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Sunbeam Cold Cathode Light
A modder's must!
By Red Squirrel


Switch Installation
To install the switch, this is pretty much your choice. I installed mine where I installed the switch from the fan switch mod in the other article. This is what is nice about this type of switch, it's totally up to you where you put it, and it can fit in many applications, plastic front bays, case panel, you name it! Also, the wires that connect to the switch do come off, they are hard to take off at first, but they do come off and can be put back on, so it will make installation easier. (more like: possible) If you do not have a drill bit big enough for the hole, make a hole as big as you can so you can fit a dremel sanding bit, and use the dremel to finish the hole as big as you need it. Funny smells may occur, use proper ventilation as needed to avoid intoxication and possible death. (not really)

tooltime
Its tool time!
installed switch
Installed switch


Inverter and Light Installation
For the inverter and the cold cathode light, all you need to do is decide where you want it and mount it using the sticky pads. They are velcro so you can remove the cold cathode light and inverter if ever required, which is very good. Also, you can plug in two cold cathode lights in one inverter, so if you bought two, you don't actually need to use both inverters. It is recommended that you keep the spare one anyway just in case you ever need it. Or you can "experiment". From the specifications on the box, this is about 600 volts or something like that, so it's something that can be fun to play with, especially for someone like me.

I don't have a window on my case, but because of the brightness of this light, it still looks very good when closed. The closed picture does not quite justify it as it looks much better.

case opened
Case open
case closed
Case closed


I give this product a 10 out of 10, I honestly cannot find anything negative about this product!

If you would like to purchase this product and can't find a store near you, you can order it from IceTeks services. Chances are you can find it in a US store for cheaper, however, but buying from us will help support this site.

Red Squirrel
Owner, IceTeks.com





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Posted by Red Squirrel on November 11th 2003 (15:16)
QUOTE (Zwolf[SS)
,Nov 14 2003, 12:46 PM]Thanks for the welcome and the reply. Oh, btw dancing bananas scare the bejezus outta me!  em320.gif

lol, we have allot here. But to make you feel better, we have lot of guns too.



gun_ak47.gif dancingbanada.gif bigun2.gif em301.gif hugegun5.gif em313.gif hugegun2.gif dualguns2.gif banana2.gif greenballgun.gif

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Posted by Zwolf[SS] on November 11th 2003 (12:46)
Thanks for the welcome and the reply. Oh, btw dancing bananas scare the bejezus outta me! em320.gif
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Posted by Red Squirrel on November 11th 2003 (20:55)
QUOTE (Zwolf[SS] @ Nov 13 2003, 08:52 PM)
So you installed the switch in a 3.5" bay? I really couldn't tell. Was there any type (noticeably large amount) of heat being radiated from the inverter or tube?

Yep, instealled on the bay. The switch just "clipped" in the hole and is holded tight the way it's made. Then the wires hook up in the back of the switch.

The heat is not too bad. There's a bit of heat, but it does not raise my cpu/mobo temps at all. It problably makes less heat then a network card. laugh.gif

By the way welcome aboard. banana2.gif

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Posted by Zwolf[SS] on November 11th 2003 (20:52)
So you installed the switch in a 3.5" bay? I really couldn't tell. Was there any type (noticeably large amount) of heat being radiated from the inverter or tube?
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