Philips Dynapower system consists of an electronic DynaPower driver that operates one or two TUV Amalgam 230W, 260W and 335W XPT lamps. This system is extremely reliable and robust. The driver allows for immediate energy savings compared to similar drivers on the market. Moreover, it can be dimmed down to 60% power level for additional energy savings. Further energy savings are realized by the TUV Amalgam XPT lamps, because they can be dimmed down to reach the same UV output as similar lamps on the market.
Extreme reliability of driver; with annual failure rate of less than 1%
Easier to maintain compliance with regulations thanks to reduced risk of failures
Easier maintenance thanks to single lamp operation, allowing to detect easily which lamps need to be replaced
Dimmable up to 60% power level for additional energy savings
Best environmental choice thanks to maximum lifetime reliability, in combination with minimum substances, packaging and product weight
Operates 230W, 260W and 335W TUV Amalgam XPT lamps
Single lamp operation possible
Cooler operating temperature for additional energy savings
100% stress testing minimizing 0-hour failures
Protection against voltage peaks
Permanent overvoltage protection
Approximately 20 seconds start-up time (compared with 90 seconds for similar drivers on the market)
Deactivation of bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms
Municipal drinking water treatment equipment
Municipal waste water treatment equipment
Process water treatment equipment
Warning & Safety
A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
DANGER: Risk Group 3 Ultra Violet product. These lamps emit high-power UV radiation that can cause severe injury to skin and eyes. Avoid eye and skin exposure to unshielded product. Use only in an enclosed environment which shields users from the radiation.