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APOLLON® is an LED lighting solution for offices, meeting rooms, general building areas and foyers. The luminaire is designed as a lay-in luminaire for system ceilings. The height of housing is only 26mm (with integrated ECG) and the sealed construction minimises soiling and maintenance costs. The integrated connection box enables rapid installation and also through-wiring with all versions.
A main characteristic of APOLLON® is its absolutely homogeneous light surface. Reflected glare is minimised, as well as bright-dark contrasts and shadowing. As a lay-in luminaire, it enables you to design with light. The luminaires have the appearance of 'illuminated windows' that can be grouped together to form light ceilings.

Special features
  • homogeneous LED light window with uniform light distribution
  • efficient and economical replacement for T5 and T8 louvre luminaires
  • elegant design thanks to flat construction and high quality white frame
  • VDU-compliant in accordance with EN 12464-1 for computer screens with high luminance levels
Lighting technology

Microprismatic optic with lateral light transmission for a homogeneous luminous surface without visible light points; The luminaires on the ceiling have the appearance of illuminated windows and enable the designing with light: light ceilings with individual light windows can be designed as well as wide-area light ceilings.
Especially uniform distribution of light with minimal reflected glare
Standard-compliant lighting according to EN 12464-1; UGR≤19(L65≤ 3000cd/m²)


Luminaire with 3-pole connection terminal (with DALI: 3-pole + 2-pole for control signal), max. 2.5mm²


Visible luminaire frame of plastic, traffic white (RAL 9016); upper side of luminaire of sheet steel; microprismatic optics of PMMA; surface-mount housing of sheet steel, traffic white (RAL 9016)

Rapid advances in LED technology lead to permanent improvements in energy efficiency. This has the consequence that the luminous flux or power consumption may change accordingly. The current values can be found in the photometric report of each product and in the current download files of the lighting planning data.