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#10744120 - 04/03/15 05:58 PM green led's
Snook20 Offline
Angler

Registered: 04/10/11
Posts: 338
Loc: Tyler
Does anybody have experience with the ones at academy? Dont have a wallet full to spend on supernovas right now.

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#10746837 - 04/05/15 12:34 PM Re: green led's [Re: Snook20]
KQT Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 06/21/08
Posts: 759
Loc: Dallas and Port A
I use one this one AlumiGlo™ SuperBrite Fish Light and you can convert it to use a pelican box battery sytem. Available at Cabelas
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#10748377 - 04/06/15 08:18 AM Re: green led's [Re: Snook20]
marcus254 Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 01/24/14
Posts: 2903
Loc: TX
i used them to make a submersible crappie light they work great for that nice and bright
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#10766695 - 04/14/15 08:27 AM Re: green led's [Re: Snook20]
Tatanka54 Offline
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Registered: 04/27/13
Posts: 52
Loc: Dallas, TX
AlumiGlo lights are super bright and come in 3 sizes 12", 24" and 48". I bought a 24" model. They are practically indestructible so you can toss them in the kayak and go. As KQT said, they will run for over 3 hours on a converted Pelican box battery system (from Mariner Sails).

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#10766716 - 04/14/15 08:36 AM Re: green led's [Re: Snook20]
PayneFish Offline
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Registered: 06/30/08
Posts: 6743
Loc: Temple, TX
On the Alumi Glow here is the draw:

Amperage Draw per hour by Model
SuperBrite 1200.......1.2 amps
SuperBrite 2400.......2.5 amps
SuperBrite 4800.......5.0 amps

Take the Amp draw and divide it by the the amp hours on the battery. Typical deer feeder battery would be about 3 hours on the 2400.

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