Sea Dragon 2500 Photo/Video/Dive Light Specifications
||Anodized aluminum light head with fiber-reinforced polycarbonate body
|Light Source/Bulb Type
||1 x COB LED array (COB – Chip On Board)
||2500 lumens (maintains 2500 lumens throughout burn time at full power)
||4 ft/1.2 m (depends on camera model and visibility)
||Full power (100%), half power (50%), and quarter power (25%)
||Long push (1 sec) to power light on/off; Short push cycles through 100% → 50% → 25% → 100% [repeat cycle]
||Constant light or emergency signal light (activated by long push of power button); one second flash or SOS at full power
|Color Rendering Index*
||120 degrees (90-degrees underwater)
||Lithium Ion 7.4V, 3400 mAh, 25Wh (included)
|Battery Charge Time
||60 minutes at full power/120 minutes at half power/240 minutes at quarter power
||Tested to 200 feet/60 meters
||4.8″ x 2.2″ x 3.8″ (12.2cm x 5.6cm x 9.7cm), head only
||9oz (255g) head only without battery ; 12.9oz (365g) head with battery
||Dual NBR o-rings (lube included)
*CRI is a measure of a light source’s ability to show object colors „realistically“ or „naturally“ compared to daylight, which has a CRI of 100 and represents the maximum value.
The beam angles for the Sea Dragon lights are shown as the true, tested “in-air” (above water) beam angle. Underwater, due to light refraction, the angle tightens to approximately 33% less.
Avoid using this Sea Dragon light above water for prolonged periods of time
The light is designed for underwater use and water is needed to displace heat. The metal light head at full power will reach temperature of about 140F (60C) degrees within a few minutes, which may cause burning if touched. A thermal sensor will automatically dim the light if internal temperatures reaches 150F (65C) degrees. Immediately turn off light if any parts of the light become hot to the touch.