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B-2 T7 Drawings and CAD Models [T-Series Datasheet]

CAD drawings are attached to the bottom of this page.  The free online Autodesk Viewer can be used to view these and make measurements among other things.




1.  Mounting holes are sized for #8 panhead screws.
2.  Receptacle holes for plastic DIN rail clip ( TKAD ).
3.  The T7-Pro is depicted above.  The standard T7 does not have a wireless antenna.
4.  Dimensions in inches.
5.  In addition to the above, there are 6 holes on the bottom of the enclosure with screws to hold the enclosure together; these are #4 panhead screws with 5/8in. length.


More Details

See the OEM page for details on connector pin-headers, holes, power supply information, part options, and more.


Common neutral format CAD models are provided below.  Right-click and select the "Save link as..." option to download STEP files. 


On the next version, please consider putting another mounting hole in the case. Perhaps move one or more of the connectors to one of the long edges, and then you can have a hole similar to the ones on the other end of the case.





If the need is to secure the case permanently on both ends, consider the wall-mount 45° slots.  These slots can be used to mount the device at any right angle, upright, sideways etc.  Use two screws spaced 5.75" apart, partially submerged into the wood/drywall/etc.  Then after the device is situated on the slots, just further add a screw(or 2) into the permanent screw mount holes on the end opposite to the comm. edge, this makes the device incredibly secure from all angles.

It would be great to have a 3D model of the OEM board with the holes and main interface connectors. In some ways that is more useful than the enclosure, since the boards are intended to be incorporated into another assembly.

We don't have a 3D model of the OEM version at the moment.  We do provide two 2D drawings of the PCB and with mounting hole locations and and pin locations for the interface connectors.   There is enough information to generate a quick model to meet your needs for the time being.  Have a look at the two PDF drawings listed below the T7 enclosure models.

Thank you for the information. I have already used those in creating a model. However, it would be very helpful to have the locations, shapes, and dimensions of the Ethernet and USB connectors, LEDs, etc., so that they can be matched to a custom enclosure.

We are updating our drawings and will have something up soon.