PRESS RELEASE: CARMANAH’S SOLAR-POWERED AVIATION LIGHTS HELP GUIDE PILOTS FOR LESS THAN CONVENTIONAL LIGHTING
SEPTEMBER 19, 2012
Narita International Airport, Japan’s largest international airport, has selected Carmanah’s A650 solar-powered aviation lights to provide a reliable and low-maintenance marking solution to guide pilots entering and leaving terminal areas. The sale, led by Carmanah partner TESCO Co., Ltd., included a selection of steady-burning red solar-powered lights for installation on jet blast fencing located between satellite buildings at the primary airport terminal.
Carmanah airport taxiway and barricade lighting solutions are available in a variety of configurations and come with rugged and durable housings and multiple installation options to withstand prop wash and jet blast. The A650 aviation light is designed and tested to the toughest industrial standards for humidity, immersion, vibration, and shock, and includes intelligent deployment settings to support year-round operation at installations around the globe. With its robust, cable-free design, the A650 provides a simple “place and go” solution for quick, simple installation and no moving or external parts subject to breakage.