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GPV2 is an IP67 luminaire for mounting on ceiling or wall.

The luminaire housing is manufactured in grey recyclable glass reinforced polyester. The diffuser is supplied in polycarbonate with stainless steel clips.

For indoor use or outdoor use under shelter.

Please note: This product is suitable for onshore applications only

Light source

LED 2100 - 7500 lumen out
Colour temperature 4000 K, CRI Ra 80, MacAdams 3
On request: 3000 K


Fixed output (HF) or DALI dimmable (1-100%). Driver life time up to 120,000 h/10 % (max failure) at Ta 25°C.

Body material & colour

Luminaire housing in grey recyclable glass reinforced polyester. Polycarbonate diffuser (PC). White painted geartray. Diffuser clips in stainless steel.


Directly on ceiling, wall or luminaire tracks, alternatively by use of suspension brackets to be ordered separately. On horizontal wire by use of accessories.


Suspension brackets


5 pole 2.5 mm² screw terminal block. 1 x M20 cable gland in each end (cable Ø 7-14 mm).
5 x 2.5 mm² through wiring.

Integrated emergency light

Some variants can be supplied with emergency lighting systems.
GPV2  B  L  H
GPV2-600 LED
 172  702  105  500
GPV2-1200 LED
 172  1312
 105  800
GPV2-1500 LED
 172  1612  105


GPV2  B  L  H
GPV2-600 LED
 172  702  105  500
GPV2-1200 LED
 172  1312
 105  800
GPV2-1500 LED
 172  1612  105

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Heathrow Airport LED upgrade


Recently a major upgrade to LED lighting has been carried out, in cooperation with Glamox Limited. The project includes a variety of key locations at the airport, such as terminals, control posts, car parks and more.

Important cost savings 
This investment in the latest energy efficient technology will contribute to improved passenger ambience, and at the same time reduce the airport’s energy and CO2 consumption.

Heathrow has set a target to reduce it's absolute CO2 emissions from fixed sources by 30% on 1990 levels by March 2020. Significant savings will also be made on maintenance costs:

Heathrow, a major hub airport, has particularly high costs of access for maintenance. In all areas maintenance can only be carried out during a few hours at night. The airport’s new LED lighting solutions are virtually maintenance free, so that 100% lighting levels can be upheld without cumbersome and time consuming light source changes.

Project descriptions

Project 1: Car parks at Terminals 2, 3 and 4
In the terminal car parks most of the lighting was provided by traditional 5ft 2x58 Watt corrosion proof luminaires, using approximately 122 Watt each. The airport was aiming to reduce energy costs and maintenance cycles, while improving the experience for the passengers/users.

Our solution
Looking at the client’s requirements and specifications for these types of areas, we looked at a one-for-one replacement using 4ft Glamox GPV2 LED running at 40 watt per fitting. This enabled us not only to meet the requirements, but also to use a third of the power consumption, showing massive energy savings.

In some circumstances 2ft GPV2 LED were used on the perimeters in place of single 5ft luminaires. Utilizing external light sensors and daylight switching, further reductions in the energy consumption were obtained. On the ground floor of the Terminal 3 car park we used the i80 at high level in place of discharge lights and incorporated occupancy sensors on alternate lights.
Product types: GPV2 LED & i80

Project 2: Terminal 4 entrance canopy (Arrivals)

The old terminal entrance lighting was on 24/7. Here the airport was using 250 Watt metal halide high bay luminaires recessed into the ceiling, which is 8 metres high. These luminaires had started to fail and fall into disrepair. The airport was looking at reducing the energy consumption and improving maintenance. Access was a major issue.

Our solution
By using Glamox i80 mounted within the recess and supplying an external bezel we actually improved the energy consumption by 69%, while contributing greatly to improved maintenance. With the aid of external daylight sensors some 70% of the luminaires are now switched off during daylight hours, thus providing further energy savings.

Product types: i80 LED 8000 DALI 840 MB HTG

Project 3: Passenger Subways linking Terminals 1, 2 and 3

The passenger subway linking the terminals at Heathrow were lit by a combination of linear fluorescent tubes and recessed and surface mounted CFL downlights. Subway transfers were not a particularly pleasant experience for passengers. It was important that we should be able to enhance the lighting in these areas.

Our solution
In cooperation with lighting designers Studio Fractal and installer Crown House Technologies, it was decided to redesign the entire system’s lighting scheme. We used Glamox C50-SR LED RGB for the wall wash. This makes it possible to change the colour of the walls in order to make the lighting more exciting. All recessed and surface mounted downlights were substituted with LED models. As a result, the passenger tunnels are now well lit and have a much more pleasant ambience.

Product types: C50-SR RGB, D70-R195 LED and i75 LED

Project 4: Security control posts

The vehicles security control posts are a particularly important part of an airport’s security system. All vehicles entering the airport area are thoroughly checked in full light, 24/7. The old 250 Watt metal halide floodlights at some of the control posts were failing, diffusers were discoloured and maintenance was becoming an issue.

Our solution
An upgrade was made at a total of four security control posts. Changing to Glamox GPV2 LED luminaires gave good energy savings and reduced maintenance costs. We also suggested the use of Glamox i80 mounted on the columns using our turnable bracket. This again gave good energy savings and reduced maintenance costs.  It also enhanced the lighting in these areas to a very high standard. Airport management is now looking to roll this out to other control posts across Heathrow. 

Product types: i80 and GPV2 LED
View case study

Croft Medical Centre, Chelmsley Wood


Project Overview
Croft Medical Centre is an NHS practice under contract with NHS England, serving the local community. The practice moved into a brand new building in 2015. The owners were determined to create the best possible setting for patients and staff. At the new Croft Medical Centre, this includes not only functional architecture and clean aesthetics, but also modern lighting technology and lighting design.

Our Solution
Careful use of colour, furniture and lighting can make the atmosphere of a practice feel fresh and different. It can mitigate patients’ anxiety and stress as they enter the premises. For example may the use of decorative luminaires create intimacy and soften the clinical ambience. Still, a medical practice is a professional working environment, and ample lighting is required.

At Croft Medical Centre this has been solved by combining the installation of decorative lighting products with recessed luminaires and downlights throughout. The practice is a showcase for good lighting solutions.

Products Installed
Glamox C70-R600 LED recessed luminaires
Glamox C15-R600 LED recessed luminaires
Glamox D70-R downlights
Glamox A10-S350 LED decorative wall luminaires
GPV2-600 LED industrial luminaires
Eminent 1200 LED industrial luminaires
Glamox A50-P pendant luminaires
Glamox E85-R LED emergency lighting
Glamox E80-S LED exit signs
Luxo LHH LED specialist medical examination luminaires

Client:                              Chelmsley Associates Ltd.
Consultant:                     Mr. Dan Horton, Principal Electrical Engineer at
 Engineering Services Consultancy Ltd, Birmingham
Electrical Contractor:    Skerrit Electrical Ltd., Birmingham
Photographs:                 Karl Otto Kristiansen View case study

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