The new compact floodlight from BEGA builds on the efficiency of traditional floodlights, with new LED technology and extra functionality.
August 31st, 2011
Floodlights have always been associated with state-of-the-art lamp technology, evolving to become ever smaller and more powerful.
The BEGA compact floodlight, available from Zumtobel, sets new standards in cost effectiveness, compactness and efficiency.
“We have developed special highly efficient reflectors for each light source,” say the designers.
“Wherever it is technically practical, we offer 3 half peak divergence angles for very narrow, narrow and wide beam options.”
The compact floodlights are available in 4 housing sizes and a lumen range from 460 to 15,000 lumen.
The development and design were influenced by the technical requirements of halogen lamps, metal halide discharge lamps and LED.
LED options alone range from 6.5W with 460 Lumen output to a 30W LED with 2500 lumens, while those with integral transformers are 1-10 V dimmable.
Accessories available for BEGA floodlights include louvres, dichroic colour effect filters and diffuser lenses.
Durable, adaptive and versatile, BEGA brings floodlight technology to an all-new level.
BEGA (available from Zumtobel)
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