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Unshielded pendant luminaires

Unshielded luminaires in various sizes.

Luminaires for fluorescent lamps with cylinders made of hand-blown three-ply opal glass in which a wafer-thin opalescent layer is molten between two layers of crystal glass. This produces a highly-translucent but opaque glass that diffuses the light very uniformly. The effect is particularly enhanced by the large surface area of the luminaire glass.

They are solid, reliable lighting tools that will continue to do their job over long operating periods. Perfect proportions and impressive luminaire glass make these luminaires elegant and durable elements of interior design.


Stainless steel screwed glass connections
Canopy in white enamel finish
Opal glass
Transparent cable pendant

Special lengths on request

  Lamp Base A B L AC/DC
56 266   1 TC-L 36 W 2 G 11 80 550 2000
56 270   1 TC-L 55 W 2 G 11 80 670 3000
56 285   1 TC-L 80 W 2 G 11 80 720 3000

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With the free BEGA AR+ app, our luminaires can be viewed from all angles in the area they are to be installed. Simply download the convenient app to your smartphone or tablet and it’s ready to use. After scanning the planned area of installation, the selected luminaires can be placed.
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Electrical safety

The luminaires in this catalogue are designed and produced on the basis of the EN 60598/VDE 0711 standards. The majority of the luminaires bear the relevant test mark on the type plate as well as on the packaging and instructions for use. The other luminaires have been or will be submitted for certification, but the certification and approval procedure is still in progress. We can provide information on the status of the certification procedure at any time. Special orders are produced in accordance with the above set of regulations.
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