Somerset, NJ 08873


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200 Franklin Sq Dr
Somerset, NJ 08873
United States

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Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) is the world leader in lighting for professionals and consumers and lighting for the Internet of Things. Our Philips products, Interact connected lighting systems and data-enabled services, deliver business value and transform life in homes, buildings and public spaces. 


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Custom-designed drivers

FlexTune System

The Advance FlexTune system provides a new level of designflexibility, control precision, and simplicity for the tunablewhite lighting system for the commercial applications suchas...
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Troffers & linear ceiling lighting

CertaMatch Troffer System

The Advance CertaMatch troffer systempairs an Advance CertaDrive gen2 driverwith Fortimo VO LV2 modules for a fullyintegrated solution with the quality andreliability that is ...
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Drivers & power supplies

Philips Advance Xitanium LED Drivers with ComfortFade

Philips Advance Xitanium LED drivers with ComfortFade and auxiliary output offer a unique opportunity to deliver greater value for your customers. They set a new standard for ...

Press Releases

Lighting for health & wellbeing

Signify achieves EcoVadis Platinum rating for the fourth consecutive year

Signify rated in top 1% of all companies assessed Eindhoven, the Netherlands – Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, has been awarded the highest...
Sefton before and after LED upgrade
Outdoor: streetlights, general area lighting

Signify’s energy-efficient LED lighting helps the Borough of Sefton on its way to net zero emissions

The project includes upgrades to light points on traffic routes, roads, streets, and residential areas in Sefton, England, which is expected to save £1.8 million annually on energy...
Dublin Port Tunnel before and after LED upgrade
Outdoor: streetlights, general area lighting

Signify supports Dublin Port Tunnel with a fast route to energy efficiency

Retrofitting nearly 2,000 light sources in the tunnel with new Signify LEDs has achieved a 60% energy savings, while repurposing the existing fittings allows circularity with ...


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Lighting for Health & Wellbeing

Signify aces its own environmental test

And its continuous place on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index backs up the home-grown scorecard.
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Horticultural Lighting

Lighting scheme could eliminate a costly phase of cannabis growing

A research team says that indoor farms might skip vegetative stage and go straight to flowering.
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LEDs & SSL Design

Supply chain hangover caused the OEM stupor at Signify

Huge inventories among customers hammered financial results and helped lead to the recently announced corporate restructuring, CEO Rondolat explains.
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Specialty SSL

CONNECTIVITY | Connected emergency lighting simplifies code-required testing and maintenance

Connectivity infuses emergency lighting systems with advanced monitoring and testing features that strengthen reliability and enable adherence to code requirements, TOM STOLL ...
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LEDs & SSL Design

Once again, Signify margins improve while sales and earnings fall

Bright spots emerge, as the horticultural slump could be over. But with geopolitics, world markets remain volatile across the company’s businesses
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LEDs & SSL Design

Europe’s fluorescent ban will hit Signify’s conventional business this quarter

The run of “last buys” has ended, which will show in the results of the company’s smallest - but still sizeable - division when it reports later this month.
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Horticultural Lighting

Far-red: The great pretender that can help your crops

Fluence notes that “FR” can trick fruits and vegetables into thinking they are in the shade and thus encourage them to stretch toward sunlight.
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LEDs & SSL Design

Two top Signify executives leaving

As the cutbacks at headquarters quicken, the CFO and chief commercial officer are saying goodbye. CEO up for re-election. Supervisory board in flux too.
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LEDs & SSL Design

Signify breaks out OEM as a separate division (UPDATED)

Corporate restructuring also includes lay-offs at headquarters.
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Connected SSL & Controls

Signify looks to reverse the decline in Hue

The pioneer of smart home lighting has struggled in the connected home business in the face of lower-priced competitors.


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Product Marketing & Strategy

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Horticultural Lighting

Signify installs its own exec as permanent boss at Fluence

A 29-year veteran of Signify and Philips moves into the top job in Austin, Texas. The parent strengthens its control. Will Signify continue to operate two different horticultural...
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L Prize Prototype 1023
Connected SSL & Controls

L-Prize Prototypes advance connected lighting innovation

DOE L-Prize organizers recognized three luminaire prototypes and three connected systems prototypes for their potential to increase usability, interoperability, sustainability...
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Signify continues to advance its sustainability initiatives, including 3D printing of products such as the pendants pictured above, made from recycled material for fans of Germany’s Werder Bremen soccer team.
LEDs & SSL Design

More factory closures, consolidations likely at Signify as margins improve

Could affect U.S. sites. The company’s continuing cost-cutting measures are slowly helping, but quarterly sales and income fall again.
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Fluence, Grodan, and WUR are researching how to optimize flavor and size of greenhouse strawberries grown year-round.
Horticultural Lighting

Fluence teams with growth media specialist on year-round strawberries

A trial horticultural study in the Netherlands aims to establish the best combination of light and salt levels to optimize flavor and other qualities.
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Cannabis growing in two tiers under the Fluence LED lights at Oakfruitland in Oakland, Calif.
Horticultural Lighting

Bay Area cannabis grower increases yields with LEDs

Oakfruitland also reports lower energy use while providing brighter lighting using Fluence luminaires purchased before the horticultural downturn. But when will the market recover...
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Preliminary results from Signify and WUR indicate that tomatoes can grow well when lights are dimmed at certain times, but that turning lights off and then on again can be detrimental.
Horticultural Lighting

Signify and Dutch university recommit to horticultural research

The LED lighting company and Wageningen extend a 10-year collaboration. Their latest project examines more energy-efficient LED practices for indoor agriculture.
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Former Fluence CEO David Cohen pictured above at Dove offices in Webster, New York, near Rochester, where he is the new boss of the company. Dove provides robotics packaging gear for controlled environment agriculture.
Horticultural Lighting

Fluence falling more into the sphere of its parent company

New co-leaders and chief financial officer all wear the Signify badge. Former CEO David Cohen resurfaces at a robotics packaging company for horticulture.
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The executive lineup at the joint venture’s opening ceremony included Signify’s Angelica Zhou, who is head of outsourced operations for the consumer group, called the Digital Products division. She is pictured first on the left followed in order by: Tanghua Wei, Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee and Mayor of Ruichang; Rowena Lee, division leader, Digital Products, Signify; Wending Jiang, Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee and Mayor of Jiujiang; Eric Rondolat, CEO of Signify; Fenghua Wu, Secretary General of the Municipal Government, Jiujiang City; Yanwei Shen, CEO of Klite. They are holding on to the 51% ownership by Signify in Klite.
LEDs & SSL Design

Signify shines light on its Klite group in China

The company is now describing the arrangement as a joint venture, and implies that the new factory in Jiujiang is an outsourced rather than in-house arrangement.
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Hopefully the croissant and coffee are good, because the paperwork might well be tedious and confusing. Fluence will handle it for growers claiming rebates on LED purchases.
Horticultural Lighting

We’ve heard of lighting as a service, but how about rebates as a service?

A little known offering by Fluence has helped horticultural lighting customers claim back considerable cash for their expenditures on LED gear.