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LED light building elements with wooden pole

Symmetrical or asymmetrical flat beam light distribution


Light building elements as luminous design elements for public areas made of laminated wood in accordance with DIN EN 14080 and aluminium. Particularly in the dark, the illuminated wood truly takes centre stage. On streets, squares or in traffic-calmed areas, the wood creates a pleasant feeling of naturalness and warmth.

Light building elements are particularly suitable for dividing and structuring outdoor spaces. They can be used to guide or lead people and vehicles. The attention-drawing power of this energy-efficient illumination is considerably greater than that of pole-top luminaires. Light building elements can be used to serve the architectural structure or to spectacularly highlight it.

The light building elements with wooden pole are available with a choice of symmetrical or asymmetrical flat beam light distribution as well as in various mounting heights. They are equipped with BEGA Thermal Management ® technology to protect the luminaires from overheating due to excessive ambient temperatures.

Symmetrical light distribution is ideal for illuminating squares, while asymmetrical flat beam light distribution is particularly suitable for illuminating streets and paths.

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Protection class  IP 65
BEGA Thermal Management ®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel
Laminated wood in accordance with DIN EN 14 080
Synthetic cylinder, clear
Reflector made of pure anodised aluminium

DALI controllable

Door and connection box 71 084

20-year availability guarantee for LED modules

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.

Naturally stylish and durable – outdoor luminaires with wood and aluminium

Wood istough and durable, light yet strong, regulates moisture and is extremely versatile. It is theideal building material for any architectural style. Indeed, the advantages of wood go farbeyond its functionality. Wood elicits emotion, conveys a feeling of warmth and naturalness,has a relaxing effect and yet also creates a vibrant atmosphere. This historically significantmaterial also has the potential to become a material of the future. At a time when it isbecoming increasingly clear that most resources are finite, wood’s importance as a materialthat can be sustainably regrown is increasing. As it grows, each tree removes CO2 from theair and enriches it with fresh oxygen. That means that trees make a valuable and sustainablecontribution to protecting the climate.

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BEGA Coating Technology®

The creative interplay of the two materials defines a new, extremely exclusive design language that blends harmoniously into different situations and architectural styles. The permanent union of the two materials should not be taken for granted, however. Under normal circumstances, the organic acids in the wood can damage untreated metals. That’s where our patented BEGA Coating Technology® comes in. It protects metallic surfaces permanently and effectively. Even under extreme climatic conditions such as constant sunlight, strong temperature fluctuations and high humidity, the metal remains highly corrosion-resistant and stable. In this way, two extremely durable materials can be united to achieve outstanding quality, maximum functionality and a unique style.

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About our wood and maintaining it

As a rule, a brush and a little water are all you need to maintain the wood. If, after manyyears of use or due to unforeseen damage, the wood needs reconditioning or re-coating,our partner Aubrilam offers these services.

Aubrilamcare

Phone +33 (0) 4 73 31 86 86

aubrilamcare@aubrilam.fr


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.


Train station forecourt

A forecourt of 40 x 20 m opens up in front of a station. This area is bordered by a low wall, which is interrupted by a staircase. This staircase is used to reach street level. Recessed wall luminaires are installed in the wall and in the steps of the staircase for orientation and guidance purposes. The forecourt is illuminated and at the same time structured by light building elements. These are...

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Finish
LED colour temperature
Symmetrical light distribution 
LED Power supply unit A B C D AC/DC
84 492 K3 22.5 W 2375 lm DALI controllable 140 700 4000 800
84 493 K3 33.0 W 3663 lm DALI controllable 170 800 4500 800
84 494 K3 52.0 W 6279 lm DALI controllable 220 930 5000 1000
 
Asymmetrical flat beam light distribution 
LED Power supply unit A B C D AC/DC
84 495 K3 22.5 W 2294 lm DALI controllable 140 700 4000 800
84 496 K3 33.0 W 3636 lm DALI controllable 170 800 4500 800
84 497 K3 52.0 W 6217 lm DALI controllable 220 930 5000 1000
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