This versatile luminaire is characterised especially by the option of adjusting the luminaire head. It can be turned by 30° in both directions, and the height is also infinitely adjustable. A luminaire for many small lighting applications in the private garden and in the terrace area. Shielded light with very wide beam light distribution on the illuminated surface. A portable luminaire which can simply be placed in lawns, flowerbeds or plants with an earth spike. If required the luminaires can swiftly be moved to a different location.
All BEGA UniLink® luminaires come with a factory-fitted, five-metre-long connecting cable with a waterproof plug connector. This can be used to connect extension cables or even five-way distribution boxes, if required. This makes it quick and easy to position several luminaires in remote locations in a garden, for example. The system can be expanded or modified at any time by means of additional five-way distribution boxes and extension cables, and with additional luminaires with BEGA UniLink® plug connectors.
All connection and extension cables are flexible and can easily be installed on the ground, in trees, or on structural elements.
Light for the house and the garden
Designed specifically for private use
Garden illumination that adapts to your garden.
Protection class IP 65
Cast aluminium and stainless steel
BEGA Unidure® coating technology
Vertical tube made of anodised aluminium
Light deflection through synthetic cover with optical texture
5 m connecting cable with UniLink plug connector
20-year availability guarantee for LED module
LED colour temperature 3000 K
Please note: Connecting individual BEGA UniLink® luminaires or a UniLink system to the mains requires a mains plug, which must be ordered separately.
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