Your CosmoGlo light was originally designed to be used over a flat bed, with the flat metal base underneath and directly below your halo. However, this does not mean it can't be positioned effectively in other scenarios when used over recliners or chairs, for example!
Our industry is creative, so explore different options for height, position of base, and location as needed. We've listed some information on the physics and science behind CosmoGlo to best advise you for this purpose.
Extending the light higher than intended can cause the light to swing on its own or have a slight lean from the halo. This is due to the halo being top-heavy and needing more length inside the telescoping poles for proper balance.
To avoid excess swinging or slanting, you can lower your light adjustment, tighten the top connectors using your shoulder for leverage, and retightening the base screws.
If you want the height taller you can try to counterbalance the light by placing something under the base (the end away from the pole) to help balance the light. Home Depot has a great selection of affordable wood planks that can be custom cut and sized to fit your needs.
The following video shows you how to adjust your light, as there are three required steps to complete setup in your space:
- Ensure your light is at the lowest height possible for your treatment bed.
- Use shoulder to lift + fully tighten the halo connection.
- Tighten base screws again to complete set up.
The following video explains how your light will function better in the C position vs the Z position.
When adjusting the height of your light, remember to lift the base to allow your cord room to move freely during adjustment. See the video below.
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