Detachable Cossack top / light pad

The instructions for making a detachable top for your Cossack are close to being finalised.

The top, as with the Cossack itself, has a frame made from plastic-coated mesh.

It uses gel-covered 12V DC LED strip. The gel covering is really important because it allows the top to be used directly on the skin. If you get the non-gel-covered LEDS then your skin will be scratched and the LEDs will be uncomfortably hot.

Here’s the top resting on Michael’s sore hand. Note the gel-covered LEDS.

And here it is with the lights on.

The last photo shows the Cossack and its top shining together.

I’ll be posting the detailed instructions very soon.

Author: RedlightsontheBrain

Redlightsonthebrain is written by Catherine Hamilton, a retired doctor on behalf of Light Ahead Inc, a Tasmanian-based not-for-profit organisation. Light Ahead Inc aims to help people to learn about neurogenerative diseases and the practical, safe and scientifically-based things that may be able to help. Part of this is to provide low-cost access to red light devices, hence the DIY instructions on this blog. All sales of the Coronet red light device support the work of Light Ahead Inc.

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