Light building element heads

Symmetrical or asymmetrical flat beam light distribution

BEGA system light building elements are a modular luminaire range – illuminating design elements for public spaces. They are ideal for dividing and structuring outdoor spaces, as well as guiding pedestrians and vehicles. Their attention-drawing power is considerably greater than that of pole-top luminaires. Light building elements can be used to serve the architectural structure or to highlight it spectacularly.

These are optionally available with symmetrical or asymmetrical flat beam light distribution and with different mounting heights. Luminaires for a wide range of applications in public spaces. Depending on the light distribution, they are suitable, for example, for illuminating squares, access roads, car parks and traffic-calmed zones.

Simply order the light building element head and your preferred light building element tube to go with it. The two modules can be quickly and easily connected to one another during installation.

You will find more products of this type in the following series:

BEGA system light building elements

Flexible combination of luminaire head and tube

Dark Sky

Luminaires for natural environments

Technical data

Protection class IP 65 BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel BEGA Unidure® coating technology Transparent synthetic cylinder Reflector made of pure anodised aluminium

BEGA Ultimate Driver® · DALI-controllable

20-year availability guarantee for replacement parts and LED modules

BEGA system light building elements The modular range of luminaires

Light building elements divide and structure outdoor spaces. Their guiding effect and ability to attract attention can be utilised in a customised luminaire and lighting design, thanks to the new BEGA system light building elements. Different light building element heads can be combined with different light building element tubes. Additional floodlights expand the design possibilities – for an eye-catching and targeted lighting experience.

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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 positioned 10.75m apart, and guarantee good face recognition thanks to their uniform and rotationally symmetrical light. The degree of illuminance is between 10 and 20 lx. 

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