• If the on/off power knob is turned on when charging, the spotlight may not operate until the charger
is disconnected and the spotlight is turned off, then on again.
• Once the unit begins charging, the spotlight will not operate until the charger is disconnected.
• When the battery/charge status LED indicator lights green, a "beep" will sound to indicate the
charging process is completed.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When either charger is plugged into the 12 volt DC port, the unit is in charging
mode. The spotlight will not run with either of the chargers plugged in.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE:
• Never operate this spotlight unless the rubber "O" ring, rubber bezel and lens are intact and
properly seated; and the waterproof end cap is securely in place.
• Never operate the spotlight in areas with high strength magnetic fields, such as in the vicinity of AC
power generator, etc.
• Never operate this spotlight at depths greater than 6 feet.
• Never operate this spotlight in water temperatures other than between 41ºF and104ºF (5ºC and
• This spotlight is designed to operate for up to one hour under water.
operating the spotlight
1. Disconnect from charger.
2. The on/off power knob is located in the front of the handle of the spotlight and underneath the
dimmer selector knob.
3. To turn on the spotlight, rotate the on/off power knob to the furthest position counterclockwise.
4. To turn off the spotlight, rotate the on/off power knob to the furthest position clockwise.
The battery/charge status LED indicator will light in one of three colors (as described in the "Reading the Battery/Charge Status
LED" section) to indicate the battery status. It is visible through the translucent waterproof end cap.
Using the dimmer selector
The dimmer selector knob that adjusts the light intensity is located above
the on/off power knob. Push and turn it to the left, then hold for 2 seconds
to select a brighter setting. Push and turn it to the right, then hold for
2 seconds to select a dimmer setting.* A "beep" will sound twice when
the spotlight has been adjusted to its minimum (dimmest) and maximum
* The battery/charge status LED indicator will flash red to indicate the light is
adjusting to a brighter setting or flash green to indicate the light is adjusting to
a dimmer setting.
On a single charge, the spotlight will provide steady illumination for approximately 16 hours on its
minimum (dimmest) setting; approximately 1½ hours on its maximum (brightest) setting.
IMPORTANT: To avoid sustaining damage, this spotlight should not be used under water for any
longer than one hour.
1. The battery is in overheat protection after extensive use.
The battery/charge status indicator
Allow the spotlight to cool down for several minutes before
LED does not light when charging
2. The spotlight will not charge when operating. Make sure the
spotlight is turned off.
3. Check connection to the 12 volt DC charging port.
4. Check connection to AC or DC power source.
5. Confirm there is a functioning AC or DC current.
Unit will not operate
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Make sure the unit is thoroughly dry before storage. If the unit has been submerged, wipe it dry with
a soft cloth.
If the unit gets dirty, gently clean the outer surfaces of the spotlight unit with a soft cloth moistened with
a mild solution of water and detergent.
There are no user-replaceable parts. Periodically inspect the condition of adapters, connectors and
wires. Contact manufacturer to replace any components that have become worn or broken.
All batteries lose energy from self-discharge over time and more rapidly at higher temperatures. When
the unit is not in use, we recommend that the battery is charged at least every 30 days.
The battery should last the service life of the unit. Contact manufacturer for any information you may
• Do not dispose of the battery in fire as this may result in an explosion.
• Before disposing of the battery, protect exposed terminals with heavy-duty electrical tape to
prevent shorting (shorting can result in injury or fire).
• Do not expose battery to fire or intense heat as it may explode.
12 volt Dc charger plug fuse replacement
The fuse in the plug end of the 12 volt DC charger protects the adapter's charging circuit. If the 120 volt AC
charger operates, but the DC charging adapter does not, then this fuse may be opened (blown).
To replace the fuse:
1. Unscrew the end cap of the DC plug (counterclockwise).
2. Remove spring center contact and fuse.
3. Check fuse with a continuity checker.
4. If blown, locate a replacement 5 amp/250 volt fuse.
5. Replace the fuse, spring, contact and end cap.
6. Screw end cap clockwise until it is finger tight – DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
7. Test for proper operation of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter.
1. The battery is in overheat protection after fully charging
or recharging. Allow the spotlight to cool down for several
minutes before operating.
2. The spotlight will not operate when charging. Be sure all
adapters are disconnected before spotlight use.
3. The battery may be completely discharged. Charge the unit
following the directions.