Field Charging Plates - Kit or No Kit? What is the difference?

Field Charging Plates - Kit or No Kit? What is the difference?

Our field charging plate kits are designed to make the process of building your own remote field charger a breeze, by taking the design and manufacturing of the deck plate and required mounting brackets under our wing. This way, you just need to assemble it on your end. We try our best to keep these plates at an affordable price to save you time and energy.

We offer our plates in two forms:


Option 1: Just the deck plate and brackets/hardware:


This comes as just the deck plate, required brackets to attach your charger to the plate, and all the required fasteners to attach the brackets and other accessories to the plate. This allows the customer to build their box at the cheapest price, if they have some of the components laying around already.

What is included in just the deck plate:
 - Deck Plate
 - Brackets to Hold Charger and Balance Board to Deck Plate
 - Stainless Hardware to Finish Kit Build

 

Option 2: KIT form:

Our KIT version of our kit includes almost everything to complete your build. We     make sure we have all the parts on hand, and have the proper components to make your build as easy as possible. We add a small upcharge for the labor to sort and store all the components, so just the plate could be a savings if you already have most of the components laying around.

What Is Included in a KIT?:
 - Deck Plate
 - Brackets to Hold Charger and Balance Board to Deck Plate
 - Stainless Hardware to Finish Kit Build
 - Female Banana Jacks/XT60 (depending on selected options)
 - USB Port (if option is selected)
 - Balance Boards (if required)

 - Cooling Fan
 - IEC Plug, can come with optional switch
 - DPDT Switch (if option is purchased)
 - Voltage Regulator


Not Included in KIT:
 - Power Supply
 - Charger
 - Hard Case
 - Wiring
 - Terminals and Connectors
 - XT60 Connectors
 - Banana/4mm Bullet Plugs


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