Solar Flashing Beacons

Carmanah Technologies is a market leader in solar LED flashing beacons across North America. Carmanah’s intelligent design, compact construction and robust performance provide innovative solar solutions for the traffic industry. Designed to install quickly, easily and cost-effectively, Carmanah solar flashing beacons are built to withstand harsh winter climates of Ohio as they do in the hot Florida sun, delivering years of proven performance.

Departments of transport, counties, municipalities and active transportation groups continue to call on Carmanah beacons when they are looking for reliable, cost-effective products supported by a friendly and knowledgeable team of experts.

Featured Products

R920 Solar Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB)

Enhance marked, uncontrolled crosswalks with this RRFB. Slim and cable-less design allows for easy and quick installation onto existing signposts. A top choice by city engineers.

R820 Solar Crosswalk flashing beacon

Alert drivers at marked, uncontrolled crosswalks with our MUTCD-compliant, pedestrian activated, solar-powered flashing beacon, available in a wide range of sizes, mounts, and beacons.

R829-G Solar School Zone Flashing Beacon

Reduce speeds by 5-7 mph in school zones by adding this beacon to existing speed limit signs.  Quickly installs with a wrench and screwdriver!  Can program to turn on only during peak traffic times.

R247-E Solar 24 Hour Flashing Beacon

High intensity continuous flashing to increase visibility of road signs & construction zones. Solar cable-less design offers simple installation and removal, to easily move to another site.


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Traffic Catalogue

Traffic Catalogue

RRFB Application Guide

RRFB Application Guide

Get a visual guide on RRFB placements based on MUTCD requirements.


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