By now you’ve probably seen the Streamline Lightbox, the sleek, stylish light box from Amazon.com that is designed to blend into your office.
While it’s a neat idea, the Streamlights light boxes are not the best choice for a lightbox for work because they’re expensive and they don’t fit snugly in your desk.
Instead, you can purchase the Stream Lightbox with an angled, wall mount lightbox.
But, for the most part, this isn’t necessary.
For most office environments, a large wall lightbox will work fine.
For more space-saving, and for the cost of a small lightbox, you might want to consider a smaller wall mount model.
The lightbox model we’re considering here is the Streamlite.
It’s the same basic design as the StreamLightbox, but it has a unique feature: it’s mounted to a wall.
Unlike the Streamlines, this model doesn’t need to be attached to a light fixture or wall mount.
The Streamlite also comes with a stand that lets you use it with standard wall mounted fixtures and wall mount wall mounted light boxes.
The stand attaches to the wall and provides a solid base for the lightbox to rest on.
If you’re going to use it for more than just a light box, you should look into a wall mount Lightbox to take advantage of its features.
The Wall Mount Lightbox We’ve previously discussed how to attach a wall mounted Lightbox using a wall stand, and we’ll walk through how to install the same system with the Wall Mount.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get a Wall Mount to work with your new wall mounted lights.
To install the Wall mount, simply follow these steps.
Unscrew the back of the light box and lift the plastic lid.
Remove the two screws that secure the light-box to the bottom of the wall.
Remove two screws holding the light unit to the front of the lighting cabinet.
Remove a screw securing the top of the front door to the light assembly.
To attach the light to the door, simply turn the door clockwise 90 degrees.
Slide the top door latch open.
Slide a screw into the center of the door latch to release the latch.
This is the front side of the unit.
Slide another screw into one of the corners of the plastic box.
This will slide down the middle of the box and attach the front light unit.
Once the screws are all secured, slide the front latch back into place.
Slide back the front lights into place using the screws.
To disconnect the front unit, simply remove the front and rear screws from the top and bottom of each light box.
To connect the light boxes, connect the two wires that connect the top front and bottom lights to the outlet port on the back.
Note: This tutorial only applies to the Wall mounted Lightboxes.
For a more permanent solution, you’ll need to add a piece of glass to the top-facing edge of each box.
When the lightboxes are attached, connect a wire to each of the two wire connectors.
The outlet port will look like this: Step 9.
Tighten the screw securing each of these two connectors.
Attach the two lights to your wall and attach them to the back door.
The front door will slide back down to its original position and you can see how the wall mount attaches to a small wall mount box.
Note that you won’t be able to use the front-facing LED for any of these lights, because they’ll need a new outlet port.
If your office has an outlet port, you may need to attach additional wire to the box.
Tightens the screw that attaches the front end of the Lightbox back to the opening.
Slide each of four screw-nuts through the front opening.
To tighten the screws, turn the screws clockwise 180 degrees.
The back of each screw is slightly thicker than the front one.
Slide two screws through the rear opening.
These two screws attach to the side of each wall mounting unit.
Note the way the two screw-nut heads are set.
This creates a small gap in the back and side walls of the walls.
The two screw heads can be tightened by holding the front or rear of the units together with a screwdriver.
The top of each unit will slide out to allow for easy installation.
The rear door will still have to be installed in order to access the light, but we won’t show you that in this tutorial.