Carmanah Marketing Department
250 Bay Street, Victoria, BC
Developing complete streets that everyone can use safely is a big job—but you don’t have to do it alone. At Carmanah, we’ve got the tools to help you meet your community’s needs. We use our 20+ years of solar and LED experience to develop flashing beacons for crosswalks, school zones, and signs. Our solar and AC-powered beacons are available with industry-leading features, including wireless communication, calendar and remote monitoring functionality, pedestrian and passive activation, and more. Plus, we have the mounts and housings to fit any new or retrofit installation. We manufacture long-lasting, low-maintenance systems that you can depend on.
The Carmanah Family
Carmanah Technologies Corporation provides signaling and solar lighting solutions for infrastructure projects around the world. With over 400,000 installations in 110 countries, we are in your community—in the street lights on your block, the school zones in your neighborhood, and the regional airport in your town. We have built a global reputation for delivering innovative, cost-effective, and long-lasting solar solutions that offer cost savings and ensure environmental sensitivity. Established in 1996, Carmanah is now a community of companies, including Sabik, Sol, Vega, and Ekta, which each offer energy optimized LED solutions that are built to perform in some of the world’s harshest and most remote environments—while also working close to home.
Carmanah Traffic R920 crosswalk beacon for a roundabout, Edmonds, WA
Carmanah Traffic R247 24-Hour flashing stop sign, Yorba Linda CA
Carmanah Traffic R829 school zone flashing beacon, Indianapolis, IN
News & Media Mentions
- ITE, FHWA and Carmanah work together to reinstate RRFBs (ITE Journal)
- Carmanah RRFBs Add Much-Needed Safety to a Boulevard Crosswalk in New Mexico
- Carmanah Propels RRFB Technology into the Open Market (IMSA Journal)
- Safe Journeys to School Report Spurs Crosswalk Safety Action in St. Albert
- Improving Walkability Within Existing Urban Design (Whitepaper)
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