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Fitting of connector

We are using Winsystem's SBC whch has hd58a7- hubbel hd- network connector -rj -45(f)(cat 5) - We want to fit this connector on back side of our cart -which is metal or other material-Guide us -how can we fit it on cart so,connector remains in locking position.We can fit RJ 45 cable( male connector) from outside to this connector.

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Re: fitting of connector

You will need to fabricate your solution. There is an enclosure for the HD58A7. This is a discontinued item but you can find the parts on line if nowhere else. You can get a single box or double box enclosure. There is also a faceplate. Once you have this item or items you can decide how you will attach them to the cart. I have seen people just use tie wraps you could build a box and use the faceplate on the box. I can't see your cart, so I can't tell you what I would do. Tie wraps are fast and easy if there is some way to attach them to the cart.

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