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The sunlight stick is 12" long with 18 LED built in an acrylic tube. It has a 27" 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.
This light requires NO inverter!!
Total Reviews: 10 Average Rating:
Not that bright08-01-2014
Reviewer: Derk (1)
Not a very intense form of UV lighting.
Only need one to light up my 800D like the 4th of July01-21-2013
Reviewer: Hypermiler314 (7)
I did have 2 UV cold cathodes, was very dim in my giant 800D case. Just hooked up this thing, it is BRIGHT! I know everyone is saying that but it really is insanely bright
not true UV04-28-2012
Reviewer: mephistophles (4)
I''m using Swiftech hoses, Feser One UV reactive fluid, and Wildfire UV paint for highlights. Cold cathodes set off ALL of these details, with much sensitivity. The sunlight stick, sadly, could not. These things are definitely bright, but the light is tacky and there''s very little to no UV effect. CCFL''s are still the way to go if you want REAL UV...these are reminiscent of those phony blacklights you''d find in a discount gag store when you were a kid.
Reviewer: Fireagle (8)
I bought 2 of these uv sunlight sticks, and 2 of the green sticks in a half-X case. These are MEGA ULTRA bright, they didn''t come dead and don''t have an inverter! Pros: Invertless, long wire, molex, bright, won''t die like a CCFL Cons: These are very directional lights and mainly only light up 1 way and not a whole 360 like a CCFL
Reviewer: LiLxCharlie999 (4)
- This is an excellent product and I highly recommend it. - This light is incredibly bright in all lighting conditions, including broad daylight and has a very long power cable (roughly 26") with the ability to daisy chain additional units. - Lastly, this light does not require an inverter, thus making installation much simper.