Carmanah Launched Revolutionary Solar Lighting Technology at LIGHTFAIR 2010
May 20, 2010 Carmanah introduced two industry-first advancements in off-grid solar LED lighting technology at at LIGHTFAIR 2010. Carmanah launched adaptive lighting technology in the form of patent pending advanced occupancy sensing capabilities and introduced the company’s highest output self-contained light to-date, the EverGEN 1720.
The advanced occupancy sensing capability allows a network of EverGEN 1710 or 1720 solar LED lights to provide synchronized low-high activation when one of the lights within the network senses motion. Utilizing mesh networking and occupancy sensors, the network of lights communicates wirelessly. Advanced occupancy sensing can be configured for either full or set distance activation.
Carmanah’s EverGEN 1720 has the slim form factor of the EverGEN 1710 and provides up to 10,000 lumens in ideal solar conditions. In more typical conditions, output of 5,000 lumens is common. It’s ideal for parking lot, residential roadway, sign, perimeter and other site lighting applications. It can be installed in 30 minutes.
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