Ceiling and wall luminaires

Protection class IP 44

Economical luminaires with long-life technology and, depending on the intended area of use, either a hand-blown opal glass cover or a translucent, impact-resistant synthetic cover. Luminaires for ceiling or wall mounting with LED module or LED lamps for E 27 screw base.

Luminaires which, thanks to their IP 44 protection class, are also ideal for bathroom lighting in accordance with VDE 0100, and provide the perfect solution for many indoor planning and project tasks.

Protection class IP 44

Metal fitting with white enamel finish
Satin matt opal glass or translucent, impact-resistant synthetic cover

Luminaires with LED module:
BEGA Thermal Management ®
Luminaires optionally with on/off power supply unit or DALI controllable power supply unit
20-year availability guarantee for LED modules
Colour rendering index (CRI) > 90
Colour temperature 3000 K or 4000 K

Luminaires with E 27 screw base including LED lamps:
Colour rendering index (CRI) > 80
Colour temperature 2700 K or 3000 K

For applications where glass cannot be used: Luminaires in this series can be ordered with a translucent, impact-resistant synthetic cover by adding a P to the end of the article number.

The power information may change during the validity period of the catalogue as a result of technical progress. You can find data sheets for all luminaires on our website. They contain all luminaire data and the current values for LED service life, luminous flux, maximum ambient temperature, and they provide information on BEGA Thermal Management ®.

Planning examples

On the basis of our empirical values and the suggestions of architects and planners, we have compiled room situations for which lighting design is frequently required. In the following, we shall present possible illumination solutions for these architectural situations. It goes without saying that all technical lighting standards are complied with. In some cases, the degree of illuminance proposed by us may even exceed the standard. For us, the aesthetics of light and a high level of visual comfort are important criteria for such decisions. At the same time, the form and the size of the luminaires must fit into the architectural surroundings. For example, we often recommend larger models if a structure has large dimensions – even if smaller luminaires with lower output would be enough. In such cases, the degree of illuminance can be reduced to a suitable level by means of a light control system.


Soft light is required in the staircase so that the steps do not cast any hard, irritating shadows. The light should also be glare-free. A combination of ceiling and wall luminaires is most suitable. In our example, landings on the individual floors are illuminated with light from the ceiling. The stairs themselves, on the other hand, are accompanied by wall luminaires. Here the luminaires should...

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LED colour temperature
Luminaire cover
Lamp Base A B C AC/DC
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