Hey SRK, I've been trying to figure out this wiring dilemma which has been sitting before me for way too long. I consider myself capable and experienced with electricity and wiring but I'm genuinely stumped on this one. I have a pair of cold-cathode light bulbs I'm going to use in my custom arcade cabinet, they both have their own CCFL (cold-cathode fluorescent lamp) inverter. Now we're talking 12v current here (input listed on the CCFL inverter) but the output section makes no sense to me; it reads "500L~650L". I honestly have no idea what the "L" stands for and I'm confused as to what to wire these babies up to? I'm thinking about this power supply but I'm not certain how to go about wiring it up since I would have 2 of the CCFL's and at least 2-4 fans going to the power supply. Otherwise I figured I would just wire the CCFL inverters to AC adapters but I'm not certain which amperage is correct considering that odd "L" designation. Here is some info about this particular CCFL inverter. Pretty much all of the info I could find about it.
Any suggestions on how to get two of these CCFL inverters wired up (plus some insight on some good 12v fans) would be really appreciated. Trying to get this figured out has put a hamper upon my construction process.