Beta with Opti technology

Ever since LED’s were introduced, the lighting industry has struggled with a difficult equation; how to optimise the efficiency while still providing fantastic lighting comfort. Through a bottom up re-design of a traditional approach, Fagerhult have developed  Beta with Opti technology, embracing all the benefits of LED without compromising on comfort. 

The solution is based on a classic, “batwing” shaped wide beamed light distribution that spreads the light out the sides. The advantages are simpler light planning and better uniformity where the light fills out between the luminaire rows without creating a luminance that is too high directly underneath the luminaire.

Our ambition has been to create a sustainable and future-proof louvre technology that places people and the environment at the centre. No compromises, no excuses. Just technical perfection.


Optimal control

Beta Opti provides complete control of the luminous flux. The reflectors control the light with precision so that it is distributed downwards and out of the luminaire. All the light is put to use without producing glare. 

Optimal efficiency

Beta Opti takes e ciency to a new level. The optical e ciency ranges from the traditional 70 lm/W (T5) to 120 lm/W. Luminaires equipped with Beta LED o er a very attractive pay-back time.


Optimal comfort

Beta Opti technology meets peoples’ need for a glare-free and contrast-rich light in pleasant and productive work environments. By distributing the luminance from the LED modules, we have created world-class light comfort. 

Highlighted products

Notor 65 Beta Opti

Itza Beta Opti

DTI LED Type 1

DTI LED Type 2

Notor recessed LED Beta Opti

MultiFive Beta Opti

Recesso Beta Opti

Back to the future: an innovation from the 1990s helped Fagerhult solve the LED equation

Read the interview with Fagerhult's Product Development Director, Leif Norrby, how the work with the innovative r5 louvre for the T5 light source gave us the knowledge to create the Beta with Opti technology.

Read the interview