This connector is mounted on the front of a lid. The spring-loaded stud is pressed and locked with the clip. Now the lid can be clicked with the protruding studs conveniently into the plates 87987 that were installed in the sides of the case. Releasing the clip locks the lid into the side of the case.
In combination with a rack table leg set, this makes it possible to mount a flight case lid on the side of a flight case and use it as a table.
The special shape of the plate ensures that the lid cannot be released accidentally.
A rack (usually an effects rack standing next to or near to a mixing desk) has a removable front lid. The lid of the rack is to be used as a table top which can be set up next to the rack. A pair of folding legs are fitted inside the lid and a pair of 87988 studs to the opposite edge of the lid from the inside. Two round holes are made in the side of the rack and two 87987 mounting plates are fitted from the inside. The lid studs can now be clicked into the side of the rack. The studs will not release from the mounting plates without first being depressed.
Case Coupling System comprising recessed cups, which are mounted from the inside into the case wall and an adjustable strap with coupling hooks. A flexible system for strapping cases together when stacking or horizontally. Zinc plated steel parts and black nylon webbing strap.