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The sunlight stick is 12" long with 18 LED built in an acrylic tube. It has a 27.5" long 22AWG wires with both male and female molex 4pin connectors which can be cut to a two bare wires to fit more applications.
The beauty of this light is its simplicity. No inverter is requires which eliminates the gaudy wires from inside your case.
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Reviewer: USMCGrunt0307 (4)
Bought a pair of these to light my new system build and they''re nice and bright. They have a reflective backing on one side so you dont get blinded if they''re pointing somewhat outside the case and also come with velcro so you can attach them to your case. The reason I knocked it a star though is because of the velcro. It''s too weak to hold light stick horizontally upside down. Once I ran my system under full load the mild heat inside the case (50c-ish) the glue gave out and it came falling down.
Cathodes are dead to me now01-23-2012
Reviewer: josh (11)
I second the previous review. These LED sticks are brighter than cold cathodes, they have longer wires than any cathode I''ve seen, and don''t require a pale blue inverter. If you want on\\off capability, hook them up to a fan controller than can power all the way off.
Never Going Back To Cold Cathodes01-12-2011
Reviewer: Mario (3)
I got this product from here sleeved black. I can honestly say i''m never going back to stupid cold cathodes. After going through 6 pairs of them i gave up, those ridiculous transformers, short cables, and cable extensions that make them half as bright if you use them. This product is super bright (i mean way more bright than i expected and needed) and directional! So if you want less light rotate it 90 degrees when installing, i did so and it worked out perfect. If you are fed up with cold cathodes this is the next step for you, period. Pics of mine can be found on my thread here with my rig: http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-work-logs/878546-coolbreeze-2010-dual-loop-800d-water.html