Recessed ceiling luminaires

For external on/off power supply units or DALI controllable power supply units

Recessed ceiling and wall luminaires in various outputs and sizes for installation in suspended ceilings.

Using the appropriate installation housing, the luminaires are also suitable for installation in concrete ceilings. Together with the installation surface, the hand-blown three-ply opal glass forms practically one plane and distributes the light uniformly in the room. These almost flush-mounted recessed luminaires enable a calm and harmonious surface design for walls and ceilings and achieve high degrees of illuminance. In the illuminated state, this results in an interesting contrast between the luminaire and mounting surface.

Technical data

BEGA Thermal Management®

Luminaire housing made of aluminium Satin matt opal glass

Cable between the luminaire and the power supply unit with plug connector

External power supply units for the operation of these luminaires must be ordered separately as accessories.

Colour rendering index (CRI) > 90

When making the recessed opening in concrete ceilings, it is advisable to use an installation housing. Installation housings are accessories and must be ordered separately.

The required installation depths can be found in the instructions for use for these luminaires.

20-year availability guarantee for replacement parts and LED modules

View planning examples

Hotel corridor
When guests walk through a hotel corridor, they are guided by recessed ceiling luminaires whose light illuminates the corridor uniformly. The luminaires are installed flush with the ceiling. The glass has stainless steel trim rings. For easy orientation, the lifts and staircase access routes are marked with wall luminaires, which seem to create their impressive light graphics without a luminaire housing, resulting in a pleasantly soft light with a special lustrous effect. The light of both types of luminaire is glare-free. A light control system with presence detectors is recommended for these areas.

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