Large-area luminaires

Ceiling and wall luminaires

BEGA large-area luminaires are luminaires for uniform light over extremely large areas. With large dimensions and impressive light output, these luminaires open up new and creative design options for many architectural areas.

Either as a single luminaire or as an arrangement of different luminaire sizes, they unleash their impressive light effect. The luminaires are illuminating design elements that, in addition to their lighting function, give character to walls or rooms.

All luminaires are DALI-controllable so that the light can be perfectly adapted to the respective lighting situation. The long service life and cost-effectiveness of our LED modules and all technical components further reduce maintenance and operating costs.

Technical data

Protection class IP 65
BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel
BEGA Unidure® coating technology
Safety glass

DALI-controllable power supply units

20-year availability guarantee for LED module

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.

View planning examples

Commercial building entrance
The covered area in front of a commercial building is illuminated from a great height with efficient downlights. The focus is placed on the square pillars supporting the roof using very narrow beam in-ground floodlights on the front side. On the sides and at the rear, they benefit from the light of the downlights. A roof panel projecting over the entrance is fitted with recessed ceiling luminaires to emphasise the way into the building. The illumination level here is about 100 lx. The general lighting of the interior space and of the commercial rooms is effected with large-format, very flat ceiling luminaires. 

Spa
In a spa zone, the illumination makes a significant contribution towards the well-being of the guests. Alternating zones with dimmed light and zones accentuated with illumination are ideal for the relaxation of the guests. At the same time, the lighting system must be able to illuminate the rooms clearly for cleaning purposes. On account of the climatic conditions in such facilities, only luminaires with high protection classes are installed. In the whirlpool cubes, wall luminaires cast wide-beam light onto the ceiling, and this light is reflected softly back into the room. The pools are fitted with underwater luminaires whose light colour can be adjusted variably via RGBW. Between the cubes, in-ground floodlights accentuate the shower area. This light effect is repeated on the front pillars using in-ground floodlights. In the room, soft light falls from the ceiling via flat square luminaires. Recessed wall luminaires line the paths at a height of 40 cm, thus creating safety and structure. Recessed ceiling downlights are installed in the outdoor terrace covering roof.

Waiting zone
As a rule, there is a quiet atmosphere in waiting zones. Some people are reading or sleeping, others are busy with their laptop or smartphone. The illumination of the entire area is effected using downlights. Due to their thick, partially frosted crystal glass, most of the light is emitted directly downwards onto the floor. An average of 150 lx is reached at floor level. The remaining light is refracted by the edge of the glass and is diffused through the matt finish. In this way, the light is also distributed vertically into the room. In addition, flat, square wall luminaires emit soft light.

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