Power Cable for DLink Or OpenMesh Radio

am-3082

$4.00

This is 5 foot long, easy-to-use cable with an easy to use connector (am-2922) designed to fit into the OpenMesh Radio (am-3277) DLink Radio (am-0839_refurb) and also our Ethernet Microcontroller (...Read More

Product Overview

This is 5 foot long, easy-to-use cable with an easy to use connector (am-2922) designed to fit into the OpenMesh Radio (am-3277) DLink Radio (am-0839_refurb) and also our Ethernet Microcontroller (am-2287).

The OpenMesh Radio does not come with a power cable, this one fits perfectly and is easy to cut to the right length with screw terminals to insure a secure connection.

Each DLink Radio does have it's own cable, but it is set up to get power from a 120Vac wall outlet. Since most robots use 12Vdc, this wall cable usually gets cut by the user and then the power converter is trashed. This cable we are providing saves the wall converter power cable for future non-robotic use of this DLink Rado.

This product gives the user 5 foot of bonded, 18 gauge wire so that remote location of their robot radio is easy to accomplish. These two items are shipped UNASSEMBLED, but it is easy to use a small screwdriver for wire termination on the provided connector.

Items included:
  • 18 gauge bonded wire, red and black, 5 feet long
  • 2.1 x 5.5mm DC Power Male Jack Connector with Screw Terminals (am-2922)

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    Decent AP - Don't forget power!

    AP used for FRC 2017 (Steamworks) after we fried the first one (24v=bad). Anyways, make sure you remember your power adaptor/pigtail if you need one!

  4. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Will be used for FRC2014 cRIO2 bench system

    Thanks for still offering last year's products. With new students and mentors we will be prototyping this year with last year's FRC2014 control system.

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