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Thinking Green Conference

Client: Thinking Green
Date: August 2015

Project Brief:
Sustainability is an integral element in TP Visions (formerly Philips) philosophy of doing business. The company is committed to doing everything that is reasonable and practicable to minimise any adverse effects of its activities on the environment. TP Vision always strives to minimise the ecological impact of its products and processes.

For TP Vision, sustainability is also a clear competitive factor and enabler for growth. The goal is to provide products and services that won’t force consumers to choose between sustainability and their need for performance and value. TP Visions engineers are continuously exploring and developing ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce material and hazardous substance usage.

Hammonds set up a stall at the Thinking Green conference to promote TP Visions 55″ 6007 series which famously won the European Image and Sound Award for Best Green TV.

Details of the TV:

Extreme Low Standby Power
In standby mode, the TV’s power consumption is less than 0.1 Watts. This is around five times less than the legal limit, which was defined by the European Commision.

Light Sensor
An internal light sensor permanently tunes the light output according to the ambient light. This improves the viewing experience while substantially reducing the power consumption in normal to dark viewing environments by more than 20%.

EU Eco-Label Compliant
The Eu Eco-label certification recognises televisions that have a range of sustainable features, including low energy consumption and low standby power.

EU Eco-Label Compliant
The Eu Eco-label certification recognises televisions that have a range of sustainable features, including low energy consumption and low standby power.

Bezel-free Panel
The 55″ 6007 uses a panel without a surrounding bezel made of plastic. This has various green benefits including lower material consumption, an easier dis-assembly of TV’s at end of product life, and a lower weight, which lowers carbon emissions during transport.

Packaging
TP Vision decided to use the slimmest possible packaging, which in addition is made from recycled cardboard (83%). This results in less material consumption and lowers the ecological impact during transportation.

Green User Interface
All Energy related features are directly accessible via a dedicated Eco Button on the remote control. Pushing the remote controls ECO button brings up a shortlist on screen displaying all the major power consumption related features. this allows for an instant overview of the TV’s Eco-settings. A power meter gives an indication of the current power consumption.

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