Carmanah Aviation Launches the World’s First Fully-integrated, Wireless Solar Airfield Lighting System

  Carmanah Aviation is pleased to introduce the first complete alternative to conventional hard-wired airfield lighting systems.  Airport operators now have access to all of the solar technology required to light a fully functional precision airfield; from approach lights to PAPI's, to runway lighting, taxiway and apron lights, directional signage and more.
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US Department of Defense Chooses A650 Obstruction Lights

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Carmanah a contract to supply solar powered obstruction lights to a major airfield in the Middle East. The A650 solar powered obstruction lights will increase safety for aircraft on the ground at the undisclosed forward operating base and will simultaneously support DoD energy reduction objectives in theater. Installation of the obstruction lights is extremely quick and does not require trenching, wiring or disruptions in aviation operations.
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Carmanah Offers Flexible Solution for Airfield Lights

Carmanah continues to respond to customer needs by creating accessories for their LED lighting aviation products which are highly adaptable to challenging conditions. The aviation mat matched with a Carmanah solar light is ideal for temporary hazard marking on an airfield. The lights and mats clearly delineate construction areas from aircraft operating areas.
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US Air Force Museum Adds Carmanah A704-5 to Collection

The National Museum of the United States Air Force, located near Dayton, Ohio recently bestowed a great honour on Carmanah Techologies by accepting one of its products, the A704-5 to be included in their collection of air force memorabilia. This rare occurrence reflects the light’s impact during long campaigns in the Middle East supporting temporary and mobile aviation operations in many forward operating bases.
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Portable Airfield Trailer and Power Supply Supports Maneuver Operations

Carmanah’s latest product line addition is designed to meet the needs of customers who require a high intensity, portable airfield lighting capability.  Based on U.S. Department of Defense specifications, the High Mobility Cable Trailer is a robust power supply and transportation solution for Carmanah’s A704-H hybrid runway edge lights. The functional and tough trailer ensures that the airfield lighting system can be moved quickly and efficiently to support maneuver operations.
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Carmanah Now Offers Precision Approach Lighting Solutions

Carmanah is pleased to announce the addition of a new LED Precision Approach Path Indicators (PAPI) to our aviation product line. PAPI’s are an essential safety component of any airfield lighting system and greatly increase the operational profile of any airfield. This product is a milestone addition to the total LED airfield system offered by Carmanah Aviation. Airfield needs differ greatly, and Carmanah’s PAPI, which satisfies ICAO and FAA requirements for light intensity, is adaptable to many scenarios.
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Carmanah Introduces the First Solar-Powered High Intensity Runway Light

The A704-H is the New Benchmark for Solar LED Aviation Lights
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Carmanah’s Managing Director of Aviation Addresses BCAC

Brian O'Flynn, Carmanah's Managing Director of Aviation, was invited to present Carmanah's vision for modern airfield lighting solutions at the British Columbia Aviation Council's (BCAC) recent Annual General Meeting in Delta, B.C. "It was an honor to connect with members of the BCAC", stated Mr.
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Carmanah shines a light on buyers in new markets

Solar technology company aims to aggressively expand its business in Latin America, Africa and Asia
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Marines Lay Ground Work for Air Support in Afghanistan

By Sgt. Deanne Hurla, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (FWD)           PATROL BASE TAALANDA, Afghanistan-Cpl. Jimmy Aguirre Jr. and Sgt. Vincenzo Polistena, both expeditionary airfield specialists with Marine Wing Support Squadron 373, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward), drive a stake into the ground during work on a helicopter landing zone at Patrol Base Taalanda Dec.
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