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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    Ok, If I want the stuff in my case to be a blue UV, do I have to buy a blue UV cathode? or just a regular uv cathode like this work?

    Can I just buy blue UV paint and spray it on all my fans and stuff...or will the LEDs in the fans mess it up...and is there ne way to disable the leds?

    I want to eventually get a completly clear case and make alot of shit uv...buy a uv power supply mod..make it blue uv most of it..maybe some red too...this will be in the future tho..this is just cuz..well im bored and wana know
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    buy the light try and fit it, if it dont work send it back.

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    This kit includes everything you need for a complete lighting solution. We include a Molex connector with power splitter, boxed inverter, and acrylic encased cold cathode.
    i guess it has everything, if not demand they return it.

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    Okay ultrviolet light natrally glows a purple like blue colour for it to glow conventional blue you will need a one that specifically glows blue, this doesnt have to be ultra violet and can be just cold cathod.

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    You don't want a real UV light, it could potentially kill you. What you want is a normal blue light, emitting light in the blue wavelength region of the visible EM spectrum.
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    As soon as you touch this limit, something happens and you suddenly can go a little bit further.
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    Originally posted by 4th gen@10 March 2004 - 17:50
    You don't want a real UV light, it could potentially kill you. What you want is a normal blue light, emitting light in the blue wavelength region of the visible EM spectrum.
    I do belive UV is the only wave length capable of that, also it can only kill you with prolonged exposure and all you will get is cancer, also in terms of radio waves it one of few parts of the spectrum that will not cause radiation damage to your electronics.

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    Holy shit..what now? lol

    I just want stuff to be UV. I dont want a blue glow..I just want the cables and fans and molex connectors and stuff to be a blue uv...I can buy blue uv parts and stuff...but what kind of cathode do I need to make it glow that nice uv glow?

    Like these connectors...
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    ohh right emm... I would imagine a standed cold cathode one, unless there is a one specified somwhere.

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    So the one I listed above would work fine then right?
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    Yes i belive it would

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