Impact-resistant wall luminaires

With optional PIR motion and light sensor

Characteristic of a whole series of luminaires in the BEGA range of products – and meanwhile for many luminaires by other manufacturers all over the world. Luminaires that have become the absolute standard for outdoor luminaires. We have been producing this series, which received its first international design award back in 1980, for more than 40 years, while continually improving its technical features. The design of the luminaires has remained practically unchanged to this day.

We have developed these luminaires further and perfectly adapted their structure and design to our LED technology. We have taken a restrained approach to updating their design in order to preserve their status as absolute classics.

Luminaires with a passive infrared motion and light sensor react to thermal radiation in the dark, switching on when people or animals move in the vicinity of the luminaire. They are parametrised via Bluetooth® and the free BEGA Tool app. This allows individual light levels to be easily and conveniently defined for certain modes.

Technical data

Protection class IP 65
BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel
BEGA Unidure® coating technology
Crystal glass, inside white

On/off or DALI-controllable power supply units

20-year availability guarantee for LED module

Please note: Luminaires with PIR sensor and DALI power supply unit are designed for operation in an existing DALI system. An additional DALI power supply 71 094 or 70 866 is required if the luminaires are not going to be operated in a DALI system. Options for changing the default settings can be found in the instructions for use for these luminaires.

The luminaire luminous flux and the luminaire connected wattage quoted in the table may change as a result of technical progress. On our website you will find data sheets with information on each luminaire concerning not only the current values but also the LED service life and the luminous flux in relation to the respective colour temperature.

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