Ledvance: LED luminaire portfolio for professionals

10.08.2016 | Trade press

Ledvance offers electrical contractors eight easy-to-install product ranges with attractive cost-benefit ratios via the electrical wholesale sector.

Ledvance has been a legislatively independent subsidiary of Osram since July 2016, and now offers a portfolio of needs-based LED luminaires for professional use for all common applications. Electrical contractors find the energy-efficient luminaires with the “Ledvance” brand exclusively in the electrical wholesale sector. The products feature very good cost-benefit ratios, especially simple mounting, concise designs and durability.

The new portfolio of LED luminaires for professional applications, sourced by electrical contractors via the electrical wholesale trade, currently consists of the eight product families Downlight, Spot, Damp Proof, Linear, High Bay, Panel, Surface Circular and Floodlight. As direct replacements for luminaires with compact fluorescent lamps or halogen lamps, the approximately 60 products feature luminous efficacy to 120 lumens/watt, various color temperatures, a rated service life of up to 50,000 hours and very attractive cost-benefit ratios. Ledvance also provides a guarantee of up to five years due to the reliable product quality. The portfolio has been available since a short time and further models are to follow in autumn.

By simply exchanging, the Downlight for example replaces traditional luminaires with conventional compact fluorescent lamps (2 x 18 watts, 2 x 26 watts), simultaneously providing up to 60 percent in energy savings. The external driver improves flexibility during mounting enormously and the luminaire thanks to its standard dimensions fits into already existing cutouts of the same size. The Spot from the same range, also with an external driver, directly replaces conventional halogen spotlights (35 watts, 50 watts, 75 watts) and is able to save up to 90 percent in energy costs.

With an IP65 protection rating and IK08 impact resistance, the new "Damp Proof" luminaires are ideal for industrial applications, storage areas, workshops and parking lots. Electrical connection is without tools and without the risk of electrostatic damage to the LED modules; through-wiring is also possible. Uniform light is emitted with a wide distribution angle and energy costs are cut by up to half.

The Ledvance Panel replaces conventional luminaires equipped with 4 x 18 or 4 x 14 watt fluorescent lamps. These LED luminaires have a very flat housing (just 10.5 mm) and distribute highly homogeneous light – the models with a UGR (Unified Glare Rating) value of < 19 are also suitable for computer screen workplace lighting. Ledvance provides a five-year guarantee on products from the Panel and Damp Proof ranges.

The round Surface Circular luminaires with diameters of 35 or 40 centimeters can be installed as wall or ceiling luminaires and can also be used in damp rooms thanks to IP44 protection. They are also available with motion or daylight sensors. The highly uniform light with either 3,000 or 4,000 Kelvin has a beam angle of 120 degrees and the basic version saves up to 55 percent in electricity overheads.

The compact Linear luminaires are available in four different versions with lengths ranging from 300 to 1,500 mm. The luminaires are capable of easily illuminating very long rooms because up to ten units can be mounted in a row, and are offered in light colors 3,000 or 4,000 Kelvin as well as with or without a switch.


LEDVANCE GmbH is a fully-owned subsidiary of OSRAM GmbH and is one of the world's leading providers of lamps for professional users and retail customers. The company offers advanced LED lamps as well as a wide range of traditional light sources, standardized luminaires and connected lighting solutions. LEDVANCE is active in more than 120 countries and had approximately 9,000 employees as of 1 July 2016. In the 2015 fiscal year general lighting amounted to around 40 percent of OSRAM turnover or approximately two billion Euros.


OSRAM with headquarters in Munich, Germany is a globally leading light manufacturer with a company history spanning more than 100 years. The portfolio ranges from high-tech applications based on semiconductor technology such as infrared and laser to networked, intelligent lighting solutions in buildings and cities. OSRAM employed around 33,000 people worldwide and achieved turnover of 5.6 billion euros at the end of fiscal year 2015 (to 30 September). The company is listed at the Frankfurt am Main and Munich stock exchanges under WKN: LED400 (stock exchange symbol: OSR).

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