Red. Favored by pilots, sailors, fishermen, and astronomers for the excellent ability to preserve night vision and also for uses of safety, signaling and map reading. Ideal for finding your seat and reading programs in theaters, without disturbing others.


White  White.  All around use. Everything you look at is viewed in full color. The narrow-angle bulb produces an incredibly bright flashlight-style beam.


  Blue. Blue, turquoise, and white are the brightest of the Photon lights. The blue is very bright and excellent for walking around in the woods, trail or no trail. Wide angle


Yellow  Yellow. All around use, flashlight style beam.
beam illuminates everything to the side as well as forward.


  Green. Nearly as bright as the blue, turquoise & white lights. Extremely bright, great for outdoors. Slightly longer battery life. The green light will run up to 20 hours with one 

set of batteries.


  Orange. Similar to yellow and very bright. The orange combines some aspects of both the red and the yellow Photon lights. It doesn't disturb your night vision as much as the yellow, and illuminates things better than the red.


  Turquoise. Extremely bright, clear light. Similar to blue and a lighter color. Appears slightly brighter than blue. Great for walking around at night. Wide angle beam lights up the whole room.


  Violet.  Purple bulbs create a black-light effect, making lighter colors appear bright. Purple bulbs do produce some UV light, which can be harmful if viewed directly.


Specialty Lights


Infrared:  Used by members of the Secret Service, this Photon light creates a powerful infrared beam invisible to the naked eye. Rated at 11mW, this light is more powerful than the average IR illuminator. When used in conjunction with night vision equipment, it will illuminate a large area. This Photon light is ONLY useful when used with night vision equipment or other equipment sensitive to infrared light.


Ultraviolet:  UV light has a variety of specialty applications. 

It can be used to: authenticate money, expose imitation art, identify minerals, follow blood, bacteria and protein trails, authenticate collector glass and stamps, and accelerate curing glue. Medical staff, law enforcement personnel, collectors, cashiers and model builders are the main users of UV lights.