Carmanah’s Solar LED Flashing Beacons to be Installed at Walt Disney World

April 20, 2011
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Carmanah’s Roadway Division has received an order from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, for four units of the Company’s new Model R247C Solar Flashing Beacon. These units will be mounted over warning signs at various driver entrances throughout the Disney Theme Park.

Disney is a technology leader and chose Carmanah’s R247C flashing beacons due to their compact and aesthetically-pleasing design. As Carmanah’s solar LED technology offers maintenance-free performance, Disney found the Company’s R247C beacons to be the most cost-effective way to improve driver safety.

The ultra-compact R247C is completely self-contained and is the most efficient solar-powered LED flashing beacon available in the world today. This 24-hour flashing beacon can be installed in minutes onto any round signposts with no trenching, cabling or external control cabinets.

The R247C is built with Carmanah’s core MICROSOURCE® Energy Management System, a technology perfected over more than 8 years is now installed in over 110 countries. Engineered for up to five years of maintenance-free operation, the R247C will flash 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. The system automatically adjusts to prevailing solar conditions to ensure continuous, dependable operation.

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About Carmanah Technologies Corporation

Carmanah is an award-winning manufacturer specializing in energy-efficient technologies. The Company is currently focused on three technology groups: solar-powered LED lighting, solar power systems & equipment and LED-illuminated signage.

Carmanah is headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and has branch offices and/or sales representation in 11 cities across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. With more than 250,000 installations worldwide, Carmanah is one of the world’s premier suppliers of energy-efficient products.

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