We recommend using  "Deep Cycle Batteries" to power your lights.
"Car" batteries and "Marine Starting" batteries are not designed to be quickly discharged
and recharged on a regular basis.  These types of batteries will run down much faster
than a Deep Cycle Battery and your light will not burn as bright or as long as it should.
Run Time
A simple formula to find out how long a light will run off of your particular battery is to take
the batteries "amp-hour rating" and divide it by the average load in amps.  
So, a 115-amp hour battery running a 100-watt AquaStar that pulls 8-amps should last
approximately 14.4 hours (115/8) on a 115 amp hour deep cycle battery.
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For those of you who need a smaller battery that will fit in a back pack, the compact
batteries listed below will provide good light for a limited amount of time. The
batteries listed below are sold by
Batteryspec.com and are listed as a customer
service only.  To find out how long a light will run on these batteries, take the Amp
Hours and divide it by the amp draw of the light.  For example, a 50-watt AquaStar
draws about 4 amps.  So, a 18 amp hr. battery would run the light for 4.5 hrs.
(18/4= 4.5) and a 40 amp hr. battery would run it for 10 hrs. (40/4=10)
Compact Deep Cycle Batteries
BATTERY TYPE
AMP HOUR RATING
VOLTAGE
Group 27
100-115 Amp hours
12 volts
Group 29
110-125 Amp hours
12 volts
Wal-Mart and Sam's Club carry a good selection of Deep Cycle batteries for around $75.
Full Size Deep Cycle Batteries
To find out how long a light will run on these batteries, take the Amp Hours and
divide it by the amp draw of the light.  For example, a 50-watt AquaStar draws
about 4 amps.  So, a 18 amp hr. battery would run the light for 4.5 hrs. (18/4= 4.5)
and a 40 amp hr. battery would run it for 10 hrs. (40/4=10)
Underwater Fishing Lights & Dock Lights
BATTERY TYPE
AMP HOUR RATING
VOLTAGE
TR18-12
18 Amp hours
12 volts
TR24-12
24 Amp hours
12 volts
TR26-12
26 Amp hours
12 volts
TR33-12
33 Amp hours
12 volts
TR40-12
40 Amp hours
12 volts
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Run times shown below are using a Group 27, 12VDC, 115-amp hr. Deep Cycle Battery.
Lights by Comparison
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MODEL
VOLTAGE /
WATTAGE
TYPE
AMPS
LUMEN
HOURS OF
RUN-TIME
Starfire II  Halogen
12VDC, 50-watts
Halogen
4.1
950
28.0
AquaStar   Halogen
12VDC, 100-watts
Halogen
8.3
1900
13.8
MAGNUM  Halogen   
120VAC, 300-watts
Halogen
2.5
4800
 
AlumiGlo   SuperBrite 1200
12VDC, 15-watts
240 SMD3528 LEDs
1.2
1200
95.8
AlumiGlo   SuperBrite 2300
12VDC, 29-watts
168 SMD2835 LEDs
2.3
2300
50.0
AlumiGlo   SuperBrite 2400
12VDC, 30-watts
480 SMD3528 LEDs
2.5
2400
46.0
AlumiGlo   SuperBrite 4800
12VDC, 60-watts
960 SMD3528 LEDs
5.0
4800
23.0
AlumiGlo   FishPro 5200
12VDC, 65-watts
30  3-Watt LEDs
5.4
5200
21.2
AlumiGlo   DockPro 3500
120VAC, 48-watts
44  1-Watt LEDs
0.4
3500
 
AlumiGlo   DockPro 5200
120VAC, 65-watts
30  3-Watt LEDs
0.54
5200
 
AlumiGlo   FlounderPro 2600
12VDC, 30-watts
126 SMD5050 LEDs
2.5
2850
46.0
AlumiGlo   FlounderPro 1300
12VDC, 15-watts
60 SMD5050 LEDs
1.25
1425
92.0
AlumiGlo   FlounderPro 2000
12VDC, 23-watts
360 SMD3528 LEDs
1.9
2000
60.5
AlumiGlo   FlounderPro 5000
12VDC, 50-watts
30  3-Watt LEDs
4.1
4750
25.5
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