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Anton Bauer female D-tap chassis mount?


Michael Desiderio
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Wondering if there is a resource for D-tap receptacles that are meant for chassis/panel mounting (small d-box or panel)

 

I've made due with shoehorning a standard female plug with epoxy and clever cutting in the past but if there is a reasonably priced alternative I'm really interested in that

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I figured it would be a 3D printed project in the end, so you just use a standard female D-tap for that mount and use a through-bolt to hold it in place yeah?

 

Also I was looking more at something similar to your https://mediablackout.net/products/breakerbox which is much smaller . Is that a 3D printed chassis with the connector built in?

 

edit: nevermind read that its milled aluminum, so what do you use for the female d-tap?

 

 

I've actually designed one for use at my shop. I print them from my own 3D printer. It mounts in a 1" hole with #4 screws.

 

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I use genuine Anton/Bauer female P-Taps for all of my projects that require them. That 3D printed part will fit around the P-Tap.

 

The BreakerBox also uses genuine Anton/Bauer P-Tap contacts and inserts. They're mounted in a milled aluminum enclosure that I designed.

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