You’ve Never Seen Trailer Lights Like This Before

Ten years ago, SailTimer Inc. made the first-ever sailboat wind sensor that could transmit to smartphones/apps. Now we are excited to announce that we are moving some of the same wireless and sensing technology into DOT-approved LED trailer lights for all types of boat trailers, camper trailers, and work trailers.

Trailer lights have hardly changed in 100 years; the wiring is time-consuming to install and not very reliable – a perfect target for wireless innovation. Smart Trailer Lights™ involve no wiring whatsoever (patent pending). Just attach the left and right lights to the back of the trailer, and they’ll flash all turn signals, brake lights and night lights while you are right there. No going back and forth to turn on different switches.

No need to dismantle your vehicle tail lights and wiring. No more disentangling large numbers of wires from there to connect to four wires on a trailer connector or transmitter. No adapter to buy. As we enter the era of electric cars and autonomous navigation, you do not need to connect any wires at all with Smart Trailer Lights.

Rusty Trailer Light


It’s time to stop using unreliable rusty and crusty trailer lights.


You can buy low-cost boat trailer lights, but the quality can be amazingly bad. The example in the photo above was rusty after only two trips down the boat ramp. Time to move trailer lights into the digital and wireless age. Smart Trailer Lights are submersible, with an IP68 rating and no exposed metal at all.

USB Port

Submersible (IP68) on-switch and micro-USB charging socket.


There is a carbon-fiber battery pack inside the left and right lights, with the same type of rechargeable lithium battery cells as in many laptops and electric cars. The replaceable battery pack provides an estimated 30 hours of typical use between charges.

Start your adventure early; instead of 2+ hours trying to get trailer lights wired correctly, you could already be there, enjoying the outdoors.


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