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What is the easiest way to get my systems -uv- parts to glow?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by catnipkiller, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. catnipkiller

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    what is the eazyest way to get my systems -uv- parts to glow?
    i just got 3 uv sata cables , tubes and anti kink coils i have cathodes but they don't work. fell free to call me noob.
     
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    Hi,

    Name your thread better...

    You sure that your cathodes are emitting UV ? Maybe you've got just color light cathodes, not UV cathodes ?

    Cheers,
     
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    Uhm, a UV (black-) light? Like a CCFL or something.
     
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    don't know what happen i had a diff name
    :ohwell:
    i don't remember they might just be lights so im sol i need to fine small/cheep uv lights then?
     
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    Cheapest way has to be UV LED strips. These are a dime a dozen and work pretty well. If you already have the cathode setup, but the cathodes aren't UV, then buy UV cathodes?
     
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