Low heat output
200,000 hour life (22 years)
Additional female molex power connector
Voltage range 10-14 volts D.C.
Draw: less than 26mA-12volts
Inside The Package
Inside the package contains the Lazer Leds, two pieces of Velcro, and two screws. The Lazer Leds unit itself is a little less than a centimeter in width, approximately 4cm in length and features a chrome finishing. The wire attached is about 32cm, which leaves plenty of slack to put it anywhere in your case. It also has a pass through molex connector, so it will not have to take up a power connection just for itself.
The middle LED emits light in a direct line, while both side LEDs emit light at 45 degree angles, which helps illuminate a larger area.
The installation of the lights is extremely easy. Since the package provides you with the adhesive Velcro, attach one piece of the Velcro to the back of youre Lazer Leds, and then attach the other piece of Velcro to a spot in your computer case. In my machine, I chose to mount the lights to the side of my power supply.
Since the light is so small, it can be mounted pretty much anywhere. It can even be mounted in those smaller cases (such as mine). I highly recommend testing different lighting spots before you apply any sticky Velcro. Connect your Lazer Leds to your power supply, turn your computer on, and then simply move the light around until you find an ideal spot for it. This will save you from having to rip off the adhesive Velcro numerous times, possibly causing it to lose its stick.
As you can see, mounting this modification is extremely easy, no screws, nothing. They did however, provide two screws. I suppose the screws are used for a more permanent solution to mounting the Lazer Leds.