Carmanah Introduces the First Solar-Powered High Intensity Runway Light
The A704-H is the New Benchmark for Solar LED Aviation Lights
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.
Carmanah shines a light on buyers in new markets
Solar technology company aims to aggressively expand its business in Latin America, Africa and Asia
ADB Airfield Solutions’ Solar LED Runway Guard Light Powered by Carmanah Wins Future Airport Award for ADB Airfield Solutions
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (November 8, 2011) In another aviation lighting industry first, the LED Solar Runway Guard Light, created by Carmanah Technologies Corp, together with ADB Airfield Solutions has been recognized as the Airport Technology of the Year by the Future Airport, a publication from Global Trade Media International.
US Army Airborne selects Carmanah A704 for Precision Marking
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (September 27, 2011) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) is pleased to announce an order valued at $120,000, with the US Army. The 101st Airborne Division, known for being called into action when the need is immediate and extreme, has selected the Carmanah A704 solar powered aviation lantern as the perfect tool to aid with rapidly deployed precision drop zone and helipad marking requirements.
US Government Deploys Carmanah Infrared Solar-Powered Lights in Middle East
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA(September 7, 2011) Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) is pleased to announce that over 300 of its solar-powered A702 infrared (IR) lights are being deployed by the United States Government to undisclosed locations in the Middle East in an order valued at approximately $400,000.
DOT Sees Promise in Using Solar, LED Lights at Airstrips
RALEIGH - State transportation officials are scouting out general aviation airports in North Carolina from which they will pick one for a pilot project that would introduce enough new solar-power generation to power the facility's airfield lights.
Depending on how the test goes, such systems could be introduced at other general aviation airports throughout the state, says Richard Walls, director of the Aviation Division of the N.C.
Sales of Carmanah 650 Solar LED Signaling Lights Reach 7,000 Units
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (April 22, 2010) With a recent order from Dubai-based PTL Solar for 1,000 units, sales of Carmanah Technology Corporation's 650 series solar LED aviation and marine signaling lights have now exceeded 7,000 units since the line's launch in mid-2009.
The recent order from PTL Solar is destined for airfields in the Middle East and will be deployed to improve airfield safety and enhance operational efficiency.