|-- Take a Closer Look
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Here you can see the acrylic tube and where the acrylic cube ends.
If you look closely you will see the white stripes on the acrylic
tube. The stripes are a Sunbeam feature in all of their CCFL's and
they slightly brighten the CCFL. On the single color CCFL's, the
stripes indicate the color of the lamp.
Here is a close-up of the CCFL showing both wires
exiting from one end. In this case, the wires are connected to the
red end (the CCFL is redder than it looks, it is washed out from the
Sunbeam gives you plenty of length to setup your
CCFL just about anywhere in any case. The wires from the CCFL to the
inverter are 8 inches long, there is 20 inches from the inverter to
the switch, and the power connector is both 20 inches from the
inverter and the switch.
Sunbeam does a nice job with the switch install.
They use female disconnects to attach to the switch, which means if
you want to use a different switch you can just unplug the wires and
plug it into something else.
This is the dual inverter that comes with all
Sunbeam CCFL's pictured below. It's pretty much like other inverters
except that you can plug 2 CCFL's tubes into it. The inverter is 7cm
long and 2.5 cm wide and approximately 1.5cm high and comes with a
Velcro wrap to protect from shocks, but is easily taken off to get
to the CCFL and power plugs.