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 Post subject: Re: WRTL products
PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2015 4:09 pm 
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Philips is incorporating former Indal products they wish to retain into the Philips Catalogue, with products that will untimately die out not being incorporated.


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 Post subject: Re: WRTL products
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Shame they couldn't incorporate the WRTL catalogue system into their website, instead of the convoluted and excessively bulky system that Philips uses currently.

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 Post subject: Re: WRTL products
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mazeteam wrote:
Shame they couldn't incorporate the WRTL catalogue system into their website, instead of the convoluted and excessively bulky system that Philips uses currently.


I think they're deliberately not incorporating the WRTL catalogue because they are discontinuing the remainder of the range that isn't already on the Philips website.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2015 2:02 am 
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Yeah, I was referring to how the website actually works so as to view products - the catalogue system. At least a page URL on that website  wasn't so long it'd completely fill a comment box!

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 Post subject: Re: WRTL products
PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 8:18 am 
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Wasn't sure whether to post this here as WRTL has essentially faded away now due to the Philips aquisition, however, as it's part of an original WRTL family...

It seems that a new variant of the Luma series was introduced over the past few months, the Luma Micro. Seems to be a shortened, narrower version of the Luma Mini. I quite like it; when they introduced the Luma Mini I still felt it a bit long when used side-entry. Hopefully I'll see some in the flesh soon as Sheffield were quick to pick up the Mini when it was released to replace the Stela.

Also, it seems the Arc has been discontinued by Philips. A shame as I was quite fond of it, although I did always think the Iridium had better optical performance.


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 Post subject: Re: WRTL products
PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 2:45 pm 
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Looks like they've kept the Airtrace, Libra, 2000 (now Kegel), Iris, and maybe a few others I'm unaware of, but not in all markets.

This also means that with the Kegel and the Iris, Philips now has lanterns supporting SOX in its catalogue, since 2013 when the Residium and SRS201 were phased out.

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Hello,

I have pictured this streetlight in Middlesbrough :

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I have never seen such an installation elsewhere, but I could see that it was equiped by an INDUSTRIA reflector (the same as INDUSTRIA Aurora you use to call WRTL Vectra in UK).

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Do you have some informations about this one ?

I have also pictured this in Hull but I don't know if this is from the same range as the previous one :

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