Where are your lights manufactured?
our world headquarters located at
in Alpharetta, Georgia, USA
(about 25 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Do you have a light that shuts off automatically
if my battery voltage is low?
Answer: Yes, our 50 watt xenon (both 12 &
Question: What do I do if I don't have
access to the back of my transom?
Answer: We manufacture three lights that
can be mounted on the transom and fully
submerged without drilling a hole through
the hull. They are the AL150MH, AL75H and the
Question: Can the lights be
serviced from within the vessel?
Answer: Yes, the bulbs and wiring can be
serviced and/or changed from inside.
Question: Is the light housing
Answer: Yes, our entire housing is
water-tight which means the entire fixture could
go underwater and not leak.
Question: Will your lights corrode?
Answer: Our lights are completely made
out of aluminum, stainless steel or bronze.
They're not made from dissimilar metals which is
a major factor in corrosion.
Question: How can I test the lights when
the boat isn't in the water?
Answer: You can test the lights (up to 5
minutes) out of water.
Questions: What size hole do I have to
cut for the lights in the hull?
Answer: A hole about 2 1/2 inches for
small lights and 4 1/2 inches for large lights.
(AL50H, AL75H & AL50X are small lights while the
AL150MH is our large light.)
Question: How far below the Waterline do
the lights need to be installed?
Answer: Anywhere from 6 inches to 24
inches - - the deeper the better.
Question: Where is the best place to
install lights on my boat?
Answer: The transom is the usual spot for
fish viewing, however, some mount the lights
straight down through the hull for fishing or
Question: Will Aqua Lights Underwater
Lights help me catch more fish?
Answer: Yes, fish are attracted to light.
We have personal experience catching fish at
night where we normally didn't catch any.