, color-changing light shows, while at the same time reducing energy consumption by more than 80% over the previously installed conventional lighting system. In addition, because IntelliPower uses the wiring and fixture mounting points already on the bridge, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation also saved money on the installation.