Installed LED strip lighting on my Conch27 on Friday:
Couldn't help but notice that the port side is dimmer than starboard.
They're installed in the same position under the gunwale. The rear portion of the port side has wash down plumbing under the gunwale and between the lights and the hull sde. I thought that might be cutting down the light refraction, but the forward portion has no obstructions and is still dimmer. They are all on the same circuit though the two segments under the port side are soldered to the originally connected segments and thus are once/twice removed from the power source. The original light segments on the starboard side both connect to the power leads in the column for the fuel fill midship and eminate forward and aft from there, so they are directly connected to the power source.
Am I losing juice to the subsequent port segments through the soldered connections? When I look directly at the port side lights, they look as bright as the starboard side. They're just not lighting the deck as bright.