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GoLight GoBee Stanchion Mount Remote Spotlight

   

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GoLight® GoBee® is portable, safe, and easy to use, this remote-controlled bow light attaches quickly and securely to any 2- or 3-pin bow socket. Bi-color navigational light kicks out 1,000 lumens of bright light from its position atop the 12'' stanchion. Remote control features 16 security settings. 360º rotation; 90º tilt. Includes a heavy nylon case.

  • Portable, safe and easy to use
  • Remote controlled
  • Includes red/green navigaton light
  • 12" stanchion


Manufacturer model #: 2151.

GoLight GoBee Stanchion Mount Remote Spotlight 4.5 5 58 58
GoLight Gobee Navigation/Spotlight This nav/spotlight fit my bow socket with no adjustments necessary. I fish before dawn and after dark often, so this spotlight is great for finding channels and docking. It is convenient in that I did not have to do any additional drilling or wiring, and with the remote control you can operate the spotlight from your steering console or anywhere on the boat. The only thing I would mention is at first the spotlight would shut itself off after a while, so I called GoLight Cust. Service who suggested I check the fuse size. Sure enough, my boat's standard nav. fuse was 5 amp, I replaced it with an 8 or 10 amp fuse and it worked perfectly. March 1, 2010
Best ever wish i had long time ago 1st one didn't rotate the 360 degree it would only do 180. Called bass pro they sent return label no problem. Then they sent me another one and it works great by just sticking it in. Havn't had it out on the water but will come april. But everything works on this one. I have a older boat 1997 cajun so it comes on without even turning on the switch will have to fix the wiring to strighten out this. Light seems bright may buy another battery just for it though don't know yet. January 16, 2015
Great purchase I purchased this light and it is a very good spotlight. I have the 3 prong connection so I had to change the wiring around as required. The instructions were clear and simple, It took me about 2 minutes to complete this task and put the 4 screws back in the base. One advantage of this light is that it sits right on the bow of your boat so you do not get the reflected light off the fishing deck etc back in your eyes. I would recomend this to anyone who leaves before daylight and returns after dark. It is also great for loading your boat on the trailer in the dark. May 10, 2010
well pleased the install of this light was easy. the 3 pin connection matched my sockett there for no wiring change was required.directions for a wiring change was explained in detail -easy to follow- if need be.i have tried the light on land , the remote is simple to use and the light is as bright as the automotive light i had been using. i do not expect any problems with being able to see bouys or hazards March 6, 2009
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Hi , i bought this light for my tracker 175tf , never used it and then upgraded to a Z7 . When I tried to use it I discovered that it doesn't fit in the Z7 mount , is there anything that i can do ? otherwise i'm out of luck . thanks
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Unfortunately we do not carry an adapter for this situation. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your question.
 
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I have a center console and the port / starbor (red/green) lights are mounted in the console. Can you turn off the red / green lights on this unit? or is there another unit that is sold with out the red / green lights?
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You can add a switch if you don't already have one for your lights.
I don't think it is designed to have the spotlight without running lights.
But why would you?
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THERE IS A SWITCH ON THE UNDER SIDE OF THE LIGHT TO CUT OFF THE RED AND GREEN NAV LIGHTS.
1 year, 9 months ago
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Unit packs with a list of available accessories with part #s. Remotes are on the list, around $40 each.
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Yes, instructions come with parts order form. I believe the remote was about $35. Part #20100
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Works with two and three pronged bases. Head unit has a rocker switch that you can toggle to match up with the base you have.
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If your light base has 3 prongs and plenty of battery power it should work.
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PLUGS DIRECTLY INTO A TWO OR THREE PIN PLUG.IN THE SAME PLUG AS YOUR NORMAL NAV LIGHT.
1 year, 9 months ago
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I had to change from standard nav light, went with perko two pin socket-it was easy make sure you shrink wrap the connectors
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My lights and fish finder are wired to my starting battery. My deep cycle battery only runs my trolling motor.
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I RAN MINE CONSTANTLY FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS AND NOTICED NO STRAIN ON BATTERY.
1 year, 9 months ago
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NOT BAD.WE USE IT FOR FISHING AND STILL START OUR BOAT AFTER.
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I have heard this light works with some bases but not others. Does anyone know if it works with the Perko 5 Degree Stern Light Replacement Base with Slide Cover?
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If it is 3-prong it should work.
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YES IT WILL. BUT YOU WILL NEED TO TILT YOUR LIGHT DOWN MORE.
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I was wondering if you can shut off the spot light and run just the nav light for traveling down the river when the spotlight isn't needed.
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THERE IS AN OFF BUTTON ON THE CENTER OF THE REMOTE TO TURN OFF SPOTLIGHT AND YOU HAVE A SWITCH ON THE LIGHT TO CUT OFF NAV LIGHTS ALSO.
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Yes , once powered on you have nav lights than you use remote to operate flood light
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yes you can it has a switch on the bottom to where just the nav lights will work but you can also turn the spot light off and it will stay off with the nav lights on with the key switch that comes with the light.
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Yes, they are under seperate control on the remote.
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Yes, the spot light can be turned on and off with the remote leaving the nav lights on (provided the nav lights are turned on)
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Never done any wiring on jon boat.
Have a 12V battery so what do I need to install the golight to that. Very basic I am sure but need some instruction.
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You just need to add a standard 3-prong light base if you don't already have one.
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YOU NEED A NAVIGATION LIGHT MOUNT TO BE INSTALLED AND THE LIGHT WILL PLUG RIGHT INTO THE TOP OF IT.IT WILL ACCOMODATE A TWO OR THREE PIN TYPE PLUG.
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If your boat uses 2 pin style plug just run blue or grey wire to positive side of battery or switch and black wire to ground! atleast 14 guage wire recommended then just plug light in!
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If you have pre-exsisting wires all you have to do is connect a heavier guage wire to the hot wire you are looking to replace and pull it threw your wiring harness back to your switch. If no wires then just run the desired length of wire to you switch or battey
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I have a 3 pin socket in which the 3rd pin is hot all the time for an auxillary stanchion pole light. When I rewire the Gobee for 3 pins can I still operate the navigation light from the existing cockpit switch and operate the Gobee light from the remote on-off switch without having to turn the navigation lights on. Basically I want to know if I can operate the Gobee navigation lights and Gobee spot light independently
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If the base is hot, navigation lights come on as soon as the light is dropped in and stay on. Spotlight powers on/off with the remote.
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YES.THERE IS A SWITCH ON THE REMOTE FOR THE SPOTLIGHT AND ALSO A SWITCH ON THE LIGHT FOR THE NAV LIGHTS AND YOU CAN USE EITHER OF THEM INDEPENDANTLY.
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I've only used mine twice but I am pretty sure the nav lights operate with the switch at the helm and the spotlight can only be operated with the remote. So yes, you can operate them independently.
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Yes you will be able to operate the navigation light from the existing cockpit switch. With the Gobee light installed when you operate your cockpit light switch the bow running lights (red/green) on the Gobee light will turn on. The flood light will not. The flood light operates seperately with the remote. The cockpit switch must be on to supply power to the bow pin where the light is installed, which turns on the Gobee navigation lights. Only when you press the center button on the remote will the flood light come on.
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I would say yes. My boat had 3 pin socket and when I wired the Gobee to accomodate the navigation lights are controled on/off by the switch on the console and the gobee spotlight comes on off with remote.
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there are two gray wires inside, a light and dark. attach dark gray wire to the two inline black wires. navigation lights work independently.
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I don;t think you can but think about it. If you need your light on to see, you really need to have your nav and anchor light on too.
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I have a 97 Monarch 17 foot aluminum boat. Will it take no wireing?
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NONE.IT PLUGS INTO SOCKET OF EXISTING NAVIGATION LIGHT.
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shouldnt have to do any wireing i have a bass tracker 175 txw and all i had to do was stick in i the light hole on the bow and it works just fine for me.
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The weight of the light is too much for the 12" pole that comes with it. It would break off in any kind of rough water.

Take a pipe cutter and reduce the length by at least 4". It should be good to go. May also require a heavier fuse.
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Yes it should...there are easy to follow directions if you have to change a wire on the light, but I have used mine on three different boats made by different manufacturers and the light worked perfect each time.
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YES AND NO, (LOL)
THE NAVIGATION RED/GREEN LIGHTS COME RIGHT ON, BUT THE HEAD LIGHT NEEDS TO BE TURNED ON WITH THE REMOTE.
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Make sure you have at least a 7 amp breaker/fuse on your navigation light circuit. It works fine with a 2 pole stanchion.
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If you have a recepticle to install a running light on the bow. Yes. You should'nt have to do any wiring. If your running lights operate on a 3 amp breaker/fuse you will probably need to change it to a 5 amp.
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It might. It is designed for a two or three prong connection. If it does not work, the instructions that are included are very clear and easy to understand on how to change it. i had to change mine and it took less than five minutes. It is simply changing one wire and all you need is a screwdriver. Very simple.
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This light comes prewired for a two pin plug. If your mount has three pins in it, Yes you will have to rewire the light not your boat. It is easy to do, you have to remove four phillips head screws and change two wires inside the light, takes about ten minutes to do, the instructions are way easy to follow. If your plug has two pins just plug it in and go. Make sure your plug is clean and free of corosion if not the light can be a little sluggish to turn.
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Fit in the same hole as your present bow light
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