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The Gerbing 12V Panel Mounted Port
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Gerbing 12V Panel Mounted Port

  • For use with Gerbing's coreheat12 products
  • Receiving port for Gerbing's coax power plug
  • Inlcudes: 1 panel mount assembly
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Gerbing 12V Panel Mounted Port 4.6 5 39 39
No more wires Easy install. Used 2 for the dual controller in the fairing and one for my passenger. All mounted in the left side cover. Makes everything clean and easy to reach. Easy install. March 9, 2015
nice little feature It took me a few minutes to install this port. Rather than having a wire hanging, you might as well have it installed and if you forget to hook up the jacket, you can use one free hand to do so. March 5, 2015
awsome product Great product, gave me a great looking install on my can am outlander 500 XT. Easy to install looks great, super fast shipping. This is a must. February 16, 2015
Great for permanent installation If you are installing the Gerbing Permanent Dual Temperature Controller, this is a must have item in my opinion. It really cleans up the install by not having wires laying around, and allowing you to connect up to a permanent plug. January 12, 2015
Necessary for any bike with fairings I own a GoldWing. If I owned a cruiser, chopper, sport bike, or other bike that exists without massive amounts of plastic and storage space like a GoldWing or other touring bike, I wouldn't need this if I had heated gear. But if you have the space install a panel mounted port, it is a must have item. This makes it so easy to plug in and ride. It makes it easier to control and gets in your way less than using the portable controller. if you get the permanent fairing mounted controls, get the panel port like this. December 8, 2014
Panel Mounted Port I got this panel mounting port because the wire for my heated vest was just hanging and I had to tuck it in under the panel and pull it out when needed. This was a pain in the butt with gloves. So the panel plug work like a charm. Easy to use and it looks good. I installed it in a easy spot to reach just under the seat. You don't even know it's there unless you look for it. Highly recommend. November 17, 2014
Easy to use. Just what I needed. Used this product to mount the heated gear connection in the mid-frame air deflectors. Really cleaned up the look with no loose wires hanging out. Easy to install and barely noticeable on the deflector. Works great. November 3, 2014
poor materials used for weather cover - poor service Good stuff, except the weather cover is made of poor quality material and soon deteriorates and breaks off. Though I was promised replacement parts by Gerbing's CEO, they were never delivered though I send many reminders... They are theoretically available from Gerbing at $4.00 each + shipping, which is outrageous... I'd choose another brand... September 26, 2014
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Gerbing 12V Panel Mounted Port
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
"" ": Port for my heated suit. Aug 4, 2015
CHRISTOPHER CRAIG C: This port lets me plug my heated clothing to the motorcycle electrical system which eliminates the need for battery powered heated gear. Jun 20, 2015
O L: Exactly what I needed , without the extra wiring harness that I did not need. Jun 11, 2015
Fred I: so not to have cable hanging off bike when not in use, May 23, 2015
Fannie S: Just what I needed. May 12, 2015
O F: really nice touch for the Gerbing Gear. Very low profile and easy to install. May 6, 2015
joe r: Nice flush mount Mar 22, 2015
Robert W: Low profile, high quality "must have" for plugging in heated gear. Feb 16, 2015
Gerard D: Panel mount design was adequate but I did not use the mount after receipt because I choose not to drill a hole in the fairings. Nov 26, 2014
CANDIE M: Christmas Gift Nov 15, 2014
Robert H: Used before - Love the one-handed convenience. Oct 19, 2014
James Z: A nice piece that looks factory when installed. So convenient for my heated gear. Sep 4, 2014
G R: needed it for new bike and have used them before. Jul 2, 2014
james g: clean installation Jun 21, 2014
John E: Convenience and I don't like loose wires hanging on the bike May 8, 2014
Scott D: I use the heated jacket liner daily for my commute and this makes connecting quick and easy.
It also looks clean.
Feb 6, 2014
DON G: "had this on last bike and it works great so putting this on new bike" Jan 29, 2014
David W: Sounded like a good idea. Jan 15, 2014
Robert Z: Quality neatness price. Dec 29, 2013
N O: I chose this item because I want to eliminate all the wires that hang down Dec 16, 2013
Ralph R: simplicity in installation for my heated gear Nov 11, 2013
Richard J: quality product and need to hook up heated gear Oct 20, 2013
James B: Like the nice clean look of the installation. Oct 15, 2013
William E: Great way to connect and disconnect heated apparel. Oct 12, 2013
Olli T: This is good to have if you are thinking to add a permanent, quick and easy Gerbing power outlet to your bike for example. Sep 24, 2013
A shopper asked: How much clearance is needed to mount this port? Jan 13, 2015
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Howard W: The mount can easily be installed on a heat shield or a side cover. The mount needs about 1 inch clearance behind the area you plan on installing. I fabricated a small piece of angle aluminum to attach to my saddle bag bracket and installed to Gerbing mount for my passenger to connect their heated gear. Looks great and it's easy to access from a seated position. Jan 13, 2015
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Dan W: Been so long since I installed it, but I think it was only about 3/8 to 1/2 on the back side
It's a right angle connection.
Jan 13, 2015
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Thomas G: 3/4" clearance on the back. In a pinch can lessen that to 5/8" by eliminating the thin locknut on the back side. Jan 13, 2015
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dino p: A minimum of 1/2 to 3/4 is a good amount of space behind what ur mounting it on... Jan 13, 2015
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James Z: Very little clearance is required - maybe 3/4 of an inch. Jan 14, 2015
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John L asked: Really curious, will this product work with the coax connection of the Powerlet rapidFIRe Heated Glove Liner Kit?
I'm not really finding an equivalent panel mount port by Powerlet.
Nov 15, 2013
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Daniel B: I've found the Powerlet coax connectors to be interchangeable with Gerbings connectors. Im using the Powerlet Rapidfire dual wireless temp controller with Gerbing's gear and the Gerbing battery connector harness that was already on the bike.
The coax connection appears to be a "standard" connector for Powerlet RapidFIRe, Gerbing, Venture, Warm & Safe, Tourmasters and possibly other brands.
Nov 16, 2013
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Jeff S: I mounted this on my left side and use the curly Q extension cable (looks like a telephone handset cord) and then plug that into the jacket. That gives me room to get off of the bike if I forget to unplug without causing any damage. It still keeps the cords manageable and neat when I'm riding.

Great product and keeps everything clean and very functional.
Nov 16, 2013
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Bruce L: Yes, both brands use same style connectors. I have Gerbings connectors on my bikes and use powerlet jacket w/ Gerbings gloves. Nov 19, 2013
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jim m: JOHN, to use the gerbings power outlet with a powerlet coax you will need an adapter as they are different sizes. Nov 17, 2013
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William T. E: Unknown. I've only used the mount with Gerbing's plugs. Nov 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: This panel-mounted port did not come with installation instructions. What is the purpose of the two rubber bushings? Do both of them need to be used? Where, exactly, do they get installed? Nov 30, 2013
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Joe W: Although I still haven't installed mine yet, the instructions included with my panel mount assembly state that the nylon shoulder washer is used only when mounting the panel mount assembly to a metal panel, to insulate the shaft. Dec 2, 2013
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A S: Joe is correct, the rubber insulators are used when mounted in metal that contacts the battery ground. If not used, the dual heat controller will not allow independent heating of gloves and jacket. Turn one side on and both the jacket and gloves will heat. Dec 29, 2013
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John R: It has been some time since I installed this product. I do not remember if there were 2 rubber bushings. As shown in the photo, there is a "bushing" with the protective plug. If there is a second rubber bushing, put it on the inside. Dec 3, 2013
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Bill V: One of the gaskets mounts on the outside of the fairing as a washer Jan 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: How does the Gerbings port work with the gerbings heat controller? Permanant mount vs portable mount? Dec 6, 2011
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Tiger9650: This panel mount port would be used to connect the portable heat controller. I recommend going with the wireless controller offered by First Gear or powerlet (same units). It will plug right into this port. It works well to get the coiled extension cord to go from the jacket controller to the port. This will give you more range of movement getting on and off bike without unplugging from the port. Mar 12, 2012
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Lukas V.: I'm not entirely sure I understand exactly what you are asking, but I'll take a stab at it.

The Gerbing's port is a coax power port that runs straight from your battery. If you have the permanent mounted heat controller the cable runs from your battery to the control dial mounted somewhere on the bike, and then continues on with a female plug you would then plug your heated gear to. If you have multiple heated pieces, you would need the dual heat controller, at which point you would have two plugs to plug the gear into.

If you have the portable controller the cable runs directly from your battery and ends in a female coax plug (with a fuse box in the cable). You would then plug the portable heat controller in to, say, your jacket, and plug the other end into the bike. If you had a jacket and gloves, you would plug the gloves into the jacket, and the two cables from the jacket (jacket plus gloves) into a dual controller, and then from the controller, one cable would lead to the bike.

Whether you should go with permanent or portable is really a matter of preference. If you want to be able to take your heated gear on other bikes, the portable is helpful. If you don't care, then the permanent might be a little easier because you don't have to find a location to stash the portable controller (on your belt, in a pocket, etc).

I personally have the jacket liner and the gloves, along with portable dual controller and love them.
Dec 7, 2011
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GSownerinDC: I can only speak to the permanent mount heat controller, but it works flawlessly. There is a simple plug connection that directs power from the controller knobs to the ports. If you wanted to put them in entirely separate places (like more than twelve inches from each other) you'd need some extension wiring, but otherwise it is plug and play. Mar 12, 2012
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Richard1: Portable mount was just kinda hanging, wanted nicer mount and better location. Plugs right in no problem Dec 31, 2012
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