M850 Marine Lanterns Mark Brazilian Waterways
The Superintendencia de Portos e Hidrovias (SPH) has selected Carmanah M850 marine lanterns to mark 310 km of waterway between Porto Alegre and Porto de Rio Grande, Brazil. SPH has already acquired 33 lanterns, and is set to receive 99 more units.
The M850 was selected for it's compact, low-maintenance solar-powered design, programmable flash pattern and energy efficient LED lens. With range up to seven nautical miles (about 13 kilometers), the lantern meets the project requirements and has been approved by the Brazilian Navy.
Daily Astorian News Clipping: M708 Marine Lantern Installation
*/ Reprinted with permission from The Daily Astorian of Astoria, Oregon Coast Guard Constructs Navigation Aid in Astoria Oregon US Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Nate Littlejohn | Posted: Thursday, August 1, 2013 10:26 am Chief Petty Officer Kevin Bentle, officer in charge of Aids to Navigation Team Astoria, installs a light atop the new Cathlamet South Channel aid to navigation, just off Tongue Point June 19.
New M550 Marine Lantern Smaller, Higher Efficiency
Carmanah Technologies announces the launch of the new M550 one to three nautical mile marine lantern and private aid-to-navigation (PATON). At fifteen times brighter and half the weight and size of its popular M502 predecessor, the M550 is the most efficient, small format, solar-powered marine lantern on the market. Read full press release.
CCG Renews Standing Offer for Marine Lanterns
Longtime Carmanah distributor (Go Deep International) to supply new Carmanah M800 Series and enhanced M650 solar led lanterns
New M800 Series Lantern Arrives
Combining a robust composite material construction and innovative optical design, the M800 Series LED Marine lantern delivers higher intensities and longer ranges at an optimal cost. New low earth orbit satellite monitoring capabilities also offer end users the ability to remotely monitor the health status and geoposition of an M800 lantern at locations around the globe.
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Sabik LED Lantern on the Cover of the IALA Bulletin
Sabik Supplied LED Lantern for the Northernmost Lighthouse in Norway
Carmanah is exhibiting at SEA TECH WEEK 2012
October 8-12, 2012 | Brest, France - Le Quartz Congress Centre
Fluor Extends Hydrosphere’s Greater Gabbard Contract (UK)
Hydrosphere UK Ltd’s contract for the rental of six Cardinal buoys to mark Britain’s largest wind farm, Greater Gabbard, has been extended by Fluor Limited.
A Perfect Storm May Be Brewing for This Solar Light Company
Be it by plane, boat or auto, a person better be able to see where they are going. Not to say that vision is more important in one or the other, but especially in the water, vision can be critical to safety (Remember the Titanic?). Waters all over the world can be extremely challenging to navigate because of dense fog, high winds, ice, snow and extended periods of time without daylight.Whatever the mode of travel, lighting is critical for safe travel.
Carmanah/Sabik Lanterns Support Spill Efforts in Gulf
Canada's Carmanah Technologies, through its partnership with Sabik Oy, is providing Carmanah/Sabik solar LED marine lanterns for marking oil spill containment booms in the Gulf of Mexico. The lanterns are helping to keep marine traffic safe while containment and cleanup work continues in the area.
Through the efforts of Carmanah's authorized marine distributor in Texas, several hundred white and yellow Carmanah/Sabik Model 502 and M650 solar LED marine lanterns ( http://bit.ly/cuQ1Iv) have already been deployed to mark areas such as open bays and waterways where the presence of containment booms poses a risk to navigational safety.
Carmanah is working with its Houstonbased manufacturing partner to fast-track production and delivery of several hundred additional lights in the coming days.