Apollon creates uniform light windows in rooms


Apollon from Osram is a diverse, VDU-compliant (UGR19) LED luminaire for electrical contractors who place importance on both an intelligent light concept and many extras. The luminaires have the appearance of homogeneous 'windows of light' that can be grouped together to create light ceilings. Luminous flux was increased by 15% to 4,000 lumens compared to its predecessor model. The luminaire is therefore an efficient and economical replacement not only for 3-lamp but even for 4-lamp 4x18W (T8) and 4x14W (T5) louvre luminaires.

Whether as square lay-in luminaires for system ceilings, as surface-mounted luminaires or for suspended mounting, Apollon has highly diverse uses in offices and public buildings and is suitable for computer screen workstations, in conference rooms, foyers and circulation zones. A special feature is its absolutely homogeneous luminous surface without visible light points. The luminaires on the ceiling look like 'windows of light' and provide users with a wide range of design options; with Apollon they can create either light ceilings with individual light windows or large-area light ceilings. Thanks to the high luminous flux, less luminaires are needed for each room and the lighting is compliant to standards. Reflected glare, strong bright-dark contrasts and shadowing are also avoided with the especially uniform distribution of light.

Apollon features a flat design because the control gear is integrated in the luminaire. The high quality white plastic frame is an injection-moulded unit to avoid any disruptive gaps on the smooth surface, and thanks to the well-thought out installation concept, existing luminaires can be replaced directly without complex recabling. The integrated, large-dimensioned connection box enables rapid installation and also through-wiring up to a 2.5 mm wire diameter for all versions.



OSRAM with headquarters in Munich, Germany is a globally leading light manufacturer with a company history spanning approximately 100 years. The product portfolio contains high-tech applications based on semiconductor technology such as infrared and laser. The products are used in a wide diversity of applications ranging from virtual reality and autonomous driving via mobile phones to networked, intelligent lighting solutions in buildings and cities. The company is global technology and market leader in the automotive lighting technology sector. OSRAM employed around 24,600 people worldwide in the fiscal year 2016 (to 30 September) in its continued business divisions (without Ledvance), and achieved turnover of 3.8 billion euros in this fiscal year. The company is listed at the Frankfurt am Main and Munich stock exchanges under WKN: LED 400 (stock exchange symbol: OSR). Further information can be found on the internet at www.osram.com.