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    Need a 16 pin iso panel connector

    I am after a iso panel connector for my build as the it can be universal but the only thing that comes close are iso to xxx adapters which would mean the cable hangs out the back which would look like a POS
    What I am after is one that I can cut a rectangular hole in the back of the case and screw it in so that it looks like a factory made unit.
    I have googled and still no better of. I also considered finding an old head unit with one already there but they are soldered normally to the main circuit board and dont have mounting screws to fix the to the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberonekiwi View Post
    I am after a iso panel connector for my build as the it can be universal but the only thing that comes close are iso to xxx adapters which would mean the cable hangs out the back which would look like a POS
    What I am after is one that I can cut a rectangular hole in the back of the case and screw it in so that it looks like a factory made unit.
    I have googled and still no better of. I also considered finding an old head unit with one already there but they are soldered normally to the main circuit board and dont have mounting screws to fix the to the case.

    ISO= International Organization for Standardization.

    Not sure what connector you are talking about. Can you post a picture? Or atleast give a model # of a device that uses the connector you are looking for?

    www.digikey.com or www.mouser.com are great places to look btw.

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    This is from Uk eBay it's male to female.
    Is that what your looking for?

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    Almost yes the plug on the right is the connector I am looking for but I need it to be able to mount on a back panel ( rear of carputer ) so it would need to have some way of screwing it on or mounting clips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberonekiwi View Post
    Almost yes the plug on the right is the connector I am looking for but I need it to be able to mount on a back panel ( rear of carputer ) so it would need to have some way of screwing it on or mounting clips.
    What not apoxy it in place?

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    I did consider that but I would also like to be able to remove it if needed, However I could just apoxy some screw brackets onto it

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    What's your intention here? Do you need a specific type of connector or are you trying to build a harness from scratch?

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    My project is going to be an all in one carputer in a double din case so I needed a way of supplying power as well as speakers.

    The goal was to have some sort of universal plug fitted to the rear just like a normal car stereo and I wanted it be flush mounted at the rear.

    After reading some more threads here I think the link to the ebay option is probably the best then apoxy a plastic strip to the top and bottom and use this to screw the connecter to the rear of the case.

    I will start a thread soon about the entire project and my ideas etc etc

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