bahamayellow

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I saw this on marketplace. It was too far and
I didnt have time to grab it otherwise I would have rode up. Get some under counter puck lights from the home center. Mount them on a small wooden strip and drop them in from the top. Many come with a switch and have a dimming feature.
I really like the puck lights and use them in all my cases. They are made by defiant on amazon or eBay. They have a remote control to turn them on and also has 4 color variations. U Can set a timer. They are battery run and the batteries they give u are crap. I bought some good batteries for them and they work great.

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BoostBear

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Bit late to the ideation party...
As other suggest LED makes for a great option. If you wanted one light solution, a LED panel light should do the trick. They come in various configurations, and sizes along with powering options 12v plug n play or hardwired and dimmable. You maybe able to score something comparable off amazon for less, but for the sake of browsing all your options their site is worth checking out.

I believe this would be the largest size panel you could fit inside of your case; they should make 12v plug n play version in this size or smaller
 

Jakeracefox

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Bit late to the ideation party...
As other suggest LED makes for a great option. If you wanted one light solution, a LED panel light should do the trick. They come in various configurations, and sizes along with powering options 12v plug n play or hardwired and dimmable. You maybe able to score something comparable off amazon for less, but for the sake of browsing all your options their site is worth checking out.

I believe this would be the largest size panel you could fit inside of your case; they should make 12v plug n play version in this size or smaller
No not too late I haven’t done anything with it yet. This looks like it would work awesome!!
 

BoostBear

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No not too late I haven’t done anything with it yet. This looks like it would work awesome!!
One suggestion before picking a panel. Determine what the later 3.0/4.0 double wide cases use for bulb wattage or total lumens output, so you can get a panel that is within that range..
I'd opt for light temp between 4000 - 5000k for a nice white light temp.
 

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