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Carmanah Gets Order for
Solar-Powered Airfield Lights

To supply additional solar-powered portable airfield lights for civilian airfield applications

Carmanah Technologies Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 10/28/2008
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Solar-powered LED Airfield Lights

Solar-powered LED Airfield Lights from Carmanah

WEST LAFAYETTE, In. - Carmanah Technologies announced that it has received a follow up order through Dubai-based Gesolar -- the company's authorized aviation distributor in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) -- to supply additional solar-powered portable airfield lights for civilian airfield applications.

This latest order, according to the company, valued at more than $1.2 million, provides the tools to enhance visibility and safety at remote airfields using stand-alone LED (light emitting diode) lights.

The order includes Carmanah A704-5 runway edge lights, approach lights and threshold lights, as well as A601 taxiway lights, mounting hardware and wireless handheld radio remote-control equipment. A programmable interface enables the user to set on/off times, brightness levels, flash patterns, infrared or visible outputs and more, the company said.

About Carmanah

A supplier of self-contained solar-powered airfield lights, Carmanah offers lighting products for a range of airfield applications, including permanent primary lighting, temporary lighting during airfield construction or upgrades, emergency backup lighting, as well as expedited portable lighting during emergency or humanitarian aid operations. With thousands of systems in operation, the company's solar-powered airfield lights have been field-proven to operate reliably in even the most challenging environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures, poor solar conditions, sandstorms and flooding.

For more inforamtion, visit the company's website at: www.carmanah.com.









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