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COMPUTER CASES

Sunbeam Eye Candy
By: CPUUK
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    2003-10-09

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    Sunbeam is a new company that has invested Research and Development resources in optoelectronics technology. This has led them to produce a range of products based on cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL). Today we test the fans fitted CCFL technology.

    Manufacturers:

    Sunbeam
    Product:CCFL & Accessories

    Availability:

    In stores and online now

    Reviewed By:

    CPU UK

    Edited By:

    Mack "SPeeD"

     

    Introduction
    Sunbeam is a new company that has invested Research and Development resources in optoelectronics technology. This has led them to produce a range of products based on cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL). Today we test the fans fitted CCFL technology.

     


    First Impressions
    The small box I receive belied it numerous contents, inside was a mini cornucopia of delights! Inside was a couple of colored luminescent fans, voltage inverters (needed to crank the CC up), sound activation modules and two types of remote switch, as well as some other items that I'll talk about in a later review.

     

    CCFL blue & variable light controller

     

     

    CCFL yellow & light controller (rear mounted switch)

     

     

    The packaging was simple but of stout construction, although some of the phrasing on the outside left us slightly amused, as the translation hadn't been 100% successful. Instructions were very minimal indeed, although once you open the cables out, it becomes fairly obvious were everything is suppose to be plugged in.

    The fans themselves come with all the necessary cables, an inverter (the inverter can support 2x CCFLs) plus sticky Velcro and screws to aid in the mounting. Additional options to consider at time of purchase are the remote switches which can effect CCFL, and power extender extender cables, should the supplied power cables not reach.


     

    Features

    • Dual inverter for two lamps
    • High Brightness
    • High Reliability
    • Long Lifetime
    • Low Power consumption

     

    Specifications (CCFL)

    • Diameter of Round cold cathode:8cm

       

    • Input voltage:12V

       

    • Output voltage: 620V

       

    • Power consumption: 2.4watts

       

    • Current draw: 0.005A
    • Brightness: 28,000 cd/m2

       

    Specifications (FAN)

    • Bearing Type: Sleeve

       

    • Fan Dimension: 80*80*25mm

       

    • Rated Voltage: 10.2~13.8VDC

       

    • Current Draw: 0.13A

       

    • Power consumption: 1.56WATTS

       

    • Air Flow: 31.73CFM

       

    • Rotation Speed: 2700RPM
    • Noise Level: 28dB(A)

       

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