Landlord Ground

Landlord Ground 64

Designed by Piero Lissoni

The Landlord Ground is an IP67 luminaire family for ground recessed installation, powered by a 24V remote power supply. Body in anodized, then resin coated aluminum, external ring in shot-peened stainless steel, encasing the entire control electronics. The head available in 2 sizes, ø49 mm (1.9″), and ø64 mm (2.5″), with uplight or grazing emission (one, two, or four beams). Uplight emission versions are available with spot or medium optic, or with integrated non-removable honeycomb louver, for maximum visual comfort.

Mounting
Ground
Lamp
LED
Beam Angle
15º, 25º
Wattage
3.4W
Lumen Output
183lm to 196lm
Color Temperature
2700K, 3000K, 4000K
CRI
80
Finishes
Stainless Steel
Aiming
Fixed
IP Rating
IP65
Certifications
cULus
Power Supply

LED power supply source for remote installation, 24V/45W, 120V-277V, PWM Dimming

LED power supply source for remote installation, 24V/90W, 120V-277V, PWM Dimming

Electrical

Input fixture voltage 24V

Control: Non Dimmable / Standard 0-10V dimming

Driver: Remote – Class 2

Input Driver Voltage: 120V-277V

Notes

Recommended connections for in-ground installations with a 2-way terminal block 4-pole IP68 water stop on 24V side. Order separately.

All drivers should be installed in weather resistant enclosures (by others) or indoors. Silicon filled wire-nuts where required, should be used on all line-voltage connections to avoid syphoning moisture to electrical components.

During installation and maintenance avoid scratching or damaging the finish as it may result in premature corrosion of metal surfaces. Avoid cleaning fixtures with corrosive chemicals as it may result in voiding the warranty.

LED fixtures are highly susceptible to failure due to electrical effects from poor connections, and electrical short circuits. These are frequently caused by (a) over-voltage from primary voltage sources, (b) electrostatic discharge from the exterior environment. Ensure that all outdoor fixtures are installed on GFI circuits as required by code, and use proper surge protecting devices to avoid irreversible damages to electrical components.