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Swamp Eye Light by Outrigger Outdoors

Order here: https://outriggeroutdoors.com/products/swamp-eye-flounder-gigging-bowfishing-light

Key Features:
- High efficiency 19,000 lumen LEDs
- Color tone adjustable from 2000k (warm white, HPS color) to 6000k (cool white, typical LED color) Color tone adjustment feature allows you to see in clear or muddy water
- Extreme Corrosion Resistance: hard anodized aluminum housing and aerospace grade corrosion & abrasion resistant wiring.
- Powered by 12 volt battery (not included)
- Fully submersible to run underwater, great for flounder gigging in real murky water conditions.
- 120 Watt
- Very Portable and Compact, come with universal mounting bracket.
Dimensions including mounting brackets: 5" tall, 5" wide, 1.5" depth
 

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How do you adjust the lights?
The lights come with aerospace grade corrosion/abrasion resistant wiring that holds very well in the harsh saltwater environment. The leads are approximately 2.5 ft long and the ends show one red wire and two black wires. The red (+) wire connects to the (+) battery terminal. The black (-) wire connects to the (-) battery terminal. Depending on which wire you ground, is which color tone that will come on.

That said, the easiest way to adjust between color tones is to install a three-way switch on your boat. Wire the leads into the switch and you can toggle "warm white", "cool white" or a mixture of both. This is the most common setup, while many others will just wire the light directly to their battery to turn whichever color tone they prefer.

You may ask why Outrigger doesn't include a switch. The reason being is Outrigger sells to various boat builders, commercial fishermen, guides, and amateurs. Everyone has their own ways of setting these lights up, some want one switch per light, others want one switch for all lights, and another may want no switches at all.

I hope this helps. Happy to answer any additional questions.
 

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No problem. Happy to answer anymore questions.
 
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