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Nokia Lumia 920 Car Mount V2

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Nokia Lumia 920 Car Mount V2 by GaryJohnson Apr 21, 2013
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This is a holder I made for use in the car, which will hold a Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia wireless charging pad in a slot behind it. The mounting holes are configured for a vehicle-specific mount from proclipusa.com.

This is a second revision based on my first try here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:74303. I loosened up the phone holder area, made a slot for the camera button, rounded more edges, and removed some unnecessary mass.

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This was made in 123D Design (project file attached). Just print, clean up, and mount to a custom vehicle mount or something from proclipusa.com.

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Thanks for this! Had the ProClip for my Zune HD and my Lumia 900... and was dreading having to fork over another $40 for the 920 part. You rock!

how did you wire the charging plate to work in your car?

I haven't done this yet, but the charging plate runs off of 12V, so I'm just going to wire off of a fuse tap (such as http://amzn.to/16OpAy6)http://amzn.to/16OpAy6), which will provide 12V from the car.

ah. I just picked up at lumia and was looking at how to set up the wireless charger in my car. I assume you saw the same vid that i did then

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