This front panel is a beautiful addition for the 6602 "Enigma" control panel board. It is made from 1.5mm thick black-anodized aluminum and is precisely CNC-machined to exactly fit the switches, kn...Read More…
This front panel is a beautiful addition for the 6602 "Enigma" control panel board. It is made from 1.5mm thick black-anodized aluminum and is precisely CNC-machined to exactly fit the switches, knobs and LED on the control panel circuit board.
This panel has three hidden studs in the back to mount the PCB to the panel. The studs include six nuts to hold the PCB in place. The anodizing process on the aluminum plate leaves a permanent low-gloss black surface that is hardened to resist scratches and will never crack or peel like paint. You can apply labels and be assured that they can be removed without taking the finish off underneath. (Brother brand type M works great.)
Four 1/8" holes are in each corner to mount the panel in your project's front surface or enclosure. Even if your hand-made cutouts vary by 1/4", this panel will hide the rough edge and leave the appearance of a professionally made panel.
Note: Does not include the printed circuit assembly shown in the product image. Note: Does not include the two knobs shown in the product image.
-Non-gloss black-anodized aluminum finish
-The hardened anodized finish resists scratches
-Three studs on the rear of the panel hold the circuit board in perfect alignment
-Includes 6 nuts for the studs
-Used with the 6602 "Enigma" and any enclosure
-Overall Height: 3.0" (76.2mm)
-Overall Width: 5.96" (151.39mm)
-Panel Thickness: 1.5mm
-Mounting: Four 1/8" holes in each corner
-Hidden studs: 3.0mm threads, 16mm length.
-Stud nuts: 3.0 mm thread, quantity 6
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