In order to mount the receiver card, a laser cut plate is needed to align the mounting holes with the extrusions and to keep it from shorting against the aluminum.

You can also craft something by cutting some thin plastic with shears

Use four 4-40 screws and nuts to fasten the receiver card to the laser cut plate.
Once again drop four slim T-nut's (two in each extrusion), line them up with the plate holes, and mount it using M4 screws.
Jumper the 5V power from a nearby panel and screw it into the receiving card's power terminals. Depending on the positioning of the receiver card, you may need to make your own slightly longer power cables so that it'll reach.

This guide was first published on Jul 18, 2013. It was last updated on Jul 18, 2013.

This page (Mounting the Receiver Card) was last updated on Jul 01, 2013.

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