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Sunbeam Dual CCFL Kit Pictorial Review

I actually compared the Sunbeam CCFL with a blue Cooler Master CCFL. Unfortunately, the photos I took do not tell the real story, so I've decided to skip them.

The CoolerMaster CCFL appeared to be brighter than a single Sunbeam CCFL, but its colour is lighter than the Sunbeam CCFL. It actually looks close to cyan. The Sunbeam CCFL, on the other hand, has a darker and purer blue colour.

It is a matter of personal taste, as to which colour is nicer. But I personally prefer the colour of the Sunbeam CCFL to the CoolerMaster CCFL.

Overall, this is a nice CCFL kit. The two CCLF tubes are easy to install, and Sunbeam even provides velcro stickers for easy removal and customization. In addition, if you prefer a purer blue glow, then this would be a good kit to consider.

For more details, read our Pictorial Review!

MSRP

• NA

Lowest PriceGrabber Price

(Single CCFL)

Review

Pictorial Review

Models

• CCK-30-UV (Ultraviolet)
• CCK-30-R (Red)
• CCK-30-G (Green)
• CCK-30-B (Blue)
• CCK-30-Y (Yellow)
• CCK-30-BG (Blue-Green)
• CCK-30-BR (Blue-Red)

• CCK-30-RGB (Red-Green-Blue)
• CCK-30-W (White)

Tube Diameter

• 3.0 mm

Tube Length

• 300 mm

Inverter's Input Voltage

• 12 V

Inverter's Output Voltage

680 V

Current Draw

5.0 mA

Brightness

28,000 to 30,000 cd/m2

Lifetime

• 30,000 hours

Package Contents

• Two CCFLs
• One PCI back plate with switch
• One 12V inverter
• Velcro tapes for the inverter and tube end
• One screw for the PCI back plate

 

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In this new system, we start with a Product Overview whenever a company sends us a press release about their latest product. We shift through extraneous PR-talk to create a straightforward summary of the product's features as well as its specifications. This allows you to quickly find out all the pertinent details about the product, without reading through official press releases.

When we receive the product for review, we will quickly take photos of it and create a Pictorial Review. The purpose of a pictorial review is to allow you, the reader, to quickly examine the product visually. It may help you make better purchase decisions, especially if you cannot wait for the full review.

After thorough testing, we will post a Comprehensive Review of the product. This adds on to the pictorial review with comprehensive test results and our final conclusion on the product.

But no matter whether you are reading a Pictorial Review or a Comprehensive Review, you can always read the summary of the review as well as examine the product's specifications right on the first page. In all our new reviews, we will maintain the first page as a Product Overview page. If the product is listed in PriceGrabber, you can also check out the lowest price online.

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