Orion's cutting edge solar LED lighting technology continues to light the way. Trusted by coast guards and port authorities around the world, Our solar marine lanterns have proven to withstand submersion, impact, and challenging sea conditions to help preserve safety at sea.
When Carmanah pioneered the first solar LED marine light in 1996, the company began a tradition of excellence and performance that continues today. Deployed by numerous marine authorities, including the US and Canadian Coast guards, Carmanah solar marine lanterns boast rugged reliability and field-proven performance.
Using industry leading LED technology, the advanced optical design delivers unparalleled crispness and intensity with up to six nautical miles in range. Producing output in all IALA Marine Aid-to- Navigation Light colours – green, red, amber, and white – Carmanah solar marine lanterns light the way on the waters.
Rugged and reliable, Orion’s solar LED marine lanterns offer up to five years of maintenance free performance, reducing the total cost of ownership and resulting in significant cost savings.
Your operations draw a large number of recreational boating enthusiasts who demand unprecedented safety and security, on land and on the water. When the night sky, low light and poor weather conditions can compromise the safety for pedestrians and mariners, the lighting solution you choose is crucial.
You function in one of the most demanding environments on earth - maintaining safety is vital and the performance of the equipment that supports your operations is critical. You depend on reliable lighting to aid safe navigation and preserve safety at sea.
You need a rugged lighting solution that can withstand the harshest environmental conditions. The reliability and performance of the lighting solution you choose is paramount as you cannot afford to have lives at sea compromised. You need a solar lighting solution that can meet the harsh demands of your environment and application.
The safety and security of your port operations depends on reliable illumination to aid navigation on the waters, and ease way-finding on jetties, docks and terminals. With vessel, pedestrian and vehicle traffic all converging within the confined space of a port of harbor - bright, dependable illumination is paramount during night and low visibility conditions.
You face the challenge of providing lighting to areas where illumination is critical but the electrical grid is difficult to access. The safety and security of those who use the environment depend upon reliable illumination that lasts through the night. You need a solution that can install easily, operate economically and function free of the electrical grid to provide continuous light output regardless of weather or solar conditions.
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