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Wednesday 26 March 2014

Evolutionary progress: The Olivio family of system luminaires — now with premium-quality white and RGBW LED lighting technology.

The Olivio lumi­naire system by Selux has proven its worth during many deman­ding pro­jects such as the Por­sche Museum in Stutt­gart or Marseille’s Old Port. Now the Olivio has evol­ved even fur­ther, incor­po­ra­ting addi­tio­nal options and the latest tech­no­logy to ensure it remains state-of-the-art: its LED lumi­naire heads pro­vide ever higher-per­for­mance while RGWB will open up hitherto undreamt of pos­si­bi­li­ties for exte­rior design using dyna­mic, colou­red light. Selux has made spe­ci­fi­ca­tion even sim­pler too via the Olivio online con­fi­gu­ra­tor avai­la­ble at www​.selux​.com, which guides ope­ra­tors inte­rac­ti­vely in just a few steps to create a tender ready pro­duct spe­ci­fi­ca­tion.

Maxi­mum design free­dom for plan­ners

Olivio offers a mul­ti­tude of con­fi­gu­ra­tion options due to its con­si­stent, modu­lar struc­ture, which is one reason for the system’s con­ti­nuing suc­cess, ena­bling as it does indi­vi­dual design solu­tions for spe­ci­fic loca­tions and pro­jects. Olivio lumi­naire heads are avai­la­ble in the sizes Grande, Medio and Pic­colo and can be com­bi­ned with various arms and pole types from the three Sistema, Flo­ra­cion and Can­de­la­bra design lines. The variants crea­ted never­the­less retain a con­si­stent appea­rance and are capa­ble of per­for­ming both func­tio­nal and atmo­sphe­ric lighting tasks in out­door areas, such as the illu­mi­na­tion of paths and squa­res, spo­tlighting of faca­des or accent lighting of buil­dings.

Unli­mi­ted colour diver­sity with RGBW

The new dyna­mic RGBW lighting option merges seam­les­sly into the Olivio pro­duct family’s modu­lar prin­ci­ple. Light plan­ners can create an impres­sive look that is ideally coor­di­na­ted to the envi­ron­ment using ver­sa­tile, self-con­fi­gu­ra­ble lumi­naire shapes while at the same time inte­gra­ting dyna­mic, colou­red lighting into their con­cepts as an addi­tio­nal sty­ling ele­ment. Olivio RGBW lumi­nai­res enable unli­mi­ted colour diver­sity too. Tech­ni­cally spea­king, Selux is brea­king new ground here — the spe­cial RGBW optics is based on a cir­cu­lar arran­ge­ment of colou­red and white LEDs in a rota­tion-sym­me­tri­cal, freely-con­fi­gu­ra­ble reflec­tor. Its geo­me­try ena­bles pre­ci­sion colour mixing con­tai­ned enti­rely within the optics unit.

Com­for­ta­ble con­trol via an app

Pro­gram­ming and con­trol of dyna­mic and static light scenes with Olivio RGBW lumi­nai­res is via DALI or DMX – e.g. with the Selux Net­com­po­ser. The light mana­ge­ment system ena­bles up to 32 lumi­nai­res to be con­trol­led via DALI or up to 256 via DMX. In this way highly com­plex scenes and sequen­ces can be effor­tles­sly pro­gram­med and simply recal­led. Although it can be ope­ra­ted via inter­fa­ces with con­ven­tio­nal key or but­tons, inte­gra­tion of touch panels is also pos­si­ble, as is WLAN con­trol via smart­phone or tablet with the Selux Lighting­Tab” app for Android, iOS and Win­dows 8.

Equally varia­ble are the rewor­ked Olivio lumi­naire heads with white 3000K or 4000K LEDs and opti­mi­sed, pre­mium qua­lity reflec­tor geo­me­try for spot, medium or flood light distri­bu­tions, which can be swit­ched and dimmed via various inter­fa­ces. The use of intel­li­gent con­trol systems ena­bles light to be con­trol­led indi­vi­dually and pre­ci­sely as requi­red while the user-orien­ted con­trol redu­ces energy con­sump­tion sustai­na­bly, lowers costs and opti­mi­ses a redu­ced CO2 foot­print.

Qua­lity fea­tu­res for a long lumi­naire life­time

Highest qua­lity mate­rials and maxi­mum func­tio­na­lity during usage are fea­tu­res that have long since come to be expec­ted of Selux pro­ducts: The Olivio’s long ser­vice life and its housing’s dirt-resi­stant, orga­nic shape will keep main­te­nance costs to the mini­mum. Pre­mium qua­lity details of its IP 67 pro­tec­tion class hou­sing as well as its con­cea­led cable rou­ting, unre­stric­ted orien­ta­tion via two axes and ample swi­vel­ling ranges, plus the housing’s cylin­der-loc­king mecha­nism of ope­ning and clo­sing using just one screw thread all serve to empha­sise the Olivio’s claim to qua­lity in every respect.

March 2014

Manu­fac­tu­rer con­tact:
Manuela Sch­na­bel, Mar­ke­ting Mana­ger / Com­mu­ni­ca­tion
Selux AG, Motze­ner Straße 34, 12277 Berlin, Ger­many
T +49 30 72001 – 246, m.​schnabel@​selux.​de

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