Solar Ammo Can Faceplate

by admin on June 30, 2018


Laser-cut wood faceplate for building your own Solar Ammo Can.

18 in stock (can be backordered)

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This faceplate is laser-cut 1/8th” thick Baltic Birch for use in building a Solar Ammo Can.
Faceplate is sized to fit a 50 caliber plastic ammo can, commonly available by both mail order and large retailers.
For full directions on building your own, please see SOLAR AMMO CAN.

Product is the laser-cut wood component only. Other components shown in photos are only an example of how the part can be used.
This product now includes TWO rectangular wood spacers. Use one to space up the faceplate from the top of the battery to make room for the battery terminal connections. The other can be mounted vertically on the inside the ammo can to support the faceplate opposite of the battery.

This product includes FREE SHIPPING and ships separate from other items.

Additional information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 9 x 6 x .125 in

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1 Richard Harris July 29, 2018 at 6:40 am

I would like to order another wood panel. But I would like to request if you can, that the 12v output to be a “cigarette lighter hole” instead of the banana plug. The solar input is fine, I would just like to add a 12v litter type for my converter…. Thank in advance and I appreciate ur videos 👍🏼

2 admin July 29, 2018 at 9:51 am

At this time, we are NOT offering custom laser-cutting.
The 4-in-1 quad socket already has a 12V cigarette lighter plug on it. If you would like a second one, the easiest way is probably just to remove one of the other items from the 4-in-1 and replace it with another cigarette lighter plug. Those parts are all standard and interchangeable, so it makes swapping easy.

You could also simply drill your own hole through one of the faceplates. It’s typically a 1 and 1/8″ hole for cigarette lighter plugs.

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