O81
Decorative and robust LED floodlight
logo_brand_glamox
ta-25 Ta40 IP66 CE LED ik09 ik10 mounting_ld_floor-2 mounting_track_short-2 mounting_spot_ground mounting_spot_wall
o81-110_led

O81-110

o81-220c

O81-220C

o81-220_led_5500_6000

O81-220

O81

Glamox O81 is a decorative and robust LED floodlight for many types of applications. Available in three different sizes. The floodlight can be mounted on pole, wall, ceiling or solid ground and is adjustable in all directions.

O81 is manufactured with luminaire housing in die-cast aluminium. Double layer polyester powder coated paint finish. Supplied with tempered safety glass cover. The luminaire has silicone gasket and all screws are in stainless steel.
o81_angles_05
o81_angles_01
o81_angles_04
o81_angles_02
o81_angles_03
o81-environment-web

Light source

LED 1800 - 6000 lumen out
Colour temperature 3000/4000 K, CRI Ra 80, MacAdams 3

O81-220: RGBW on request

Driver

Fixed output (HF).

Body material & colour

Housing in extruded and die-cast aluminium. Double layer polyester powder coated paint finish in colour aluminium grey (RAL 9006). Tempered glass diffuser. Silicone gasket. Stainless steel screws.

Mounting

For installation directly on wall, ceiling or solid ground.
O81-220/220C: For installation also on pole with diameter 102 mm. Single - and twin bracket has to be ordered separately.

Accessories

Sloped visor
Honeycomb louvre
O81-220/220C: Single bracket and twin bracket for pole Ø102 mm

Connection

O81-110: 1 x membrans gland on backside of the luminaire and 3 pole 2.5 mm² screw terminal block.
OO81-220/O81-220C: 2 x membrane glands on backside of the luminaire and 3 pole 2.5 mm² push-in terminal block.

Outdoor use requires suitable flexible cables assuring the water tightness of the membrane gland.

Optic

Wide - (WB), medium - (MB) and narrow beam (NB).

Wind exposed surface

O81-220:   0.10 m²
O81-220C: 0.08 m²

Protection against surges

O81-110/O81-220C: Up to 2kV
O81-220: Up to 4kV
o81-environment-web
o81-110_led_d1

O81-110

Product detail

o81-110_led_d1

Product environment

o81-environment-web
o81-110-led

O81-110

o81-220-led

O81-220

o81-220c_messure

O81-220C

o81-110a-led

O81-110A

Measurement drawings

o81-110-led o81-220-led o81-220c_messure o81-110a-led

A quite extraordinary garden

a7s0825

Who said that convalescent and care buildings for the older generation must be grey, standardised and boring? Answer: Most likely no one. Nonetheless, there are many such constructions in Norway. Precisely why Luranetunet in Os Municipality has garnered so much attention. Broadly speaking, a supervised residential and convalescent centre that in many ways is how we usually think of them – but it offers something more: Situated at 60 degrees north, twenty or so kilometres south of Bergen, a tropical garden has been built as an integrated component of the centre. 1300 square metres of covered garden, filled with tropical plants, a fish pond and “Bamboo Bar”. 

“When we celebrated the opening in wintry November, we numbered 120 sat at the tables, but the lighting and garden surrounding us created such an atmosphere that we could be forgiven for thinking we were instead sitting in sunny Southern Europe.” Aud Winsents, Unit Manager at Luranetunet, speaks fondly of the unique garden in her charge. 

“The garden’s very popular. It’s become like an in-house venue for us, where we hold numerous leisure activities, such as singing, drawing courses, afternoon tea, movie evenings. We have taken these activities out of rooms into the open, tropical surroundings. We also have a koi fish pond. We built the “Bamboo Bar”, where we serve cordial/juice and water, and have evening functions where beer and wine are also an option,” says Winsents.

Luxuriant atmosphere
In total, Luranetunet has 155 residents living in nine different divisions, a tenth will be completed in 2019, which will increase the number of places to 175. The centre offers both nursing care places and residential apartments with 24-hour supervision, and the garden enables the elderly to venture “outside” all year round. A common room, so to speak, for both users and family members. A number of benches have been placed conveniently, and the garden can also be enjoyed from a gallery on the second floor. 

1400 plants, divided into 35-50 different species, are the source for creating the luxuriant atmosphere. A vital component that enables the plants to thrive and grow, is the lighting. Glamox has supplied luminaires for the entire centre, no less than 1500 in total; of which a wide assortment are installed in the garden. Here are bollard lights, park luminaires, and underwater lighting in the koi pond. Of particular interest are the floodlights with so-called RGB technology (Red-Green-Blue). Red LED light specifically ensures better plant growth. 
“The lighting is toned down in the evening and at night, and we are delighted with the solutions that were selected. There has been no negative feedback, in fact, quite the opposite,” says Unit Manager Aud Winsents.

More alert and energetic with Human Centric Lighting
All rooms at Luratunet, the construction of which was completed in the autumn of 2017, have been fitted with modern LED luminaires. One section has also been fitted with the so-called HCL solution (Human Centric Lighting). This is a lighting solution that imitates daylight in intensity and colour temperature, which can also affect us humans, biologically. HCL can provide positive effects to our mood, quality of sleep, wellbeing and job performance. 
“We haven’t undertaken any scientific research, but the reports so far from staff working there, are that they have noticed a significant difference. They feel they are more alert and have more energy, mentioning there is a better atmosphere. They often use the areas as a pleasure walk for the joy of the experience,” says Aud Winsents. 

Open to all
“This isn’t primarily an institution, it’s first and foremost a home”, Tor Inge Døsen told the local newspaper when the tropical garden was officially opened in November 2017. Døsen is a former project manager at Os Municipality, who took the initiative to build the distinctive garden. All who want to visit are welcome, as both the municipality and Luranetunet are eager for the garden to be a vibrant place where people can meet at their leisure. Luranetunet’s older residents are also able to have ‘get-togethers’ here, such as birthday celebrations and similar with family and friends in “Diamanten”, (“the Diamond”), a popular meeting place in our very own tropical garden. 

 
View case study

German Football Museum (DFB)

160610-dfb-dortmund-49-2

Let there be no doubt about it - Germany is a football nation!  After three years of planning and construction the new German Football Museum, DFB, was opened in October 2015. The museum is designed by HPP Architects. The football phenomenon and the fascination around it, is impressively staged in the 7000 square metre venue. 

All aspects of football are presented to the audience in a sequential multimedia experience. The luminaires from Glamox is part of this multimedia world. The entrance of the building with its LED facade makes visitors curious about the exhibition inside. Pulsing light guides visitors into the lobby where it changes into a fascinating ball-shaped sculpture. On the outside specially adapted O81 LED spotlights create interesting light effects. Guido Kürten from HPP Architects refers to the accent lighting on the metallic white facade as “Glow”. It reflects the conscious use of light, especially in the evening and at night.

Multipurpose venue
When the visitors reach the basement of the museum, the journey takes them directly into the 700 m2, multipurpose venue with a cafe, a little football pitch and alternating special exhibitions. On one side of the arena the generous windows let in a large amount of daylight. On the opposite side a special version of our pendent LED luminaire Reed, illuminates the walk-in gallery as a light strip installation. Reed has a remarkably slim and elegant aluminium body with attractive details. It illuminates the museum with 40 percent indirect light and 60 percent direct light. A discrete bracket allows for continuous mounting in flexible angles. The line of light run parallel with the impressing black inner wall, creating a simple, well arranged design. The luminaire is easy to install and clean, with a dust protection cover in clear acrylic as a standard. The discrete distribution of luminaires contributes to the diversity of the multipurpose arena which is used for different types of events like press conferences, TV recordings, gala nights and other large celebrations. 

Backstage lighting
The restrooms are located in a circular module with green walls. Here Glamox D70s illuminate every urinal properly so that it’s impossible to miss the target. The spotlights come with the latest LED light sources. Efficient heat management ensures long product life time. 
To work in the home of German football history is a dream come true for many of the museum’s staff members. The luminaires also contributes to correct lighting backstage. In the ceiling of the meeting room, five Modul S luminaires supply suitable lighting. The exiting combination of different sizes raises the ceiling optically. The robust aluminium luminaire body makes a powerful statement in the room. Modul S provides excellent light output, and creates an impression of light coming straight through the ceiling.

 
 
From idea to design
After the FIFA World Cup 2016 in Germany, the German Football Association decided to use the profit from the championship to finance a national football museum. Among 14 cities who applied for hosting the museum, the DFB board chose to proceed with Köln, Oberhausen, Gelsenkirchen and Dortmund – an area in Nordrhein-Westfalen, the most densely populated county in Germany. 

In the European architectural competition for the German Football Museum, the design by architects Hentrich Petschnigg & Partner was chosen together with two other participants. The City of Dortmund was commissioned by the DFB Foundation for the German Football Museum to host the 2-stage competition with 25 participants. As a place for the history of German football, the new building was to be built in the center of Dortmund, opposite the main railway station and celebrate the joy of football. The museum's cardinal idea is based on the motto "We are soccer", to be the central place for paying tribute to German football. At the same time, the museum is part of the “art and culture mile” in the northern entrée to the city center of Dortmund. 

 
View case study

A quite extraordinary garden

a7s0825

Who said that convalescent and care buildings for the older generation must be grey, standardised and boring? Answer: Most likely no one. Nonetheless, there are many such constructions in Norway. Precisely why Luranetunet in Os Municipality has garnered so much attention. Broadly speaking, a supervised residential and convalescent centre that in many ways is how we usually think of them – but it offers something more: Situated at 60 degrees north, twenty or so kilometres south of Bergen, a tropical garden has been built as an integrated component of the centre. 1300 square metres of covered garden, filled with tropical plants, a fish pond and “Bamboo Bar”. 

“When we celebrated the opening in wintry November, we numbered 120 sat at the tables, but the lighting and garden surrounding us created such an atmosphere that we could be forgiven for thinking we were instead sitting in sunny Southern Europe.” Aud Winsents, Unit Manager at Luranetunet, speaks fondly of the unique garden in her charge. 

“The garden’s very popular. It’s become like an in-house venue for us, where we hold numerous leisure activities, such as singing, drawing courses, afternoon tea, movie evenings. We have taken these activities out of rooms into the open, tropical surroundings. We also have a koi fish pond. We built the “Bamboo Bar”, where we serve cordial/juice and water, and have evening functions where beer and wine are also an option,” says Winsents.

Luxuriant atmosphere
In total, Luranetunet has 155 residents living in nine different divisions, a tenth will be completed in 2019, which will increase the number of places to 175. The centre offers both nursing care places and residential apartments with 24-hour supervision, and the garden enables the elderly to venture “outside” all year round. A common room, so to speak, for both users and family members. A number of benches have been placed conveniently, and the garden can also be enjoyed from a gallery on the second floor. 

1400 plants, divided into 35-50 different species, are the source for creating the luxuriant atmosphere. A vital component that enables the plants to thrive and grow, is the lighting. Glamox has supplied luminaires for the entire centre, no less than 1500 in total; of which a wide assortment are installed in the garden. Here are bollard lights, park luminaires, and underwater lighting in the koi pond. Of particular interest are the floodlights with so-called RGB technology (Red-Green-Blue). Red LED light specifically ensures better plant growth. 
“The lighting is toned down in the evening and at night, and we are delighted with the solutions that were selected. There has been no negative feedback, in fact, quite the opposite,” says Unit Manager Aud Winsents.

More alert and energetic with Human Centric Lighting
All rooms at Luratunet, the construction of which was completed in the autumn of 2017, have been fitted with modern LED luminaires. One section has also been fitted with the so-called HCL solution (Human Centric Lighting). This is a lighting solution that imitates daylight in intensity and colour temperature, which can also affect us humans, biologically. HCL can provide positive effects to our mood, quality of sleep, wellbeing and job performance. 
“We haven’t undertaken any scientific research, but the reports so far from staff working there, are that they have noticed a significant difference. They feel they are more alert and have more energy, mentioning there is a better atmosphere. They often use the areas as a pleasure walk for the joy of the experience,” says Aud Winsents. 

Open to all
“This isn’t primarily an institution, it’s first and foremost a home”, Tor Inge Døsen told the local newspaper when the tropical garden was officially opened in November 2017. Døsen is a former project manager at Os Municipality, who took the initiative to build the distinctive garden. All who want to visit are welcome, as both the municipality and Luranetunet are eager for the garden to be a vibrant place where people can meet at their leisure. Luranetunet’s older residents are also able to have ‘get-togethers’ here, such as birthday celebrations and similar with family and friends in “Diamanten”, (“the Diamond”), a popular meeting place in our very own tropical garden. 

 
View case study

Find your version

Use this feature to find the exact version of O81 that you are looking for. Find article numbers and product details, spec sheets, lighting details, accessories and relevant documentation.


Documents

3MB
~3MB

RFA Revit Files

Total size
Download