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Take your pick - Radio Shack or WarmnSafe both have them - they are called Coax Panel Jacks and are between $2 and $5.

Technical Specifications: This DC Power Coax Jack Panel Mount is designed for Power use. It allows a direct connection to the new DC Coax Power plugs used in the New Heat-troller. It reduces the end of plug weight and its smaller size allows for fitting in smaller space.

Price: $4.95 Item Number: COAXSocket
http://www.warmnsafe.com/motorcycle_accessories.php

http://www.radioshack.com/product/i...nel+jack&kw=coax+panel+jack&parentPage=search


Size M Panel-mount Coaxial DC Power Jack
$1.99 Model: 274-1563 Catalog #: 274-1563
 

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This works with the standard male connectors that come with the Gerbings?
Yep.

 

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I just installed the Powerlet plug last night. It is the same setup as you see on BMW bikes. The female end is a nice plig with a waterproof lid that is hinged. You connect the end of that plug to your output plug coming from your controller. Then the male plug is coming out of your jacket that plugs right in. I installed mine right under the suspension adjustment panel. Very clean, factory looking look.
 

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One of the problems with the Radio Shack panel jack is the center pin is a little long and it is possible to short out when inserting the plug resulting in a blown fuse or worse yet, blow up your controller. Ask me how I know.
 
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