How-to the next generation , still less than perfect: By someguy
Use a 3/4" knockout punch, put the powerpoles together, put this bracket around them , drop it in the hole from the punch and drill the screw mounting holes.
A 2x2 block of connectors is ~0,90" corner to corner.
A 3/4 knockout is 1 3/16
And 3/4 conduit has a nominal id of about 7/8, so it would be a little small to fit the 2x2 block of powerpoles.
your idea is great in concept, we need to knock on anderson for the it, looks like a 1 1/4 pipe size would work well.
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Wrong solution. Here's the right one... By Sparkletron
Drilling and punching clean round holes is easy. Rectangular holes? Not so easy. Why not offer a Powerpole "keystone" designed to be mounted in a round hole? What size? How about the common half-inch conduit size used by Greenlee punches and the entire electrical industry? Heck, even my grocery store sells jboxes and wall plates with half-inch knockouts. Forget the cliche; putting a square peg in a round hole is the only way to go.
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