Wall luminaires with directed light

Light emission on one or two sides · Symmetrical or asymmetrical light distribution

A new luminaire series in three lengths and with light emission on one or two sides. Wall luminaires with a high protection class for use both indoors and out. Whether arranged individually, in rows or in groups, these are illuminating design elements that make interesting lighting concepts possible.

Technical data

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

DALI-controllable power supply units

20-year availability guarantee for replacement parts and LED modules

The luminaires can be installed in any burning position.

One or two-sided Light emission · Burn-position-independent Use

Our new wall luminaires offer a combination of symmetrical and asymmetrical light distribution, as well as high light output and a choice of three different luminaire lengths. They are available with light emission on one or two sides and can be installed independently of the burning position.

Light emission on one side Symmetrical light distribution

Light emission on one side Asymmetrical light distribution

Burn-position-independent application

Light emission on two sides Symmetrical light distribution

Light emission on two sides Asymmetrical light distribution

View planning examples

Bridges are architectural landmarks which leave a lasting impression of a city. The illumination of bridges is thus of particular significance. Through the accentuation of its striking form, the structure also has an effect at night and, at the same time, can clearly be identified as a point of orientation. The floodlights used are fitted with shields and louvres to prevent undesired stray light and glare. In our example, the footpath along the river is illuminated with long wall luminaires, which create a pleasant lighting atmosphere. In conjunction with the illuminated bridge, this creates significant elements of the city architecture. A degree of illuminance of 20 lx is reached on the footpath.

Pedestrian subway
A pedestrian subway between two building complexes should correspond to the style of the building architecture. In this case it is open, light architecture, which corresponds to daylight on account of large glass surfaces. This light effect should also be achieved in the underground connection. A graphic arrangement of wall luminaires with light emission on two sides thus accompanies the visitors through the subway. An average of 100 lx is reached at floor level. Face recognition is very good on account of the luminous energy. This makes the subway friendly and inviting. The steps of the stairs are flanked by recessed wall luminaires with asymmetrical light distribution.

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