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TEMA BUEN

Tema Buen in galvanised steel is strong and maintenance free. The design is simple, conceived in the strong, vandal-proof material. Use it both interior and exterior.

Tema Buen is available with two different LED types. The downward variant will not light up the upper half of the screen, which is - consequently - often shaded. The variant with up and downward LED will light up the upper and the lower part of the screen uniformly and will often be used with an opal-white screen. 

Specifications

TEMA BUEN

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Luminaire

TEMA BUEN
Material Hot-dipped galvanised steel, wall box in cast aluminium
Shade Clear polycarbonate, option for top cover
Connection Max two cables, 2.5 mm2, into 5 x 6 mm2 terminal block
Classification IP66, class I or II
Weight 5 kg


LED and driver data

LED type 1 x Bridgelux V8, directed downwards
Operational life min 100,000 hours at ta max 25° C, L80B10
Total consumption 9 or 12 W (350 or 500 mA)
Colour temperature 2700, 3000, or 4000 Kelvin
Colour rendering min 90 Ra
Colour accuracy 3 steps SDCM
Output ratio 80%

Driver Helvar LED driver
350 or 500 mA
Operational life min 50,000 hours

Variants and options

 

Item No. Downward LED
6870- 9 W LED, 350 mA
6871- 12 W LED, 500 mA

Option
Top cover for clear shade



Combine with

Select colour, colour temperature, etc. in the table below.

Colour Colour temperature
9 = galvanised 927 = 2700 K, 90 Ra
930 = 3000 K, 90 Ra
940 = 4000 K, 90 Ra

Dimming Classification
empty = no dimming empty = class I
V = 1-10 V K = class II
D = Dali

Shade
empty = clear shade
H = top cover for shade
O = opal-white shade


Example Item No.: 6870-9930H = Tema Buen, 9 W LED, galvanised, 3000 K, 90 Ra, class I, clear shade with top cover

temabuen

Luminaire

TEMA BUEN
Material Hot-dipped galvanised steel, wall box in cast aluminium
Shade Opal-white or clear polycarbonate
Connection Max two cables, 2.5 mm2, into 5 x 6 mm2 terminal block
Classification IP66, class I or II
Weight 5 kg


LED and driver data

LED type 2 x Bridgelux V8, up and downward
Operational life min 100,000 hours at ta max 25° C, L80B10
Total consumption 15 or 21 W (350 or 500 mA)
Colour temperature 2700, 3000, or 4000 Kelvin
Colour rendering min 90 Ra
Colour accuracy 3 steps SDCM
Output ratio 48%

Driver Helvar LED driver
350 or 500 mA
Operational life min 50,000 hours

Variants and options

 

Item No. Up and downward LED
6875- 15 W LED, 350 mA
6876- 21 W LED, 500 mA




Combine with

Select colour, colour temperature, etc. in the table below.

Colour Colour temperature
9 = galvanised 927 = 2700 K, 90 Ra
930 = 3000 K, 90 Ra
940 = 4000 K, 90 Ra

Dimming Classification
empty = no dimming empty = class I
V = 1-10 V K = class II
D = Dali

Shade
empty = clear shade
O = opal-white shade


Example Item No.: 6875-9930O = Tema Buen, 15 W LED, galvanised, 3000 K, 90 Ra, class I, opal-white shade

temabuen

Luminaire

TEMA BUEN
Material Hot-dipped galvanised steel, wall box in cast aluminium
Shade Clear or opal-white polycarbonate, option for top cover
Connection Max two cables, 2.5 mm2, into 5 x 6 mm2 terminal block
Classification IP66, class I
Weight 5 kg


Lamp type

E27 max 57 W, max length 116 mm, max diameter 60 mm


Variants and options

 

Item No. Tema Buen, E27
6071- max 57 W, max length 116 mm, max diameter 60 mm


Option
Top cover for clear shade


Combine with

Select colour, etc. in the table below.

Colour Shade
9 = galvanised empty = clear shade
H = top cover
O = opal-white shade




Example Item No.: 6071-9 = Tema Buen, E27, galvanised, clear shade, class I

Media & downloads

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Tema Buen - Industrial premises at Kokkedal

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Tema Buen - holiday resort Bridlington, UK

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Tema Buen - top half covered

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Tema Buen

DesignNiels Enevold

Tema Buen is designed in 1985 for the former Tema Lamper. It is part of the Tema range, all of which are conceived strong and robust in galvanised steel. They will withstand wear and tear in public areas. 

Cooperation between Tema Lamper and Focus began back in 1995, and 2000 the two luminaire manufacturers merged into Focus Lighting.

Slide show of the Focus history available here