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-- AZZO Computers CCFL Kits
-- Price: ~ Dual kit: $39.99 (Single OEM kit: $25.99) USD
-- 7.26.2002
-- By: brutal
-- Page: 1 2 3 4

The single CCFL from AZZO is very similar to the dual setup. They share the same acrylic tubes, the same rubber ends, and the CCFLs are setup with long wires so you can have both wires from the CCFL on one end. Even though there are many similarities there are a few differences, namely split loom isn't an option when purchasing which leaves a lot of loose wires that you need to manage. Speaking of which let's see how they compare.

You can definitely see the difference some split loom can make in your case, keeping everything neat. The lengths of the wire in an OEM kit are the same as the non-OEM kit. 10 inches from CCFL to inverter, the switch is 22 inches from the inverter, and the y-splitter is 11 inches from the switch.

AZZO included the default push button with this kit so you can see both push button switches. Also in the picture is the y-splitter which is rolled up so I don't have a bunch of wires lying around.

Here is the single 2.5 inch inverter, which is also wrapped in a thick rubber heat shrink to protect from shocks. Additionally, both inverters are 2cm wide and approximately 15mm tall.

I just want to emphasize again, that there is no difference in the CCFL and the way it is packaged in the OEM version. Here is the blue OEM version so you can look at the acrylic tubing and the rubber ends.

Here is the same CCFL as above. You can see the solid and consistent color of the blue.

Here I installed the Blue CCFL in my case. I have blue rounded cables and white spiral wrap so you can see how the light looks on different backgrounds.

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