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Industrial style metal USB connector 1/2" ips screw panel mount charging port + DC transformer

Regular price $21.57
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 Metal screw 1/2" ips USB connector, industrial front panel mount USB charger port. Featuring a hex design that is both robust and attractive.

Incorporate this nifty 2.0 USB port into all your handmade industrial lamps and/or pipe shelving. Fits your standard 1/2" ips thread.
From the pictures, you can see how perfectly it will blend into industrial style applications and parts.

Compatible with Iphone/Android cellphones, tablets, mobile, gaming and more.

This robust sleek design is custom made by MillerLights and therefore you'll find it sold only in our MillerLights store.

Details:

  • Front mounting into your device
  • Requires DC power supply transformer 
  • Easy connect female locking Molex connector
  • 6" connecting cable 28 AWG wire
  • Ships worldwide from Huntington Beach, California
Manufacturer: MillerLights
Housing: Circular metal construction
USB Standard: Female Type A USB 2.0
Mounting Type: Metal screw 1/2"ips front panel mount
Panel hole size: 0.840"

 DC Power Supply Transformer: 

  • Class 2 power supply 2"3/8 x 1"5/8 
  • 100V-240V 50/60Hz Input
  • 5Vdc 200mA  10W Output
  • Quick connect supply wires 

Happy Lighting!

Handmade in America - by Miller Lights

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  • So I just bought this and received it today thank you! So how do you suggest I connect this? I am making an industrial lamp with this USB port. I would like to tie it in with the light cord, not sure if I can or not. I am using a pull string for the light so I have constant hot feed on the cord if I choose to do this. Any suggestions

    To use this USB port you will need to connect it to a DC power supply. The one I use in my lamps gives an output of 5vdc 10w. Than I connect the power supply directly to the hot feed before the lamp switch, that way the charger still charges when the light is turn off.