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Philips do Brasil S.A.

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Name: Philips do Brasil S.A.    (BR)  
Abbreviation: philips
Summary:
Philips has been founded in July 28, 1924 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In 1948 Philips starts producing ilumination products in a new factory in São Paulo. Yet, in 1950, Philips starts producing radio sets in this factory, and in 1951, its headquarters was transfered from Rio de Janeiro to Sao Paulo, where it is still the main office in Brazil.

Brands under Philips umbrella in Brazil, that has to do with radio/telecommunications: Ibrape, Constanta and Inbelsa

Founded: 1924
Production: 1948 -
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Carlos Lazarini.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
BR  75 Sintonizador Amplificador 06RH747 BF494  FM stereo, MW and 2 SW receiver, 2 channel stereo, analog tuning. FM = 87.5 to 108 MHz ... 
BR  78 Combinado 06AH920 /00   Philips 06AH920 /00 MW FM radio, record player and play-rec tape deck / dual channel st... 
BR  70 Eletrofone 06GF723 /00R BC548  2 channel stereo, 2 x 2.5 Watts Ceramic cartridge pickup Detachable speaker boxes ... 
BR  75 Eletrofone 06GF623 /00B /00L BC548  2 channel stereo record player. Tone control; DC motor with electronic speed regulator. ... 
BR  75 06RN346 /00 /03 BF494  Car radio 06RN346 /00 /03 Supply: 12 V negative chassis 06RN346 /00: MW = 520 to 1630... 
BR  80 Recorder 06AW721 BC549  By mid 80´s modular hifi - also called "separates" - were a hit in Brazlian market, in spi... 
BR  80 Tape Deck 06AW620 BC549  By mid 80´s modular hifi - also called "separates" - were a hit in Brazlian market, in spi... 
BR  85 Stereo Amplifier 06AH325 BC546  By mid 80´s modular hifi - also called "separates" - were a hit in Brazilian market, in sp... 
BR  88 Rádio Relógio DS183 BC327  Bedside clock radio with red led display TLR4262 MW = 520 to 1605 kHz FM = 88 to 108 M... 
BR  80 Rádio Gravador Estéro 06AR550 /00 /01 /02 /03 BF494  Radio with cassette recorder/player MW = 520 to 1605 kHz FM = 88 to 108 MHz SW1 ... 
BR  80 Receiver 06AH625 BF324  By mid 80´s modular hifi - also called "separates" - were a hit in Brazlian market, in spi... 
BR  70 Combinado TAP 06AH895 BF494  COMBINADO TAP 06AH895 is a set composed by functions: MW FM radio, record player and ... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Philips tube factory in Brazil started opperation on 1955 July 15tbn_br_philips_1955_tubefactory1.jpg
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Advertising of Brazilian produced tubes by Ibrape (Philips) 1955tbn_br_philips_1955_advertising.jpg
Philips do Brasil Audio factory in Piracicaba city, Sao Paulotbn_br_philips_1977_audiofactory.jpg
Philips do Brasil TV factory 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_tvfactory1.jpg
Philips do Brasil TV factory 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_tvfactory2.jpg
Philips do Brasil TV factory 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_tvfactory3.jpg
Partial view from inside the factory of Philips Audio products in Piracicabatbn_br_philips_1977_audiofacotry.jpg
Capacitors made in Brazil by Philips Ibrape in 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_micac1.jpg
Capacitors made in Brazil by Philips Ibrape in 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_micac2.jpg
Capacitors made in Brazil by Philips Ibrape in 1954tbn_br_philips_1954_micac3.jpg
Constanta was a division of Philips do Brasil that locally produced resistors, ferrites, magnets and others passive components. Advertising from 1956tbn_br_philips_1956_constanta1.jpg
Passive components made in Brazil by Philips Constantatbn_br_philips_1965_constanta3.jpg
Passive components made in Brazil by Philips Constantatbn_br_philips_1974_constanta4.jpg
Audio Factory in Manaustbn_br_philips_2000_audiofactory.jpg
Part of Philips TV factory in Manaustbn_br_philips_2000_tvfactorymanaus.jpg
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tbn_br_philips_1962_adv.jpg
tbn_br_philips_1966_adv.jpg
Partial view of audio Philips factory in Piracicaba city (São Paulo), around 1980tbn_br_philips_piracicaba_1980.jpg
Ancient Philips factory of audio products in Piracicaba city. Currently Delphi Automotive is located in this planttbn_br_exphilips_factory.jpg
Ancient Philips TV factory in Guarulhos city / São Paulotbn_br_philips_tvfactory_gia.jpg
Restaurant of Philips factory in Piracicaba city in the 80stbn_br_exphilips_1980_rest.jpg
Philips do Brasil booth at São Paulo Trade Fair in 1955tbn_br_philips_showroom_1955_event.jpg
Philips do Brazil Lamp factory in Capuava (inaugurated in 1954)tbn_br_philips_lampfactory_capuava.jpg
Philips do Brasil - TV factory in Guarulhos, São Paulo, 1963tbn_br_philips_tvfactory_1963.jpg

  
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