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Author Topic: Neutrik NAC3MP-HC 32A pre-punched panels?  (Read 1097 times)

Mike Pyle

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Re: Neutrik NAC3MP-HC 32A pre-punched panels?
« Reply #10 on: December 04, 2017, 11:01:17 am »

If you specify what you need Rapco can punch one out for you.
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Re: Neutrik NAC3MP-HC 32A pre-punched panels?
« Reply #11 on: December 04, 2017, 03:30:27 pm »

I can't seem to find 19" panels for the 32A powercons. Does someone have a source? Looking at the drawing it doesn't look like they will fit the G series cutout. They require 1.2" holes, the G and Ds are around 0.95"....

(I really don't need yet another Greenlee punch!)

Are you trying to remain single space for these?

I normally use middle atlantic FK2 panels.

The 32A powercon looks like it will fit in the ones for the NL8MPRs.


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Re: Neutrik NAC3MP-HC 32A pre-punched panels?
« Reply #12 on: December 05, 2017, 12:41:49 pm »

Thanks for all the replies guys.

Ive changed my plan a bit, instead of modding a steel rack panel, I'm going to use a 2U rack enclosure, it just makes more sense for what Im doing.

Although I still need to punch or drill to make holes, an aluminum front panel - on the enclosure I've targeted - will be easier to work with than steel. The mid-atlantic modular product Franklin posted is along the lines of my idea, just a bit cheaper!

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