JUNE 12, 2019
A new approach to recessed wall luminaires
Ease of Installation
BEGA’s newest recessed wall luminaires now come in two pieces rather than three. A separate back housing may be installed in a wide variety of wall construction types. Wire connections are then made in the back housing, and the complete luminaire is sealed into place with two screws.
Internal components of these luminaires are accessible for maintenance if necessary, but the sealed luminaire enables a quicker and more simple installation.
5 Redesigned Product Families
Unshielded luminaires create a guiding light effect. All sizes available in two wattage options - high output, or to be used as location markers.
Shielded luminaires are ideal for glare-free ground illumination. Ideal for illuminating stairs or footpaths.
Asymmetric distributions efficiently direct light across a ground plane. Ideal for illuminating building entrances, stairways and pathways.
Asymmetric widespread distributions evenly illuminate a ground plane from increased fixture spacings. Ideal for illuminating corridors and pathways.
Incredible surface washing distribution
A new product family for BEGA, our asymmetric forward throw recessed wall luminaires were optically designed to wash a ground plane with light from very low mounting heights. With a similar effect to that of a ceiling mounted wall washing luminaire, this product family achieves similar lighting on the ground, with the durability required of exterior recessed luminaires.
This light distribution is ideal for open spaces, such as large plazas or wide walkways, where even illumination and unobstructed pathways are desired.
Continue your design with complementary bollards
Four complementary bollard families are available for the unshielded, asymmetric, asymmetric widespread, and asymmetric forward throw distributions. Three unique bollard heights provide even more design options. Maintain consistency of luminaire style throughout a project, or even keep the light distribution on a ground plane continuous by maintaining the same mounting height between recessed wall luminaires and their matching bollards.
Diffuse light provides sufficient vertical illumination to highlight the face of pedestrians for a safe and comfortable environment.
Light is efficiently directed onto the ground plane in front of the bollard, while providing excellent glare control.
Spacing distances may be optimized with a widespread distribution that focuses uniform light on the ground in both directions.