Scriptus luminaire range from Osram for individual light in offices


Placing people at the centre of modern office lighting

Human Centric Lighting (HCL) puts people with their biological, emotional and visual needs at the centre. The aim is to optimally equip individual habitats with the interplay of light, space and design, and Osram has implemented this approach for modern office environments with the Scriptus family of luminaires. The range of LED lighting tools designed by the renowned Aisslinger design studio from Berlin convinces with a modern, progressive design and was recently distinguished with the coveted iF Design Award 2017. The luminaires feature outstanding efficiency, and the Tunable White version provides biologically effective light in offices.

The new Scriptus range of luminaires fulfils all functional and aesthetic standards for Human Centric Lighting. The separately controllable direct and indirect distribution light units guarantee users high levels of individuality for personal settings and maximum visual comfort. In addition to 3000K and 4000K light colours, versions with Tunable White (TW) are also available. Blue light distribution can be individually set across the course of the day via the separately controllable TW white component in the direct and indirect components. In the indirect component for example this simulates the actual spectral course of daylight and in the direct component also allows the light atmosphere to be individually selected. Light scenes can be individually defined for groups, or each workplace, or can be manually controlled. Scriptus therefore provides biologically effective, dynamic white light with a brightness sequence and light colour sequence according to the course of daylight, thereby supporting the natural biological rhythm for increased well-being and improved performance capacity.

The multi-level MLA (Multi-Lens Array) optical system in the luminaire ensures optimum glare elimination and high visual comfort. With a UGR value of up to ≤ 16 the luminaire complies with criteria for illuminating DSE workstations, and far beyond normative requirements. To ideally illuminate differing office arrangements, Scriptus is available as a surface-mounted or suspended version with various lengths and lumen levels. The luminaire is equipped as standard with a DALI control unit and on request with integrated daylight and motion sensors. A Lightify Pro version is also available for wireless, app-based light control.

HCL solutions from Osram Lighting Solutions combine artificial light with natural daylight and focus on the visual perception of people, the basis being to provide optimum support for the specific visual task in compliance with defined standards. HCL solutions also enable lighting to be individually adapted to the circadian rhythm in accordance with personal preferences via specific planning and individual control of the light colour and intensity. The light has an activating, relaxing or neutral impact. This biologically emotional effect is supplemented by optimally integrating the lighting solution into the overall architectural context, as the interplay of the luminaire with the room is essential for the well-being of people.


HCL in the office


OSRAM, based in Munich, is a globally leading lighting manufacturer with a history dating back about 100 years. The product portfolio includes high-tech applications based on semiconductor technology such as infrared or laser lighting. The products are used in highly diverse applications ranging from virtual reality, autonomous driving or mobile phones to smart and connected lighting solutions in buildings and cities. In automotive lighting, the company is the global market and technology leader. Based on continuing operations (excluding Ledvance), OSRAM had around 24,600 employees worldwide at the end of fiscal 2016 (September 30) and generated revenue of almost €3.8 billion in that fiscal year. The company is listed on the stock exchanges in Frankfurt and Munich (ISIN: DE000LED4000; WKN: LED400; trading symbol: OSR). Additional information can be found at