Carmanah Provides The University of California Irvine with Solar Stop Sign Flashers

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April 20, 2011
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Carmanah’s Solar LED Lighting Group has received an order from The University of California Irvine (UC Irvine) for R247C solar stop sign flashers. These stop sign flashers will be installed at problem stop sign locations throughout the campus.

UC Irvine is one of the fastest-growing campuses in the University of California system. With 24,000 students, 1,400 faculty members and 8,300 staff, roadway safety on campus is paramount. Typically, schools, colleges, and universities are not qualified to install hard-wired systems, therefore the ease of installation of Carmanah’s product easily fits within their capabilities. Carmanah’s roadway lighting products do not require electrical contractors and can be installed on standard 2-inch round signposts.


About the R247 Series Flashing Beacons

Carmanah’s R247 Series flashing beacons are the most advanced 24-hour solar LED flashers available on the market. Entirely self-contained, they incorporate industry-standard LED traffic signal heads and are compact and light enough for installation on standard signposts. They have also been engineered to operate for up to five years without any scheduled maintenance.

Unlike any other beacon available, Carmanah’s solar LED beacons feature the Company’s core MICROSOURCE® Energy Management System (EMS), an advanced technology that ensures maximum system reliability while minimizing system size requirements. MICROSOURCE® EMS is a patented intelligence that enables Carmanah’s solar LED beacons to automatically adjust to prevailing solar conditions, ensuring continuous, dependable operation year-round under all types of seasonal and local weather conditions. MICROSOURCE® EMS was developed and refined over a period of eight years and is now field-proven in thousands of installations in more than 110 countries.

Carmanah manufactures compact solar LED flashing beacons for crosswalks, school zones, and 24-hour applications, as well as LED-illuminated street-name signs and regulatory signs.

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