Carmanah M660 selfcontained AtoN

Solar Marine Lights


Signaling and solar lighting solutions for infrastructure.
Carmanah designs and manufactures signaling and solar lighting solutions for infrastructure.
Our dependable and efficient products provide energy-optimized LED solutions that combine the greatest cost savings with the highest environmental sensitivity.
Since 1996, we have built our global reputation for delivering solutions for industrial applications in some of the world’s harshest environments.
Carmanah Solar Marine Lights use LEDs (light emitting diodes) for their light source, which are far more efficient in their power consumption than incandescent bulbs. Incandescent lamps expend much of their energy in the form heat dissipation (85 percent), whereas LEDs waste relatively little energy as heat. Advances in LED technology over the past decade have made them a preferred light source for marine applications.
All models of Carmanah Solar Marine Lights are available in red, green, amber, white and blue LED output colors. The flash patterns available depend on the model of Carmanah light. Some models can be programmed (using an infrared remote) to any of the more than 200 IALA standard flash codes used around the world today.


Solar Marine Lights LED Navigation and Marking Lights from Carmanah Technologies, Inc.
Our Marine business provides total marine aids to navigation products and systems for Coast Guards, marine authorities, navies, and ports around the globe.
Private Aids to Navigation Approved
As defined by the USCG, a Private Aid to Navigation (PAtoN) is a buoy, light or day beacon owned and maintained by any individual or organization other than the United States Coast Guard. These interests include private citizens, marina and yacht clubs, municipal and state governments, construction and dredging companies, research and non-profit organizations, beachfront associations, and large industrial concerns. Private aids-to-navigation are designed to allow individuals or organizations to mark privately owned marine obstructions or other similar hazards to navigation, or to assist their own navigation operations.