High-performance floodlights

High-performance floodlight in different designs. With a luminaire luminous flux of more than 42000 lumens, they set new standards in terms of economy and efficiency. This series continues our history of successful high-performance floodlights with all of the quality features.

These floodlights are characterised by the extremely long service lives of their LED and power supply units and of their precise optical systems. Glass, silicone and aluminium are used to deflect the light and optimise efficiency. These materials are practically wear-free and virtually unaffected by ageing. BEGA does not use polymer lenses due to their questionable ageing properties and thermal stability. Highly efficient reflectors create either very narrow beam, narrow beam, wide beam or flat beam light distribution for a wide variety of application situations.

Internal ring louvres can be added to limit glare, or the floodlight can be fitted with a shield. A comprehensive range of perfect accessories is available for installing BEGA high-performance floodlights.

Technical data

Protection class IP 67

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel

BEGA Unidure® coating technology

Safety glass

Reflector surface made of pure aluminium

Optical silicone lens

Mounting bracket with one central hole Ø 22 mm and two Ø 9 mm holes · 80 mm apart

BEGA Ultimate Driver®

The RGBW luminaires can be controlled by DALI colour light control (DT 8, RGBWAF, xy).

manually adjustable in four steps

Ambient temperature max. ta =
25 °C
BEGA Thermal Management®

Focussed, very narrow beam and flat beam light distribution:

BEGA Hybrid Optics®

20-year availability guarantee for LED module

84 664 · 84 665 · 84 238 · 84 239:

LED colour temperature 3000 K or 4000 K

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.

Luminaire colour graphite