low and medium intensity solar and permanent obstruction lighting for wind turbines under construction

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Carmanah Obstruction is now part of Flash Technology, an SPX Corporation business.

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Self-contained, LED, steady-burning red lights are cost-effective solutions that meet FAA compliance. Our low-intensity solar products provide temporary lighting solutions during wind turbine construction, while our medium intensity products provide permanent lighting on wind farms.

What's a Site Assessment?

When you decide to use our obstruction lights, our team is here to help. To start, we’ll review the compliance requirements with you to determine what products you need. Then, we’ll run a comprehensive site simulation of your project’s location to determine the correct product model, and we’ll even show you how to place our lights onsite with a complete lighting layout, if applicable for your project.

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Products for Wind Turbines

We supply both an L-810 low-intensity light for temporary wind turbine lighting during construction and permanent L-864 medium-intensity lighting. Our OL800 meets the FAA guidelines for solar lighting and fulfills L-810 light specifications. Our OL370i meets FAA L-864 compliance and Transport Canada CAR621 requirements.

Learn More About Our Solar and Obstruction Technologies

Carmanah Obstruction provides robust low- and medium-intensity obstruction lighting that is designed for reliable, maintenance-free operation up to 5 years, with in-service life expectancy of 15–20 years. Our solutions help ensure the visibility of a variety of possible obstructions, including wind turbines, telecommunications towers, cranes, and more. We provide critical lighting, hazard marking, and power solutions to industrial customers in the toughest conditions around the world, including the US Coast Guard, NASA, military organizations, municipalities, and commercial operations.

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