T811 Modulus Kit

am-2926

$3.25

$2.00

The T811 is a two piece system for mounting electronics: The Mount and the Cell. Cells are the base pieces that get bolted directly to your robot. Cells overlap with one another with a built in lip...Read More

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The T811 is a two piece system for mounting electronics: The Mount and the Cell. Cells are the base pieces that get bolted directly to your robot. Cells overlap with one another with a built in lip system to ensure proper alignment and reducing bolting requirements. Mounts are the top pieces that get bolted to your control board hardware. Mounts have pre-made holes and nut retainment notches that make mounting a breeze. 


Each Set Includes:
  • 1 x Cell (attaches to control module)
  • 1 x Mount (attaches to mounting surface)

Note:Mounting Hardware is not included

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3 reviews

  1. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Awesome space saver and robot wire management"

    "I had my doubts about the value the modulus blocks would add to our robot wiring, but our coach wanted them ordered anyway. I'm glad I was proven wrong. They not only save space by allowing for the electronics to be placed neatly near each other without the wires in the way, but they allow for easy removal and replacement of an electronic part without disturbing the other parts next to it. The wires run neatly under the electronics and stay out of the way for easy access to the electronics for troubleshooting, etc."

    B@ from Duluth

  2. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Well done expansion"

    "Adding the extra output makes the roborio much more useful"

    DS from Spotsylvania

  3. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "This makes helps OCD electrical guys"

    "2641 preordered this after seeing it on ChiefDelphi. We got 30 pieces two days ago and already love it. 30 pieces give you a lot of flexibility in terms of how you organize it. The elevated platform keeps it easy to use looking very neat. Pretty cool product from a kid at Penn State. Yay robots!"

    F2 from pittsburgh

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