The past 25 years have shown vast improvements
in LED technology. It seems just about everything is heading
that direction with light in mind. Many are led to belive LED's
consume virtually no power. This is true for LED's on key chain,
but when you talk high power LED's, consumption and heat are
issues to overcome. Beam angle is also another factor to address
when designing a lamp to fill an area with light. LED beam angle
can vary greatly from 20 deg. (narrow light pattern-long distance)
to a 170 deg. LED
(wide light pattern-shorter distance).
The LED with a 20 deg. beam angle will register a higher lumen
output (using same power LED) than the 170 deg. LED. The 170
deg. LED will fill a wider area. You would need several 20 deg.
LED's to fill the same area with light used by the 170 deg.
LED. High cost and non repairable lights are also problematic.
is taking the place of the incandecent bulb. Why? From a lighting
point of view, the incan bulb has been around since 1800. Both
produce a full field of light (360x360 deg.), CFL consuming
less power. CFL are high output, easily obtainable, inexspensive
and servicable. Simple.
will consume approximately 2 times the power to achieve the
same area (360x360 deg.) of light that is produced by a CFL.
1900 lumen CFL approx. 1 amp = LED 2000 lumen 3.5 amp of directional
light. For our power conscious boaters, we will stay with CFL
Our quick change colors are also a benefit.
wouldn't you use the most versatile fully submersible fishing
lights on the market to increase your odds! All are equipped
with user replaceable bulbs! No cool down period needed for
use above or below waterline transitions and no need for additional
weight to submerge the unit (internally weighted). This angler
series features the same 360x270 degree output of light as our
most powerful dock lights. A must have for any boater, angler
With a 1 amp draw, our most efficient
DC100 allows for many hours of use without the fear of battery
drain. Beyond the use from a boat, many customers use this light
for "remote fishing". Their using a battery jumper
pack (used to jump start a boat or car) to power the unit and
use it on bridges, in canoes and perhaps the best yet, sand
bars. They place the battery pack on a sand bar and submerge
the light within a mangrove and wait for the fish to come. This
arrangement will allow for more the 20 hours of light. Cord
length: Standard 25'. Colors: daylight, green and blue. Length:
12". Output: 1900 lumen. Check out or latest accessory
for the DC100, The Remora Kayak Fishing Light Mount. Read below.
BL100 is our next in efficiency and operates on 120 volts AC
and with the optional 100 watt power inverter draws 1.8 amps
on 12 volt DC. Our best selling system is used for game fish,
shrimping, bully netting, flounder gigging and bait collecting.
Standard cord length is 25'. Bulb colors: daylight, green and
blue. Length: 12". Output: 1900lumen.
BL200, most powerful in class, operates on 120 volts AC and
with the optional 100 watt power inverter draws 2.8 amps on
12 volt DC. Our latest system is used for game fish, shrimping,
bully netting, flounder gigging and bait collecting. Standard
cord length is 25'. Bulb colors: white, green and blue. Length:
14". Output: 2800 lumen.
BL100 owners. Your light will except
the new BL200 bulb and cover converting your BL100 to a BL200
- DC100 -BL200 specs:
1) Fully submersible (to 300')
2) User replaceable
3) 3 quick change colors
4) High output
5) Low power consumption
6) In or out of water use
7) Compact design
include: Custom *tote bag,
light float, Owner's manual and a 1 year manufacturers warranty.