Mounting the PRL-760C Power Supply

To mount the PRL-760C* to a flat surface, use mounting kit 60900001, which includes:

The PRL-760C has two plastic shells, top and bottom, held together via 4 self-tapping screws:

PRL-760C, top-view, as-shipped.

PRL-760C, bottom-view, as-shipped.

Drill 4 holes in your mounting plate, to match the position of these 4 screws, using this drawing as a guide.

Remove the 4 screws from the underside of the unit, using a Philips-head screwdriver.

PRL-760C, Disassembled

It is not necessary, or recommended, to separate the shells, but the disassembled unit is shown above, to show the molded plastic posts in the upper shell into which the screws insert.


PRL-760C, Bottom View, with one original screw replaced

Use the 4 new screws and washers from kit #60900001 to secure the PRL-760C to your plate. The screws should be inserted through the washer, then through the plate, and then into the body of the PRL-760C, where they will thread into the molded posts in the upper shell. An assembly drawing will be posted to this page, shortly.


* The PRL-760C is supplied with any of the following part numbers, but the AC/DC adapter unit is the same, and the same mounting instructions apply:

  • PRL-760C4, the AC/DC adapter unit, as pictured above, with the hard-wired 2-prong US plug, and no modular DC power cables. The marking on the unit reads "PRL-760C4"
  • PRL-760C-120: the AC/DC adapter unit, as pictured above, with the hard-wired 2-print US plug and 4 modular DC power cables, PRL p/n 88000102-4. The slider switch will be switched for 120 VAC input, but can be manually switched to 220 VAC at any time.
  • PRL-760C-220: the AC/DC adapter unit, as pictured above, with the hard-wired 2-print US plug and 4 DC modularpower cables, PRL p/n 88000102-4. The slider switch will be switched for 220 VAC input, but can be manually switched to 120 VAC at any time.
  • The AC/DC adapter is also bundled, by default, with all PRL products that require a power supply, e.g. PRL-414B, unless that product is specified without a power supply via the "-OEM" suffix, e.g. PRL-414B-OEM.