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Old 08-01-2011
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need source for 12v cigarette socket with a 22mm diameter)

I have a 5 + 1 switch panel which includes a cigarette lighter socket! See pic here: IMG00372-20110305-1016 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Most cigarette lighters seem to fit a 28mm diameter but mine fits in a 22mm!

Any idea of a source for a replacement with this size?#

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Contact Beta Marine. Or enlarge the hole to 28mm. Looks like you have the room. Or forget the one on the panel and install a stand alone.
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thanks. It is actually not a BM panel - yes there is room but not too keen on drilling. is 22mm not a option do you think?
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This is a late response, but is it possible that your panel wants a powerlet kind of plug? powerlet.com
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It looks like DIN 4165 connector, available from Powerlet and other vendors. Check a BMW motorcycle dealer where they are called BMW power plugs. They are higher current connectors than cigarette-lighter power outlets and have more secure connections. Good stuff.

You can get the connectors from chandleries as a Hella power plug but the motorcycle places are cheaper.
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