Being able to fall back on our own LED and glass production when new ideas are being implemented has always been a major advantage for us. This allowed us to develop a special LED module just for this line and then combine it with our own glass to produce a unique glass with two different light intensities. We call this glass DUOLOGIC.
The maximum luminous intensity of the LED is guided downward through the glass directly onto the illuminated surface, achieving the maximum possible brightness. The second brightness zone is directed towards the exterior surface of the glass. The outer glass surface has a pleasant luminance with high visual comfort.
System pendant luminaires
Structural conditions often require pendant luminaires to be installed on different ceiling constructions. With BEGA system pendant luminaires, you can simply order the installation components that match your system pendant luminaires and which meet the requirements for operation of the luminaires and for the desired type of installation.
Light for the house and the garden
Designed specifically for private use
BEGA system pendant luminaires
Individual installation options
Opal glass DUOLOGIC
Black cable pendant
Special lengths on request
On/off or DALI-controllable power supply units
Colour rendering index (CRI) > 90
When used with canopy types AS and CS, luminaires with on/off power supply units are also dimmable.
20-year availability guarantee for LED module
Please note: With BEGA system pendant luminaires, you can simply order the installation components that match your system pendant luminaires and which meet the requirements for operation of the luminaires and for the desired type of installation. These are available by clicking on the row in the table under the tab “Accessories”.
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.