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Carmanah Showcases Solar Airfield Lights at Singapore Airshow 2008

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Carmanah Technologies Corporation will display its revolutionary solar-powered 704-5 light, alongside its newest innovation, the EverGEN™ solar engine, at Singapore Airshow 2008 from February 19 to 24, 2008.

Carmanah's range of solar-powered airfield lights includes industry-proven lighting products for runways, taxiways, thresholds, helipads, obstructions and more. Using durable and long-lasting LEDs in place of incandescent bulbs, and operating independently of the electrical grid, Carmanah's solar-powered airfield lights offer unprecedented reliability, wherever they're needed.

Currently used throughout the Republic of Singapore and around the world, Carmanah's self-contained radio-controlled solar airfield lights offer a convenient and reliable alternative to battery or generator-powered portable airfield lighting systems.

Solar-powered airfield lights

Carmanah's solar aviation lighting systems are suitable for permanent, portable and emergency airfield applications deployable anywhere. Compact, durable and easy to install, Carmanah's LED (light emitting diode) airfield lights can help support relief efforts or humanitarian aid missions by providing quick and effective lighting along temporary airstrips in the event of flooding, earthquakes or other national emergencies. With no trenching or cabling required, a two-person crew can install a fully operational 5,000 ft. runway in one hour or less. Free from the need for wiring, cables, generators or grid access, Carmanah's solar-powered portable airfield lights offer unparalleled convenience, reliability and performance.

EverGEN solar engine

Carmanah's new EverGEN solar engine - unveiled at the Solar Power 2007 conference in Long Beach, California - is a self-contained, solar-powered energy source that provides dependable, high-quality electricity for lights, sensors, cameras and more - anywhere there's access to the sun. Available in five models ranging from 10 to 80 watts in power, the EverGEN solar engine is quick and easy to install, and provides a versatile source of power at a fraction of the cost of a traditional hard-wired connection, without trenching, cabling, permits or a monthly utility bill. All components - including solar panels, rechargeable batteries, sensors and electronics - are integrated within a sleek, compact and durable pole-mounted design.

About Carmanah's Model Solar LED Airfield Lights

Carmanah's solar-powered LED aviation lights are installed at some of the world's busiest airports, including Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Dubai International Airport, Gatwick International Airport, Milan International Airport, Singapore Changi International Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Carmanah's A704-5 aviation lights are available now from Carmanah Technology Corporation. For more information, visit www.solarairportlights.com.