About This File
Crossrail is a railway construction project underway mainly in central London. Its aim is to provide...
Crossrail is a printed adapter for RSP-200-24 or LRP-200-24 power supplies and DRP-03 brackets. It allows the power supply to be mounted securely across the rails (or vertically as it's sometimes called).
The alternate part crossrail_slot is the same mount but with slots to allow 10mm adjustment in either direction
Bill of materials
- 2 x DRP-03 DIN rail power supply plate (Mouser, Digikey, Time, Ebay, powersuppliesonline.co.uk etc). These need to be cut to create one fixed end and one sprung end. I used a chop saw but a hacksaw or grinder would work too. File or deburr the cut edges if needed.
- 8 x M4x6 socket button head screws
- 2 x crossrail.stl or crossrail_slot.stl (or one of each)
For crossrail.stl the DIN rails need to be spaced 120mm apart centre-to-centre (that's a 85mm gap for 35mm rails). crossrail_slot.stl has 10mm adjustment in either direction to allow for different rail spacing (although the rails should still be parallel).
DRP-03 before cutting and in normal use
2 x DRP-03 after cutting
Insert 2 M4x6 screws for power supply and fix to DRP-03
Same for the other DRP-03
Screw to the power supply