Recessed wall luminaires

For flush or surface-mounted installation

For decades, BEGA luminaires from this series have been outstanding lighting construction details on numerous structures worldwide. We are constantly developing these luminaires and always perfectly match the construction and design to our LED technology. The extremely low maintenance requirements allow a new product concept with far easier and quicker installation. The electrical connection is comfortably established before installation in the structure.

The installed luminaire is then mounted securely in the structure or in the installation housing with our BEGA mounting system. All installation dimensions are identical to those of the previous luminaires. The slim yet screwless luminaire frames are highly distinctive.

Technical data

Protection class IP 65 BEGA Thermal Management®

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

BEGA Ultimate Driver® on/off or DALI-controllable

Protection class IP 65 BEGA Thermal Management®

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

BEGA Ultimate Driver® on/off or DALI-controllable

Protection class IP 65 BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel Coated with BEGA Tricoat® Safety glass

BEGA Ultimate Driver® on/off or DALI-controllable

Protection class IP 65 BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel BEGA Unidure® coating technology Safety glass Reflector made of pure anodised aluminium

BEGA Ultimate Driver® on/off or DALI-controllable

View planning examples

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. 

Staircase
The pleasant illumination invites visitors to enter the building. The forecourt is arranged and structured by light building elements. The massive structure, for example a theatre, becomes accessible via a generously dimensional staircase entering the building. Most of the light in this area comes from the ceiling. Efficient floodlights guarantee imposing light and give the staircase and the entrance area a radiance that attracts the visitor. Recessed wall luminaires accentuate the structure. They follow the steps of the staircase and lead the visitor into the interior of the building. In order to be able to create suitable lighting scenarios for events, it is recommended that the lighting system should be fitted with a light control unit.

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